All aboard for a Jack London-themed boat tour on the Carquinez Strait, The Pacific Pearl sets sail(um, motor) on Sunday, June 5, 2022
The Jack London-themed boat tour of the Carquinez Strait is fully booked and we are starting a wait list. If you’d like to be added to the list, please send an email to Aleta George. Don’t send money at this time.
Join author and historian Aleta George and the Jack London Society for an exclusive Jack London-themed boat tour on Sunday, June 5, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The Up Bay tour aboard the Pacific Pearl, a 50-foot Delta Marine charter boat, begins in Vallejo, motors about eight-miles up the Strait to Benicia, and returns to Vallejo.
Jack London is best known for his world adventures, but his training ground, muse, and lifelong love was the San Francisco Bay. He sailed these waters at the turn of the 19th century as a teen wharf rat, pirate, freelancer with the California Fish Patrol, and bestselling author.
The trip will take you on a journey of fact and fiction to geographic locations that serve as touchstones to London’s imagination and experiences, while exploring the cultural diversity of those on the water with him. Aleta George, your guide, is writing a book about Jack London and his lifelong relationship with the San Francisco Bay.
This tour is being presented in partnership with the Jack London Society and in cooperation with the Vallejo Yacht Club, of which London was once a member.
Reserve your spot by sending $85 via PayPal before May 12.* In PayPal send payment to Jay Williams, board president of the Jack London Society, at firstname.lastname@example.org. (If you don’t have a PayPal account, it’s easy to sign up.) You will receive confirmation within a few days.
*The cost of the charter and slip fee is being split evenly among passengers. To ensure that we meet the cost of the charter, we need to reach full capacity (30 people) by May 15, the last day to cancel if we don’t meet the charter cost. (The tour guide and coordinators are volunteering their time and efforts.)
For questions contact Aleta George or call (707) 429-3529.