Ride Golden Gate Ferry from Larkspur to Chase Center for concerts and Warriors home games in 2019!
Golden Gate Ferry plans to offer service from Larkspur to Chase Center in San Francisco for concerts and Golden State Warriors home games. Once construction of the Pier 48 dock is complete, a list of concerts and games served by Golden Gate Ferry will be provided. Construction is expected to be complete this fall. It is unlikely the dock will be ready for the first several events at Chase Center.
FAQs Regarding Chase Center Ferry Service
When can I buy ferry tickets to Chase Center?
Golden Gate Ferry will begin selling tickets once construction on the dock is complete and we establish what events we will serve.
How can I buy Larkspur ferry tickets to Chase Center?
Golden Gate Ferry is still determining how and where tickets will be sold.
How much will the Larkspur to Chase Center ferry cost?
- $14.00 each way, per person
- Children 4 & under FREE w/ registration (limit 2 per fare-paying adult).
How long does the Chase Center Ferry take?
The ferry will take sixty minutes between Larkspur Ferry Terminal and Chase Center. The boat will dock at Pier 48, about a 12-minute walk (.5 mile) to the Chase Center.
Will there be ferry service from other locations?
San Francisco Bay Ferry will offer service from Alameda and Oakland. Please visit this page for information.
Are there other transit options to get from Marin County to Chase Center?
Take Golden Gate Ferry from Larkspur or Sausalito to the San Francisco Ferry Building, then take Muni (free with your Warriors ticket) to Chase Center. Return ferries do not run late enough for return service, so you will need to go to the Salesforce Transit Center and take Golden Gate Transit Route 30, 70, or 101 to return north.
You can also take southbound Golden Gate Transit Routes 30, 70, or 101 to the Salesforce Transit Center, then take Muni to Chase Center.
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