Hornblower To Offer 4th Of July Cruises

Hornblower CruiseHornblower Cruises & Events is offering a perfect way for families to celebrate the 4th of July- on the water! Choose between a delicious 4th of July Brunch, Dinner or Spectator Statement Cruise.

Afternoon Cruise: The cruise started out a bit sluggish, with some passengers seeing a sea lion eating a fish. As we loved the unseasonably heat climate on a calm day, we noticed a couple of whales. It turned out to be 2 juveniles, slowly making their manner south. One other whale was sighted later within the cruise. And, earlier than you knew it, it was time to return to port. A couple of passengers came as far away as Canada and Wales.

Harbor Cruise and Sea Lion Adventure: San Diego Hornblower Cruises & Occasions provides two Harbor Cruise and Sea Lion Journey excursions, which give cruisers an up-shut look at the California sea lions that stay off of the bait barges round Level Loma. The primary tour cruises for one hour and takes a journey round both the North Bay or the South Bay, while the opposite tour lasts for two hours and travels to each the North and South Bay. On both cruises, visitors aboard the San Diego Hornblower Cruise & Occasions can hear the ocean lions barking and watch them play and slide off of the barges.

Go Nation a hundred and five presents a special evening with nation duo Placing Matches aboard a Hornblower Cruise on Thursday October 22 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Hear the latest hits from Striking Matches as you sail round Marina Del Rey Harbor on a luxurious Hornblower Cruise yacht. Tickets will be purchased at 1-800-On-The-Bay or at for simply $20. Money bar accessible together with appetizers for purchase.

Afternoon Cruise: Clear and sunny with a brisk wind. Saw Grey Whales floor to blow solely about half a ship-length from us – twice! Followed one Gray zig-zagging southward, right up to the Mexican Border. Then moved northward and encountered more south-sure whales. Additionally seen Pacific White-sided Dolphins swimming alongside our port side for awhile, plus a huge space of rafting cormorants.