San Diego Dinner Cruise with live band featuring Troubadores
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Friday nights come alive this summer with live music.

Dance under the summer stars to the sound of live music from local San Diego bands, aboard Hornblower every Friday night. Boarding champagne, a three-course meal, live music, and breathtaking views of the city on warm summer nights on San Diego Bay.

 

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San Diego Dinner Cruise with Live Entertainment, local bands

WHAT YOU GET:

  • 3-hour cruise on a comfortable yacht on San Diego Bay
  • Boarding glass of champagne or sparkling cider
  • Complimentary coffee and tea
  • 3-course dinner
  • Dj Entertainer for Music requests and dancing
  • Views that change with the courses
  • Opportunity onboard to add hors d'oeuvres, California wines & premium dessert options
  • Live music onboard* Fridays ONLY

Featured bands by Month:

August: The Troubadours

September: West of 5

 

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My husband and I celebrated our one year anniversary on a dinner cruise last night, and I couldn't be happier. The service was perfect and cruising around Newport Beach Harbor was amazing. We both had a wonderful time.

– Jennifer S.

The views were FANTASTIC. You know those post card pictures you see of the San Diego skyline at night? It really looks like that!! Stunning. We had the choice of being seated on the second deck with a band, or the first deck with a DJ. We were on the second deck with the band. The band played tasteful music before and during dinner. Overall: I would not hesitate to do this again and would definitely recommend it to everyone! It's a great value for a lovely evening. We chose the dinner cruise for our 5th wedding anniversary with the idea that making memories is more important than exchanging gifts. It was an excellent choice!

– Angie O.