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San Diego's Best Boat Charters

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San Diego's Best Boat Charters

Spend an unforgettable day of sea and sun, stretched out on one of our wonderful boat charters, with stops for swimming in the warm san diego waters of Coronado, or one of the exclusive beaches or hidden coves of shelter island in point loma.

Reserve a proper tour of downtown San Diego, towards the Seaport Village, and aircraft carriers along the bay... Or head west out past the the docks where the Sea Lions relax and play, the submarine base, and the old light house... or an exciting offshore sailing trip to see the California Gray Whales as they pass the san diego bay on their way south to Mexico. Are you looking for a private, romantic sunset cruise under the moonlight: you only have to ask!

Choose from our list of wonderful yachts to cruise on your planned adventure. We pick up you in only minutes from the airport, and sail you away towards another exciting adventure aboard our yachts.

We can set sail to the end of Point Loma, where the Lighthouse is silhouetted against a california sunset. Or head south to photograph the San Diego skyline with all of her glass buildings. Visit fantastic Restaurants perched along the bay off shelter island and downtown marina's. This corner of San Diego paradise is famous for it's lovely restaurants and incredible views. During summer, you are invited to dive and swim if you like, and also to visit the local yacht clubs, Make sure you have a member along with you to get in.

Next we reach the stunning San Diego Coronado Bridge, locally referred to as the Coronado Bridge. In 1926, John D. Spreckels recommended that a bridge be built between San Diego and Coronado, but voters dismissed the plan. The U.S. Navy initially did not support a bridge that would span San Diego Bay to connect San Diego to Coronado. They feared a bridge could be collapsed by attack or an earthquake and trap the ships stationed at Naval Base San Diego.

The principal architect was Robert Mosher. Construction on the San Diego–Coronado Bay Bridge started in February 1967. The bridge required 20,000 tons of steel (13,000 tons in structural steel and 7,000 in reinforcing steel) and 94,000 cubic yards of concrete. To add the concrete girders, 900,000 cubic yards of fill was dredged and the caissons for the towers were drilled and blasted 100 feet into the bed of the bay.

The bridge opened to traffic on August 3, 1969, during the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the founding of San Diego. The 11,179-foot-long (3,407 m or 2.1 mi) bridge ascends from Coronado at a 4.67 percent grade before curving 80 degrees toward San Diego. It is supported by 27 concrete girders, the longest ever made at the time of construction.

The view of San Diego's skyline and the adjoining bay is unique in all the world.

Downtown San Diego, also referred to as Centre City, is the city center of San Diego, California, the eighth largest city in the United States. In 2010, the Centre City area itself had a population of more than 28,000. Downtown San Diego serves as the cultural and financial center and central business district of San Diego, with more than 4,000 businesses and nine districts.

The downtown area is the home of the San Diego Symphony and the San Diego Opera as well as multiple theaters and several museums. The San Diego Convention Center and Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres, are also located downtown. Downtown San Diego houses the major local headquarters of the city, county, state, and federal governments.

Seaport Village is a waterfront shopping and dining complex adjacent to San Diego Bay in downtown San Diego, California. It is located at 849 West Harbor Drive, at the intersection of Harbor Drive and Kettner.

It houses more than 70 shops, galleries, and eateries on 90,000 square feet (8,000 m2) of waterfront property. The Village contains several freestanding buildings in an assortment of architectural styles, from Victorian to traditional Mexican. It is designed to be a car-free environment, with four miles (6 km) of winding paths rather than streets connecting the various buildings. It is located in walking distance from the San Diego Convention Center and the cruise ship terminal.

Finally we sail back to Marina Cortez, here you will land to discover the "Harbor Island" and all the hotels and restaurants to end your wonderful day. When we will sail home, the sunset will re-design all the bay and downtown, the view is still amazing as the sun sets and reflects off the downtown skyscrapers of glass.

Be sure to ask your captain about his or her favorites places to dine. Many of the captains have coupons at their favorite locations.

Visit Pacifica Sailing Charters and reserve a boat charter and cruise for your friends and family. We are at your service, everyday, all year long day, and the yachts are conveniently located only minutes from the san diego airport.

More information here: http://pacificasailingcharters.com/pages/About-Us.html
 

  
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