This web site is outdated and is being renovated and replaced. There is some addtional material available at the following:
Thomas Young
Dan Franco
Mark Ameba
Cal Equipment

We have had some wonderful parties and pictures can be found at:
Ralph Granich Kaboom
Nathan Bennet pirate party
Nathan Bennett Kaboom

aritime Tours of the San Francisco Bay!
Explore San Francisco Bay's aboard a 1936 vintage 120'tugboat on a unique three hour cruise. Arrive by helicopter on our Helo pad, show up to 12 passengers an incrediable cruise on the bay in comfort and style.
Call 415-531-8546
Summer 2003

Alaska's Inside Passage
The fantastic wilderness of Alaska is all within your reach aboard the Robert Gray. Travel through ancient fjords, see whales feeding inside Icy Strait and discover the tiny villages that dot the coastline along the way. Discover Alaska at eye level from the decks of this unique vessel.
Call 415-531-8546
Summer 2004

Robert Gray in Ballard

The Robert Gray, a steel hulled motor vessel, was built for the United States Army Corps of Engineers in 1936. She is 118 feet in length with a beam of 26 feet and a draft of 10 feet. The Gray was specifically constructed for use in Alaska working as a research and surveying vessel. Today she is still chartered by USGS, US Navy and private companies for research or pleasure cruises.

In the summer of 1997, the Gray participated in the festivities of the Klondike Gold Rush Centennial of 1897. Recreating the passage, the Gray led a group of historic tugs for a two month trip through the Inside Passage to Skagway.

The Robert Gray is a meticulously maintained privately owned vessel that meets all Coast Guard requirements for passenger travel. She is well suited for remote adventure travel and is fully self contained and self sufficient. A vessel with a rich history and the comfort of accommodating only
twelve passengers provides an exclusive voyage in the world's oceans and pristine wilderness.


All material that appears on this site is the sole property of Robert Gray and should not be reproduced without written permission. Copyright © 2002. Photography by Zannah Noe, and Hans Brouwer, QTVR by Dan Dion Copyright © 2003 and are used by permission. Site design and maintenance by Velcrow.