Seaplanes to Carry Passengers Between Sausalito and Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

Seaplane lovers and traffic haters now have a better way to get to Lake Tahoe from the Bay.

Chances are, if you are seeing this you are a lover of seaplanes, or maybe you are just looking for a better way to get around than sitting in traffic. Either way, thanks to Seaplane Adventures in Sausalito, California, you can now take a float plane to Lake Tahoe in just an hour and 15 minutes.

Take a look at a report from CBS SF Bay Area below about the new offer.

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According to CBS SF Bay Area the route is the newest by Seaplane Adventures, owned by pilot Aaron Singer, and that the fares for the flight will start at $125 each way. There’s no word yet on exactly when the new route will start but we know we’re looking forward to some more positive seaplane exposure.

2 Comments on "Seaplanes to Carry Passengers Between Sausalito and Lake Tahoe"

  1. Kathryn Esquivel | July 2, 2017 at 12:50 am |

    This sounds lovely and romantic until you realize that Seaplane adventures operates in a very small bay full of houseboats homes and condominiums. It is used recreationally to kayak and paddleboard. The area is home to sea lions, egrets, pelicans, ducks and osprey. What began decades ago as a small tourism business with ONE 4-seater plane has now turned into a huge business with three planes, including larger 8 seater planes which make a horrendous noise. There are days when planes are taking off and landing every half hour. Neighbors in the area have tried meeting with Mr. Singer, but he insists he has no limitations. In his words, “this is a business and I plan to increase business as much as I can. After all, I have to pay my kids college tuition to an Ivy League school” . We are now organizing our protests and have a meeting with the County Planning Department. I know this sounds like fun and may seem convenient, but please consider how this is affecting the tranquility of a beautiful area .

  2. paula todd | June 15, 2017 at 7:08 pm |

    This is music to my ears

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