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Sports Illustrated


December 2005

…gift for sports fan…

SF Weekly


Best of 2005

… everyone knows that the best means to see the sun drop out of sight is to gaze out over the ocean and admire the reflection on the water…

U.S. New & World


Ins & Outs: San Francisco

June 25, 2005

… since the city is only 49 square miles, a car isn’t necessary. In fact, there are lots of fun, nondriving ways to see the city…

Travel + Leisure


50 Great American Adventures

April 2005

… unique views of the Bay Bridge and Treasure Island…

US Airways inflight magazine



Sporting: Night Moves

Mar 2005

Kayaking after dark on san francisco bay proves to be more than a pleasant evening out…

San Francisco Bay Guardian


Best of the Bay 2004, Outdoors

…the effervescent bay water hugging the edges of the city, with its jagged, alluring profile.

American Airline inflight magazine


Two if by Sea, October 2004

…paddling the bay is like seeing a famous postcard from the water…

Outside Magazine


Paddle to… SBC Park, September 2004

…Hot dogs are up to you.

The New York Times


Barry Bonds Floats Their Boats…, 

September 6, 2004

…McCovey Cove… is the home to the most loyal fan club that Barry will ever find.

San Francisco Magazine


Best of the Bay Area, July 2004

… skimming under the Bay Bridge for oooh-aaah views of the downtown skiline…

Sunset Magazine


Best of the West

April 2004

…You’ll love the seal’s-eye view of the park…

The Miami Herald


Paddle Me This

February 15, 2004

… From its South Beach location, a number of sights are within a 30-minute paddle…

San Francisco Weekly


Floating into the Netherworld

February 11, 2004

… it looks like a backdrop for a Broadway musical…

The New York Times


For the Sports-minded, Sight Seeing on the Bay

January 18, 2004

…makes it easier for sporty visitors to explore the city’s shoreline by kayak…