Welcome to San Diego!
Welcome to San Diego Bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the world! Experience the stunning views of the city skyline, Coronado Bridge, Naval Air Station North Island, and historic ships from the comfort of a luxurious yacht. Enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience by chartering a yacht and cruising through the calm waters of San Diego Bay.
One of the most breathtaking moments of a San Diego Bay charter is the sunset. The sunsets in San Diego are some of the most beautiful in the world, and there's no better way to experience them than on a yacht. As the sun dips below the horizon, the sky is painted with a spectacular array of colors, creating a truly magical atmosphere. If you want to see all the sites, and not miss a thing, we recommend the day trip for visitors to our city!
Being on the water is one of the most peaceful and relaxing experiences you can have. The gentle swaying of the yacht and the sound of the water lapping against the hull creates a tranquil ambiance that is perfect for unwinding and enjoying the moment. Whether you're with family, friends, or colleagues, a San Diego Bay charter is the perfect way to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy some quality time on the water. And with our luxurious yacht, you can do so in style and comfort.
See the city from the sea, go under bridge. This charter is best suited for guest who want to see landmarks, and wildlife. BYOB
DEPARTS DAILY AT 11AM
DEPARTING DAILY. DAY TRIP AT 11AM AND AT SUNSET TRIP AT 6PM.
POINT LOMA LIGHT HOUSE: This lighthouse is located on the tip of Point Loma. It is a great place to take photos and enjoy the scenery.
CORONADO BRIDGE: Sail south past the city waterfront and under the Coronado Bridge, which is a beautiful landmark that connects San Diego and Coronado Island.
USS MIDWAY: Sail past the USS Midway Museum, a retired aircraft carrier. It is now a museum that offers a unique and fascinating look into the history of the US Navy.
Seals. A lot of seals.
Every bay charter we run passes by to visit the many seals who make a permanent home at the bait barge. You will get up close and personal, see the giant male seals, as well the baby seals with their mothers.
Pelicans, Seagulls, Cormorants
Throughout the entire trip, birds will be everywhere! More than you can count and of a great variety of species. You will have a very good chance to see pelicans diving, Cormorants chasing fish underwater!
POINT LOMA: this point is basically at the exit of the bay, and leads to open ocean. Always a beautiful view!
SHELTER ISLAND: Head behind Shelter Island, which is a man-made island that offers stunning views of the city skyline.
Get up close and personal with the USS MIDWAY and all the antique wooden ships on display at the maritime museum. There are many!
EMBARCADERO: This park is located on the waterfront and offers stunning views of the bay and the city skyline. It is a great place to relax and enjoy the scenery.
MARITIME MUSEUM: This museum is located on the waterfront and features a collection of historic ships and exhibits that tell the story of San Diego's maritime history.
SAN DIEGO NAVAL BASE AND AIRFIELD: This is the principal homeport of the Pacific Fleet and is the largest naval base in the world. It is home to a variety of ships and submarines and offers a unique look into the operations of the US Navy.
HARBOR ISLAND: This man-made island is located in the middle of the bay and offers stunning views of the city skyline and the bay. It is a great place to relax and enjoy the scenery.
BAIT BARGE: Visit the seals and sea lions. Watch the Cormorants diving under the boat all around you chasing bait fish.
SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER: Host to one of the largest convention centers on the west coast, but with a twist. This one has a high end marina attached that features some of the most beautiful, expensive, and famous yachts owned by billionaires.
Check out the numerous military vessels, including a sub pen, aircraft carriers, and dozens more on Battleship Row.
Naval Base San Diego is the principal homeport of the Pacific Fleet, consisting of over 50 ships and over 150 tenant commands. The base is composed of 13 piers and has over 20,000 military and civilian personnel. Here's a breakdown of the navy ships in San Diego Bay and why they are there:
USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) and USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) are both currently docked at Naval Air Station North Island, which sits right across from downtown San Diego. The airfield at the base has over 230 stationed aircraft.
Battleship Row was the grouping of eight U.S. battleships in port at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, when the Japanese attacked on 7 December 1941. There are no battleships in San Diego Bay currently, however it is now filled with fascinating modern war craft.
The Maritime Museum of San Diego features a world-class collection of historic vessels including sailing ships, steam-powered boats, and submarines.
The near-collision of two Navy warships in San Diego Bay in November was a preventable incident caused by numerous failures, including poor communication and training. The incident involved the guided-missile destroyer Momsen and the dock landing ship Harpers Ferry.
San Diego Bay is also home to the USS Midway Museum, a retired aircraft carrier that is permanently docked on downtown San Diego's waterfront Embarcadero. The USS Midway was America's longest-serving aircraft carrier of the 20th century.
Overall, San Diego Bay is an important hub for the U.S. Navy and a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. Visitors can see a variety of historic vessels, including aircraft carriers, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the bay.
KIDS OVER 50 LBS WELCOME!