Length: 292 feet
Home Port: San Francisco
Seated Meals: 1,050 Guests
Buffet Meals: 1,050 Guests
Cocktails: 1,500 Guests
The San Francisco Belle is an ideal location for large-scale events. Her high ceilings and large open decks could accommodate a 6-piece band, dancing troupe, even stilt-walkers. Casino Tables can be placed anywhere on any of the decks. Specialty items such as henna, airbrush tattoo, caricature artists and cigar rollers may be set-up in multiple locations. The space allowed for tables will depend on guest counts.
Ceremonies take place on the sundeck with a max of 200 seats. Ceremonies may also take place on the interior decks with seating for 266 with the possibility to accommodate more.
The San Francisco Belle is very accessible to wheelchairs and passengers with mobility restrictions as there is a wide, flat boarding ramp. All decks can be accessed via elevator, however the sun deck is only accessible via stairs. The restrooms are wheelchair accessible.
The customer service on board was impeccable. From the moment we walked onto the boat we were greeted by the captain and throughout the cruise our server was very attentive.
– Alexander L
Hornblower Cruises and Events helped us realize that any event you can do on land can also be done on the water. The only difference is my guests will remember those views from the Bay much better then any indoor venue.
– Jenna H
I am with Golden Valley High School in Merced California. We had our prom on the SF Belle last night. It truly was the most amazing experience. I can't even begin to thank everyone in your employment enough for their over accommodating assistance. Unbelievably amazing experience dealing with each and every one of the people I talked with. The second DJ they got for us was fantastic. I'm so glad they got him. He was the hit for the kids for sure. They keep telling me they loved him. I think his last name was Green. Thank you for making this experience one of the best I've ever had. I keep hearing the same from the students & staff that were there.
– Victoria G.