San Diego Brunch and Dinner Cruises
From casual to elegant, San Diego is the perfect brunch and dinner cruise destination. It’s ideal for romantic dates, birthdays, graduation celebrations, weddings, holidays, family reunions, corporate outings, or any other special occasion.
With more than 300 sunny days a year, you can count on perfect weather for a spectacular day or evening on the water.
You can choose from a wide variety of sailing options, from casual and intimate to five-star elegance, out of the calm and protected waters of San Diego and Mission Bays.
For a cozy and romantic outing, The Gondola Company will take you on a journey reminiscent of the canals of Venice, Italy, as you float on the waterways of the Coronado Cays.
Or you can drift back in time when you set sail on an elegant dinner cruise aboard the JADA, a storied wooden racing yacht built in 1938 and once owned by actor Marlon Brando, or on the yacht Ohana built initially for the famed Wrigley family in 1960.
Private charters and large and modern fleets such as City Cruises and Events can accommodate groups of several hundred people. Passengers enjoy free-flowing champagne and decadent prime rib and seafood menus prepared onboard by San Diego’s finest chefs.
If you’re ready to kick back and relax, you can opt for popular sunset cocktail cruises. If you’re ready to cut loose, book a dinner and dancing cruise with DJs and live music from several top flight operators.
And, if you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind memorable experience, consider booking a full moon dinner cruise. It’s a visually stunning evening you and your senses won’t soon forget.
Cruises in San Diego Bay also give you a front-row seat to some of the city’s most famous landmarks and attractions, including the Coronado Bridge, the Star of India, the USS Midway Museum, Naval Base Coronado, and the San Diego skyline.
As you soak in gentle ocean breezes, you’ll also sail past breathtaking waterfront homes and motor past multi-million dollar private yachts heading out to sea or coming into port.
Cruises run from 90 minutes to four hours or more, so there’s a departure that’s perfect for every occasion and budget.
The choice is yours, but whatever you decide, it’s best to book in advance because cruises reach capacity early and often.