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461 Apartments for rent in Sausalito, CA

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The Beach House Apartment
206 Caledonia Street
Sausalito, CA | New Town
Studio
$2,200
315 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,550
600 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 12:20 PM
Great Community @The Beach House Apartments - Welcome Home to The Beach House. We are located on historic Caledonia street.
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5 Units Available
Pier at Sausalito
120 Bulkley Avenue
Sausalito, CA | The Hill
1 Bedroom
$3,155
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 24 at 05:26 AM
Welcome Home to The Pier.
1 Unit Available
416 Bee Street
416 Bee Street
Sausalito, CA | New Town
2 Bedrooms
$3,025
800 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:26 PM
Unrivaled location for easy commute to Sausalito ferry, Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, wine country and all points north, south and east.
1 Unit Available
1915 Bridgeway
1915 Bridgeway
Sausalito, CA | Spring Street Valley
1 Bedroom
$1,800
440 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 12:35 PM
Cozy one bedroom apartment available in Sausalito - Cozy one bedroom top floor apartment available in Sausalito.
1 Unit Available
501 Bridgeway
501 Bridgeway
Sausalito, CA | The Hill
2 Bedrooms
$5,000
1800 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 12:35 PM
501 Bridgeway Available 12/01/20 Historic Victorian home on the Bay in Sausalito, amazing bay and city views, walk across the street to the water! - Built in the late 1890's, this beautiful historic Victorian is one of the gems of Sausalito.
1 Unit Available
148 Buchanan Court
148 Buchanan Court
Sausalito, CA | Nevada Street Valley
3 Bedrooms
$3,800
1332 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 12:35 PM
Spacious Sausalito Unit with Deck and Water Views! - This updated and spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath unit features wood flooring in the living area with sliding door to a view deck which also includes storage closets.
1 Unit Available
209 Hi Vista
209 Hi Vista Road
Sausalito, CA | Old Town-Hurricane Gulch
2 Bedrooms
$4,500
1125 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 12:35 PM
Recently Remodeled 2BR/2Bath Apt w 217 SqFt Large Balcony, Angel Island, Bay Views - Very quiet, private 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Apartment with 217 SqFt large balcony breathtaking views of Angel Island and Richardson Bay from large living room, dining
1 Unit Available
115 Harrison Ave Apt 4
115 Harrison Avenue
Sausalito, CA | The Hill
2 Bedrooms
$4,995
950 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 08:30 AM
Located in the heart of the banana belt in Sausalito is this beautifully updated 2Br/2Ba located on the top floor. There are fabulous views of San Francisco Skyline, Bay Bridge, Alcatraz, Belvedere and Angel Island.
1 Unit Available
311 2ND ST
311 2nd Street
Sausalito, CA | Old Town-Hurricane Gulch
3 Bedrooms
$9,995
2054 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Chic Upscale Downtown Sausalito 3bd/3ba- City Views-FOUNDATION - Preview a custom video walk through of this property: https://youtu.
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9 Units Available
Summit at Sausalito
401 Sherwood Dr
Marin City, CA
1 Bedroom
$2,306
605 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,522
911 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 03:44 PM
Located just minutes from Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Sausalito Marina and the Financial District. Apartments feature air conditioning, patio or balcony, and stainless steel appliances. Community includes parking, sauna and gym.
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3 Units Available
Harbor Point Waterfront Apartments
2 Harbor Point Dr
Strawberry, CA | Strawberry
Studio
$2,525
516 sqft
1 Bedroom
$3,400
806 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 24 at 01:38 PM
**Our leasing team is available to provide virtual support only via phone, email, or Facetime/Skype during business hours. Harbor Point Apartments is a waterfront community located in Mill Valley, California.
1 Unit Available
268 Donahue Street
268 Donahue Street
Marin City, CA
3 Bedrooms
$4,500
1667 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 12:36 PM
SPACIOUS THREE BED / TWO AND HALF BATH END UNIT CONDO - Spacious three bed two and half bath end unit condo located within close proximity to Sausalito and the GG Bridge.
1 Unit Available
34 Flemings Ct
34 Flemings Court
Marin City, CA
3 Bedrooms
$4,500
1553 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
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Results within 5 miles of Sausalito
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2 Units Available
2828 Geary
2828 Geary Blvd
San Francisco, CA | Laurel Heights-Jordan Park
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$2,695
627 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 24 at 04:39 PM
Pet-friendly living in historic community. Hardwood and tile flooring, updated windows, some appliances included. Garage parking. Easy walking distance to shopping, dining, entertainment, local transit. Near schools, parks, UCSF Mount Zion Campus, Kaiser-Permanente Medical Center.
Verified
3 Units Available
1870 PACIFIC
1870 Pacific Ave
San Francisco, CA | Pacific Heights
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$3,195
555 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,795
796 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:39 PM
Gorgeous units have been recently renovated. Washers and dryers in apartments. Hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and walk-in closets. Building welcomes pets. Five minutes to Lafayette Park. Lots of dining mere blocks away.
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13 Units Available
The Cove at Tiburon
50 Barbaree Way
Tiburon, CA | Strawberry
1 Bedroom
$3,370
868 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$5,490
1110 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$6,685
1355 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:39 PM
Breathtaking ocean views from private patio or balcony of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. In-unit laundry, fireplace, hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances. Carport parking with car charging. Yoga and swimming pool on-site.
Verified
4 Units Available
1320-1380 Lombard
1320-1380 Lombard St
San Francisco, CA | Russian Hill
Studio
$2,695
515 sqft
1 Bedroom
$3,295
580 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 24 at 04:39 PM
Just blocks from the San Francisco Bay, within walking distance to shops, restaurants, museums, cafes, art galleries, and more. These recently renovated apartments offer hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and walk-in closets. Near George Sterling Park.
Verified
6 Units Available
2600 Van Ness
2600 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA | Russian Hill
Studio
$2,295
460 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,695
473 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,195
790 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:39 PM
Pet-friendly property surrounded by the Financial District, North Beach, Union Square, and Marina District. These studio and one-bedroom apartments have open floor plans, in-unit laundry, and garbage disposal. Gym, lobby, elevator in building.
Verified
4 Units Available
2500 Van Ness
2500 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA | Russian Hill
1 Bedroom
$2,395
446 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 24 at 04:39 PM
Classic San Francisco-style building on Russian Hill, near public transportation, parks, and coffee shops. One-bedroom units, all with hardwood floors, dishwashers, and ceiling fans. Off-street parking available. Small pets welcome with fee.
Verified
3 Units Available
2955 Van Ness
2955 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA | Marina District
Studio
$2,195
413 sqft
1 Bedroom
$3,195
413 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:39 PM
A modern, pet-friendly apartment complex in San Francisco's ultra trendy Marina District. Close to Aquatic Park and Fort Mason. Rooms have bathtubs, carpets, and hardwood floors. Lobby and garage.
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1 Unit Available
2380 California Street Apartments
2380 California Street
San Francisco, CA | Pacific Heights
1 Bedroom
$3,899
Last updated November 23 at 09:35 PM
San Francisco city living is at its finest when you rent an apartment at 2380 California Street, located in the heart of the Fillmore neighborhood in Pacific Heights. 2380 California Street offers studio and 1 bedroom apartments for rent or lease.
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3 Units Available
1660 BAY
1660 Bay St
San Francisco, CA | Marina District
Studio
$2,795
528 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,995
560 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$4,395
976 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:39 PM
Colonial-style complex with Golden Gate views, close to restaurants, shops and bars in San Francisco's desirable Marina District. In-unit laundry facilities, refrigerators and dishwashers. Lobby, swimming pool and clubhouse.
Verified
3 Units Available
2038 Divisadero
2038 Divisadero St
San Francisco, CA | Pacific Heights
2 Bedrooms
$3,495
885 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 04:39 PM
Quiet Pacific Heights location near Alta Plaza Park and public transportation. Recently-renovated one-bedroom apartments, all with hardwood flooring, air conditioning and in-suite laundry facilities. Off-street parking available. Small pets welcome with fee.
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1 Unit Available
3210 GOUGH
3210 Gough St
San Francisco, CA | Marina District
Studio
$2,395
450 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Last updated November 24 at 04:39 PM
Modern apartments in a timeless building in San Francisco's Marina District, just north of Route 101. In-unit laundry facilities, refrigerator and oven. On-site gym. Close to Fort Mason and Moscone Recreation Center.
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City Guide

Sausalito
"Houses on stilts grow out of the sea / Everything's growin' there, it's growin' for me / You gotta go there, everything grows there / When you get high on a mountain it snows there / Everything's groovy like in a movie / Sausalito is the place to go to." -- "Sausalito (Is The Place To Go)," Ohio Express
"Houses on stilts grow out of the sea / Everything's growin' there, it's growin' for me / You gotta go there, everything grows there / When you get high on a mountain it snows there / Everything's groovy like in a movie / Sausalito is the place to go to." -- "Sausalito (Is The Place To Go)," Ohio Express

Just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, Sausalito is a tight-knit, eight-mile-long community steeped in shipbuilding history. With a population of 7,061 according to the 2010 census, Sausalito has been known over the years as an eclectic artist colony, a summer vacation place and a tourist destination.

Moving to Sausalito

Sure, the town has housing properties of all kinds, but you can't overlook its houseboat community. These aren't your standard houseboats, however. More than 400 houseboats of all sizes and values can be seen docked (some permanently) on the north end of town just a few miles from downtown. If you're looking for places to rent in Sausalito that are practically dripping with character, choose one of the original houseboats that were made from abandoned boats at the end of World War II. Or, you can choose a houseboat on the other end of the financial spectrum -- several have been designed by famous architects and have even been featured in magazines. If you prefer your house to be a little more rooted into the ground, there are plenty of home rentals found throughout the city. Locate a local realtor a few months before your planned move. A local contact can help you navigate the city's sometimes complicated housing regulations and help steer you toward the perfect home for you, whether it's a duplex for rent in Old Town or a luxury downtown rental apartment.

Moving to Sausalito
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Sure, the town has housing properties of all kinds, but you can't overlook its houseboat community. These aren't your standard houseboats, however. More than 400 houseboats of all sizes and values can be seen docked (some permanently) on the north end of town just a few miles from downtown. If you're looking for places to rent in Sausalito that are practically dripping with character, choose one of the original houseboats that were made from abandoned boats at the end of World War II. Or, you can choose a houseboat on the other end of the financial spectrum -- several have been designed by famous architects and have even been featured in magazines. If you prefer your house to be a little more rooted into the ground, there are plenty of home rentals found throughout the city. Locate a local realtor a few months before your planned move. A local contact can help you navigate the city's sometimes complicated housing regulations and help steer you toward the perfect home for you, whether it's a duplex for rent in Old Town or a luxury downtown rental apartment.

Neighborhoods in Sausalito

Sausalito has some distinct areas with their own exciting features -- maybe you'll be the next one! Check out your choices for neighborhoods below.

Old Town: Sausalito began in this area when it was known as "Whaler's Cove." Today, this charming neighborhood on the southern tip of the city lies just blocks from the San Francisco Bay. Dubbed Hurricane Gulch by residents, it features an adorable waterfront that's a perfect spot to stroll and look out onto the water.

Downtown: A few apartments can be found here, but this is where most of the town's restaurants and shops are located. The Ferry Pier is a popular spot as well. Get your grub on at Avatar's Restaurant, which features both Mexican and Indian cuisine (yup, that's a thing!).

Marin City: On the northern edge of town, this area has deep community ties and was settled by the Marinship shipyard workers during WWII.

New Town: Called the soul of Sausalito by residents, this is kind of a hidden gem in town. In addition to the locally-owned boutiques, restaurants and government buildings, the neighborhood has a collection of charming historic homes just blocks away from the waterfront. Rossetti Pizzeria will keep you well fed while you're exploring town.

Marinship: Houseboats are the most abundant housing option here. Marinship has become a sort of artists enclave with writers, filmmakers, artists and even Internet start-ups occupying the work/home houseboats and offices in the area.

The Hill: Just north of Old Town, this neighborhood is logically located on a hill that offers residents great views of Alcatraz, the Bay Bridge and San Francisco. For a price, of course.

Neighborhoods in Sausalito
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Sausalito has some distinct areas with their own exciting features -- maybe you'll be the next one! Check out your choices for neighborhoods below.

Old Town: Sausalito began in this area when it was known as "Whaler's Cove." Today, this charming neighborhood on the southern tip of the city lies just blocks from the San Francisco Bay. Dubbed Hurricane Gulch by residents, it features an adorable waterfront that's a perfect spot to stroll and look out onto the water.

Downtown: A few apartments can be found here, but this is where most of the town's restaurants and shops are located. The Ferry Pier is a popular spot as well. Get your grub on at Avatar's Restaurant, which features both Mexican and Indian cuisine (yup, that's a thing!).

Marin City: On the northern edge of town, this area has deep community ties and was settled by the Marinship shipyard workers during WWII.

New Town: Called the soul of Sausalito by residents, this is kind of a hidden gem in town. In addition to the locally-owned boutiques, restaurants and government buildings, the neighborhood has a collection of charming historic homes just blocks away from the waterfront. Rossetti Pizzeria will keep you well fed while you're exploring town.

Marinship: Houseboats are the most abundant housing option here. Marinship has become a sort of artists enclave with writers, filmmakers, artists and even Internet start-ups occupying the work/home houseboats and offices in the area.

The Hill: Just north of Old Town, this neighborhood is logically located on a hill that offers residents great views of Alcatraz, the Bay Bridge and San Francisco. For a price, of course.

Living in Sausalito

Enjoying the outdoors is the way of life in Sausalito. Do like the locals and enjoy the plethora of public parks and public beaches in town, including Tiffany Beach, Cloud View Park and Vina del Mar Plaza. Head just north of town and walk among the majestic redwoods in the famed Muir Woods, just part of the sprawling Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The GGNRA also includes historic sites such as Alcatraz just across the bay from Sausalito and the Presidio in San Francisco.

Learn about Sausalito's shipbuilding history by visiting the museum at the Spaulding Wooden Boat Center. Learn about the wooden boats and see historic wooden sailing vessels at the working boatyard.

Living in Sausalito
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Enjoying the outdoors is the way of life in Sausalito. Do like the locals and enjoy the plethora of public parks and public beaches in town, including Tiffany Beach, Cloud View Park and Vina del Mar Plaza. Head just north of town and walk among the majestic redwoods in the famed Muir Woods, just part of the sprawling Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The GGNRA also includes historic sites such as Alcatraz just across the bay from Sausalito and the Presidio in San Francisco.

Learn about Sausalito's shipbuilding history by visiting the museum at the Spaulding Wooden Boat Center. Learn about the wooden boats and see historic wooden sailing vessels at the working boatyard.

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City Guide

Sausalito
"Houses on stilts grow out of the sea / Everything's growin' there, it's growin' for me / You gotta go there, everything grows there / When you get high on a mountain it snows there / Everything's groovy like in a movie / Sausalito is the place to go to." -- "Sausalito (Is The Place To Go)," Ohio Express
"Houses on stilts grow out of the sea / Everything's growin' there, it's growin' for me / You gotta go there, everything grows there / When you get high on a mountain it snows there / Everything's groovy like in a movie / Sausalito is the place to go to." -- "Sausalito (Is The Place To Go)," Ohio Express

Just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, Sausalito is a tight-knit, eight-mile-long community steeped in shipbuilding history. With a population of 7,061 according to the 2010 census, Sausalito has been known over the years as an eclectic artist colony, a summer vacation place and a tourist destination.

Moving to Sausalito

Sure, the town has housing properties of all kinds, but you can't overlook its houseboat community. These aren't your standard houseboats, however. More than 400 houseboats of all sizes and values can be seen docked (some permanently) on the north end of town just a few miles from downtown. If you're looking for places to rent in Sausalito that are practically dripping with character, choose one of the original houseboats that were made from abandoned boats at the end of World War II. Or, you can choose a houseboat on the other end of the financial spectrum -- several have been designed by famous architects and have even been featured in magazines. If you prefer your house to be a little more rooted into the ground, there are plenty of home rentals found throughout the city. Locate a local realtor a few months before your planned move. A local contact can help you navigate the city's sometimes complicated housing regulations and help steer you toward the perfect home for you, whether it's a duplex for rent in Old Town or a luxury downtown rental apartment.

Moving to Sausalito
+

Sure, the town has housing properties of all kinds, but you can't overlook its houseboat community. These aren't your standard houseboats, however. More than 400 houseboats of all sizes and values can be seen docked (some permanently) on the north end of town just a few miles from downtown. If you're looking for places to rent in Sausalito that are practically dripping with character, choose one of the original houseboats that were made from abandoned boats at the end of World War II. Or, you can choose a houseboat on the other end of the financial spectrum -- several have been designed by famous architects and have even been featured in magazines. If you prefer your house to be a little more rooted into the ground, there are plenty of home rentals found throughout the city. Locate a local realtor a few months before your planned move. A local contact can help you navigate the city's sometimes complicated housing regulations and help steer you toward the perfect home for you, whether it's a duplex for rent in Old Town or a luxury downtown rental apartment.

Neighborhoods in Sausalito

Sausalito has some distinct areas with their own exciting features -- maybe you'll be the next one! Check out your choices for neighborhoods below.

Old Town: Sausalito began in this area when it was known as "Whaler's Cove." Today, this charming neighborhood on the southern tip of the city lies just blocks from the San Francisco Bay. Dubbed Hurricane Gulch by residents, it features an adorable waterfront that's a perfect spot to stroll and look out onto the water.

Downtown: A few apartments can be found here, but this is where most of the town's restaurants and shops are located. The Ferry Pier is a popular spot as well. Get your grub on at Avatar's Restaurant, which features both Mexican and Indian cuisine (yup, that's a thing!).

Marin City: On the northern edge of town, this area has deep community ties and was settled by the Marinship shipyard workers during WWII.

New Town: Called the soul of Sausalito by residents, this is kind of a hidden gem in town. In addition to the locally-owned boutiques, restaurants and government buildings, the neighborhood has a collection of charming historic homes just blocks away from the waterfront. Rossetti Pizzeria will keep you well fed while you're exploring town.

Marinship: Houseboats are the most abundant housing option here. Marinship has become a sort of artists enclave with writers, filmmakers, artists and even Internet start-ups occupying the work/home houseboats and offices in the area.

The Hill: Just north of Old Town, this neighborhood is logically located on a hill that offers residents great views of Alcatraz, the Bay Bridge and San Francisco. For a price, of course.

Neighborhoods in Sausalito
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Sausalito has some distinct areas with their own exciting features -- maybe you'll be the next one! Check out your choices for neighborhoods below.

Old Town: Sausalito began in this area when it was known as "Whaler's Cove." Today, this charming neighborhood on the southern tip of the city lies just blocks from the San Francisco Bay. Dubbed Hurricane Gulch by residents, it features an adorable waterfront that's a perfect spot to stroll and look out onto the water.

Downtown: A few apartments can be found here, but this is where most of the town's restaurants and shops are located. The Ferry Pier is a popular spot as well. Get your grub on at Avatar's Restaurant, which features both Mexican and Indian cuisine (yup, that's a thing!).

Marin City: On the northern edge of town, this area has deep community ties and was settled by the Marinship shipyard workers during WWII.

New Town: Called the soul of Sausalito by residents, this is kind of a hidden gem in town. In addition to the locally-owned boutiques, restaurants and government buildings, the neighborhood has a collection of charming historic homes just blocks away from the waterfront. Rossetti Pizzeria will keep you well fed while you're exploring town.

Marinship: Houseboats are the most abundant housing option here. Marinship has become a sort of artists enclave with writers, filmmakers, artists and even Internet start-ups occupying the work/home houseboats and offices in the area.

The Hill: Just north of Old Town, this neighborhood is logically located on a hill that offers residents great views of Alcatraz, the Bay Bridge and San Francisco. For a price, of course.

Living in Sausalito

Enjoying the outdoors is the way of life in Sausalito. Do like the locals and enjoy the plethora of public parks and public beaches in town, including Tiffany Beach, Cloud View Park and Vina del Mar Plaza. Head just north of town and walk among the majestic redwoods in the famed Muir Woods, just part of the sprawling Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The GGNRA also includes historic sites such as Alcatraz just across the bay from Sausalito and the Presidio in San Francisco.

Learn about Sausalito's shipbuilding history by visiting the museum at the Spaulding Wooden Boat Center. Learn about the wooden boats and see historic wooden sailing vessels at the working boatyard.

Living in Sausalito
+

Enjoying the outdoors is the way of life in Sausalito. Do like the locals and enjoy the plethora of public parks and public beaches in town, including Tiffany Beach, Cloud View Park and Vina del Mar Plaza. Head just north of town and walk among the majestic redwoods in the famed Muir Woods, just part of the sprawling Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The GGNRA also includes historic sites such as Alcatraz just across the bay from Sausalito and the Presidio in San Francisco.

Learn about Sausalito's shipbuilding history by visiting the museum at the Spaulding Wooden Boat Center. Learn about the wooden boats and see historic wooden sailing vessels at the working boatyard.