You better iron your best blue shirt for this cruise tour. It's gonna be an all-out Navy day!
The cruise leaves Harbor Island and passes by the Coast Guard Airfield and then to the floating Maritime Museum, where you will see many historical vessels, beginning with the Berkeley Museum. This amazing cruise ferried refugees from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake to Oakland.
You'll pass a whole host of boats, such as the Medea, Star of India, USS Dolphin, Russian B29 Sub, and more. And let’s not forget the USS Midway, a carrier built in 1944 that served the US Navy until 1992. Before returning, you'll also pass Seaport Village and get a view of the Coronado Bridge.
You’re going to have a whale of a time.
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What to expect
- Head out on a narrated San Diego Bay cruise tour that features the Embarcadero and many Maritime Museum boats
- See the Berkeley, Medea, Russian B29 Sub, USS Midway, and much more
- Enjoy views of Seaport Village and the Coronado Bridge
- Cruise on a all-electric boat with a 360 degree view and enclosure
About this Activity
|Price||$60.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||90 min|
All sales final; no refunds.