When you come to San Diego, be sure to put “Harbor Cruise” on your list of things to do. There are quite a few harbor cruise boats full of tourists.
Sure, you can take one of those. They are fun. I’m here to suggest even more fun. Take a smaller cruise, like one with Captain Randy and Randy Phillips Tours.
Much more personable and enjoyable. Since Captain Randy was just a few feet away during the 2-hour boat tour, it was easy to ask questions…. And darned if he didn’t know all the answers!
That’s Captain Randy’s boat just to his left, so there’s no place to hide from the glorious San Diego Sun. If you’re not a sun bunny like me, take a hat, a long-sleeve shirt, sun screen…. whatever you need to have an enjoyable 2-hour harbor cruise.
Some of the sites you might see:
Seals and sea lions
Boats bigger than the one you’ll be on….
….up close and personal
(not available on the big boat tours)
Sunrises or sunsets.
Captain Randy took my group out at 6:30 a.m.
If you go early in the morning,
you’ll have still waters with the sunrise.
Beautiful vistas of the San Diego skyline
(once the sun is up)
The San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge
I even have a short video of us going under the bridge
Unusual ships that you have probably never seen
and probably will never see again.
Captain Randy will take you into Glorietta Bay
so you can see the Hotel del Coronado
and the Coronado Shores condominiums
Contact Captain Randy at Randy Phillips Tours, 858-531-3186. Tell him Russel Ray sent you his way.