Restaurant Week Dining Cruises

If you’ve been thinking about trying a Hornblower Dinner Cruise or Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise, San Diego Restaurant Week is the time! Whether you choose the dinner cruise or the Sunday champagne brunch cruise, both are a deal at $50 per person.
What You Get on the Dinner Cruise
Nightly, January 18 to January 24th including Saturday:

  • 3-hour cruise
  • Boarding glass of champagne or sparkling cider
  • Complementary coffee and hot tea
  • Wine list and cocktails available for purchase
  • 3-course seated dinner
  • Private Reserved Table
  • Dj Entertainer for Music requests and dancing
  • Views that change with the courses
  • Opportunity onboard to add hors d’oeuvres, California wines & premium dessert options

Sunday, January 18-Saturday, January 24. Boarding Time: 6:30pm. Cruising Time: 7:00pm-10:00pm. Rate: $50 per guest (Tax, Service Charge and Landing Fee Additional).Boarding Location: 1800 North Harbor Drive San Diego, CA 92101 (Across from the San Diego County Administration Building).
What You Get on Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise: January 18, 2015:

  • 2-hour yacht cruise
  • Boarding glass of champagne or sparkling cider
  • Free-flowing champagne and sparkling cider
  • Private Reserved Table
  • Full brunch buffet featuring seasonal dishes
  • Decadent dessert buffet
  • Join the Captain on the sun deck for a narrated tour of Scenic San Diego

Date: Sunday, January 18. Boarding Time: 10:30am. Cruising Time: 11:00am-1:00pm. Rate: $50 per guest (Tax, Service Charge and Landing Fee Additional). Boarding Location: 1800 North Harbor Drive San Diego, CA 92101 (Across from the San Diego County Administration Building).
Reservations are required. Call 619-686-8715

Since Hornblower Founder and CEO Terry MacRae purchased a small charter yacht business in 1980, the California-based company has focused on one mission: delivering premier, high-quality dining, entertainment and cruise experiences. Today, the company cruises from seven California port cities and New York City. It also operates two National Park Service concessions and will begin service at the Niagara Falls Gorge in 2014. Guests choose Hornblower for vacations, weddings, corporate outings, galas and more. Throughout more than 30 years of operation, Hornblower has made environmental protection and preservation a priority. The company launched its pioneering environmental management and education program, Respect Our Planet, in 2005. The initiative shapes sustainability measures, such as sourcing green products, using reclaimed and eco-friendly materials in new yachts, improving fuel efficiency and incorporating wind, solar and hybrid technology into vessels when possible. Respect Our Planet also educates guests on Hornblower’s green efforts and shares suggestions for sustainable living.
Regional and national organizations regularly recognize Hornblower’s environmental outreach, respected cruise offerings and steadfast commitment to quality. Hornblower Hybrid took Most Significant Boat of 2012 honors from Workboat Magazine. The San Francisco Business Times named Alcatraz Cruises a Green Business of the Year in 2008, one year after bestowing Most Admired CEO of the Year honors on Hornblower Founder and CEO Terry MacRae. The users voted Hornblower their top pick for Orange County weddings and receptions in 2007, and Hornblower San Francisco received a 2006 CORY (Commercial Recycler of the Year) Award. The company and its employees have also been recognized by the California Travel Industry Association, Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International and a number of meeting planner organizations and tourism bureaus.

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