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   Cap'n Ray's River Tours
            
  

 
Have Fun Cruising on Cap'n Ray's Favorite Charter Boat

ENJOY SHARING TIME WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS

ON THE WATER SIGHTSEEING, DINING, LOUNGING, BIRD WATCHING,

OR JUST BEING OUT FOR A DAY CRUISE.

Afternoon Drinks and snacks with friends
Wine O'clock
Bring your camera on a charter
Sun and fun on the foredeck
Concrete loader Port of Stockton
Loaded and heading for sea on the San Joaquin
A historic Port structure
Stowaways!
River Bird on a log
Colorful Bird Life
SandhillCranes
Preditor
On the fly
Downtown Stockton Marina Guest Dock

The Delta is made up of over 1000 miles of waterways.  It is a network of rivers including the American, Cosumnes, Calaveras, and Mokelumne rivers that feed into 2 major rivers, the Sacramento and San Joaquin.  These rivers converge near Benicia and flow through the Carquinez Straights and into San Francisco Bay. 

 

The Delta is rich in history dating back some 10,000 years when inhabited by the Indigenous Peoples to more recent times before the Gold Rush.  It is home to Stockton's inland Deepwater Port.  It is flanked by industry, farmland, rolling landscapes and wildlife preserves.  There is abundant opportunity to capture some great photos.  

 

The vast delta marshlands, waterways and migration flyways host thousands of birds during the winter and throughout the year. Bring your camera and some good telephoto lenses to capture some of this beauty for your year around enjoyment.

The Delta is well known for its fishing grounds that produce salmon, steelhead, trout, striped bass, and sturgeon.  The Delta is the ultimate playground for boaters, water skiers, wake boarders, tubers, and other folks like us who enjoy year around cruising.

Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
Mt. Diablo Sunset on the River
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