After the tour in Sausalito, you have a few options...
Option A - Take the Ferry back to San Francisco Pier 41 with BLUE & GOLD FLEET
Tickets are $12.50 for adults. $7.50 for child and senior. BUY on ferry.
Below is the WEEKDAYS FERRY TIMES to PIER 41. Schedule good until 4/28/2019
Monday - Friday
12:40pm, 2:30pm, 4:20pm, 5:35pm
Below is the WEEKENDS & HOLIDAYS FERRY TIMES to PIER 41. Schedule good until 4/28/2019
Saturday - Sunday
1:45pm, 2:55pm, 4:55pm, 5:50pm, 7:30pm
Alternatively, you can also take the Golden Gate Ferry to Pier 1. It is a flat 15 minute ride to Fisherman's Wharf. If you do take this ferry, check out the Ferry Building marketplace! Keep in mind that you cannot take E-BIKES on this ferry. BUY tickets BEFORE you board the ferry.
WEEKDAYS from Sausalito (until 3/24/2019)
WEEKENDS & HOLIDAYS from Sausalito (until 3/24/2019)
Option B - Stay and enjoy Sausalito!
If you decide to stay in town, park your bike behind the Bank of America building. If it is full, keep following the parking lot and you will see more bike racks along the way. Alternatively, you can also pay $3 to park in front of the ferry terminal.
Sausalito is expensive, however, there a few places around $10 and under. (I've only been to 2)
1. Sausalito Bakery and Cafe. 571 Bridgeway, Sausalito
2. Venice Pizzeria. 629 Bridgeway, Sausalito
A local recommended me these places
Scomas - nice San Francisco traditional food.
Poggio - Italian. Excellent, but expensive.
Seafood Peddler - Local, reasonable prices.
On CALEDONIA ST, there are a few restaurants: Sushi Ran, French fast food, Arawan Thai.
Option C - Ride to Tiburon or ride back to San Francisco
The ride to Tiburon will take about one hour along the water. It's a beautiful ride if you're up for it. an hour. 9.3 miles / 15 km
There's also a ferry that will take you back to San Francisco. The links below will take you to their website.