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6th Annual Bow Wow Brunch Cruise

6th Annual Bow Wow Brunch Cruise

Created to raise money and awareness about orphaned pets up for adoption at Helen Woodward Animal Center, Hornblower welcomes you, your family and friends, and your “fur-child” aboard a Champagne Brunch Cruise!  Free-flowing champagne and a full brunch buffet featuring all your favorites including eggs (Continue reading)

San Diego Maritime Museum

San Diego Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum of San Diego, located in the San Diego Bay, is an incredible place where you and your family can explore history first-hand. The Maritime Museum, established in 1948, has the largest collection of historic sea vessels in the United States. The Star of India (1863) is the centerpiece of the (Continue reading)

San Diego Whale Watching

San Diego Whale Watching

If you’ve never had the opportunity to go whale watching, now is the time to do it, during your visit to San Diego. With 70 miles of coastline directly in the migration path of 20,000 gray whales on their way to Baja California to give birth to their calves, San Diego is one of the best places in the world to see (Continue reading)

Sailing In San Diego

Sailing In San Diego

If you crave a being part of truly one-of-a-kind sailing event, you absolutely have to sign up for Next Level Sailing’s amazing America’s Cup Experience. It’s a 2.5 hour sail aboard one of Next Level Sailing’s 80-foot International America’s Cup Class (IACC) racing yachts. These races take place almost (Continue reading)

San Diego Sailing Tours

San Diego Sailing Tours

Sailors know that sailing is all about the journey. Sailing lets you enjoy the rhythm of the waves. Sailing allows you to absorb everything around you. It also gives you the opportunity to master the elements and challenge yourself. Even if you’ve never stepped aboard a sailboat, you can fully experience what (Continue reading)

Carlsbad Lagoon

Carlsbad Lagoon

Carlsbad Lagoon seems like a hidden gem, even though it is just off the 5 freeway. It is much larger than it appears from the road—it is more than 1,000 acres that includes three separate lagoons, the Buena Vista Lagoon, the Aqua Hedionda Lagoon, and the Batiquitos Lagoon; a nature preserve; and hiking trails. (Continue reading)

Surfing In San Diego

Surfing In San Diego

Surfing in the fall, you say? Well, of course! It’s San Diego! Sure, the water is a little colder in the fall and winter months, but a wetsuit solves that problem. When you’re in San Diego, it's the perfect place to learn how to surf and we have the perfect place to do it. The world-renowned Menehune Surf schools (Continue reading)

Kayaking in San Diego

Kayaking in San Diego

Kayaking can be a peaceful, soothing, almost spiritual experience as you glide across smooth ocean waters, the city skyline on one side and the Coronado Bay Bridge on the other. Or, you can make kayaking an exciting adventure by navigating the ocean caves in La Jolla—its up to you! With the Bay, the Harbor, and (Continue reading)

Go Sportfishing With H&M Landing

Go Sportfishing With H&M Landing

THE WEST COAST LEADER SINCE 1935! Sports fishing is a year-round activity in San Diego. If you love to fish, or just always wanted to try it, the perfect place to get you set up is H & M Landing on San Diego’s Big Bay is the West Coast's oldest, most experienced sport fishing company. So whether you're (Continue reading)

Paddle Surfing

Paddle Surfing

STAND UP PADDLE BOARDING SUP (stand up paddle board) is a super fun water sport that is perfect for everyone! It’s easy to do because the boards have rubberized bottoms to prevent your feet from slipping. Plus, some boards are designed so two people can share the experience—perfect for a parent-child (Continue reading)

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