Choose the adventure from the list below and reserve any available date(s) on the calendar. Choosing multiple dates to do multiple adventures is encouraged.
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What to Expect
Since most of these adventures take place in the San Diego Bay, the waves are minimal and you will not get sea sick. We generally go 6-10 knots, so the boat is always very safe with working lights, radios, life vests, emergency equipment, etc. If we get bad weather or need to end things short, we can reschedule, this is mostly up to you.
About the Boat
The boat is a newly renovated 1980 27 foot Catalina sailboat named the Natty Dread. Below deck there is a bathroom, refrigerator, booth, kitchenette and sleeping quarters for 4. There is a 9.9 horsepower outboard engine for cruising around with the sails down. There’s outlets for phone’s, Bluetooth speakers, blending machines, whatever.
Number of Guests
There is seating for 6 in the cockpit and room for 6 below deck. Should you choose to bring 12 people, they will need to behave.
What to Bring
- Anything you would like for yourself during the afternoon’s expedition(food, drink, jacket, sunscreen). If you forget anything it will be provided for you.
- A funny story involving Michael Biddick.
Different Adventure Options
-Listed by duration. Choose one adventure per day, don’t push it.
- Motor to Lunch at Ketch Restaurant and/or The Bali Hai Restaurant, both in Point Loma(2-4 hours)
- Sail to Point Loma(3-4 hours)
- Anchor next to Humphrey’s by the Bay for a concert(3-4 hours)
- Anchor next to The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park for a concert(3-4 hours)
- Sail around the Coronado Bridge(4 hours)
- Anchor inside the point at Ralphs for surfing(5-8 hours)
- Anchor outside the point at Dolphin Tanks for surfing(6-8 hours)
- Anchor at Glorietta Bay, Coronado(5-8 hours)
- Anchor at Kellogg Beach, Point Loma(4-8 hours)
- Anything else you’d like to do, just mention it in the calendar reservation