Red, White, & Brew Sightseeing Cruises
6 departures daily. Tours: 10:00 AM , 11:15 AM, 12:30 PM, 1:45 PM, 3 PM, 4:15 PM
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Enjoy the best sightseeing on San Diego Bay—with a professionally narrated tour of more than 50 storied landmarks. We’ll cover over 13 miles on the Big Bay, passing by Seaport Village, Shelter Island, ship-building and dry-docking facilities, Coronado Island, Point Loma, and Cabrillo National Monument, among many others. As we sail, we’ll see delightful marine animals and majestic sea birds, and we’ll talk about what local environmental efforts are doing to protect them. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to capture all the sights in photos and video, and our fully stocked snack bar is always open.
WHAT YOU GET
- 1- and 2-hour narrated San Diego Harbor cruises
- Information about more than 50 San Diego landmarks
- 13 miles on the Big Bay in San Diego
- Unmatched photo and video opportunities
- Comfortable indoor and outdoor areas
- A look at marine animals and seabirds
- An introduction to local environmental efforts
- Snack bar with adult beverages, ice cold beer,soft drinks and hot and cold snacks, ice cream,plus souvenirs available for purchase
DAILY CRUISE SCHEDULE: (North Bay Routes are in BOLD-Sea lions sightings are not guaranteed but are most often seen on the North Bay Route)
1-hour tours: 10:00 AM , 11:15 AM, 12:30 PM, 1:45 PM, 3 PM, 4:15 PM, **5:30 PM
2-hour tours: 10:00 AM, 11:15 AM, 12:30 PM, 1:45 PM, 3:00 PM, **4:15 PM
This was one of the only actual plans we made while visiting San Diego last week. The tour was nicely narrated, the staff and crew were friendly and outgoing, and although it was a little nippy earlier in the morning...The cruise was lovely. They pointed out and knew the history for all of the military ships and other attractions, misc. factoids, etc. I have no complaints about this experience, and would love to do it again for a different type of event. It was a great day to have a mimosa, and cruise around both parts of the harbor for a tour.
– Kimberly C.
We live in San Diego and bring most of our east coast guests on the two hr cruise. It is a great introduction to our city and naval presence. In fact, we have more guests in August and plan on taking them as well. Every trip has been a new experience. This time we saw an arriving submarine and also a bait boat unloading fish into the bait barge. Thanks for all you do to make all the SD visitors welcome.
– George B