Deliciously different Sunset Dinner Cruises & Champagne Brunch. Sightseeing by boat on Harbor Cruises or Whale Watching Cruises. Private yacht charters, holiday parties and wedding receptions for two or groups under 1000.
See the majestic California Gray Whale during your safe and relaxing 3.5 hour Whale Watching Cruise onboard Hornblower Cruises on the San Diego coast. Two departures daily at 9:30 am and 1:30 pm. Season is Dec. 11-April 17th. Guaranteed sightings! On the way out to.. see the whales, you'll see all the famous and historic sights of the San Diego bay: navy submarine base, NOSC and the Point Loma Light House and Cabrillo National Monument. On your voyage you will whales, and you may see different kinds of whales. In San Diego you mostly spot Gray Whales; however we have spotted Humpback whales, Killer Whales and Fin Back whales. Youll witness many varieties of marine life: four types of dolphins, California sea lions and marine birds such as Brown Pelicans and Blue Herons along the way. Relax on the largest, fastest, most stable whale watching boat in Southern California called the ADVENTURE Hornblower (a gray whale line drawing by famous marine artist Wyland, graces the bow). Enjoy climate controlled areas with indoor and outdoor seating, a full snack bar with adult beverages and souvenirs. Photos are taken at the beginning of the cruise and ready for your inspection and purchase at the end. Enjoy interaction with trained whale experts from the San Diego Natural History Museum on board every cruise.
This is a unique way to experience San Diego via a beautiful boat. The quality of the food is average. The service is average and the value is average. For special occasions this is a fun alternative to just a plain restaurant.
Posted: 11/14/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
This was a good time. We only saw one whale but the dolphins actually stole the show. There were tons of dolphins following the boat and sporaticly they would jump at least 6 feet out of the water. The boat had a little galley area where you could buy hot chocolate and snacks which was nice too.
Posted: 2/27/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review