Explore San Diego Bay by Boat
San Diego Bay is a natural harbor that is not only beautiful but abundant with history and ecology. At the turn of the nineteenth century, it became a major hub for naval and military installations, many of which are still active today. There are also a number of wildlife preserves in the marshes that line the bay and coastline. These protected environments are home to a multitude of native and migrating birds and indigenous plants. The bay, of course, is also a water lover’s paradise, offering a large number of activities including fishing, paddling, kayaking, sailing, jet skiing, and sightseeing. We take every opportunity we get to share our love and knowledge of San Diego Bay and the surrounding area with our passengers.
There are a number of points of interest in San Diego Bay and the surrounding landscape. The Coronado Bridge connects Coronado to San Diego. Its curved structure and girder clearance allow Naval ships and aircraft carriers to pass beneath. At the northwestern point of Glorietta Bay, overlooking the Pacific Ocean sits the iconic Hotel del Coronado. A number of historic Battery’s line Point Loma where you’ll also find New Point Loma Lighthouse, one of the first lighthouses in operation on the West Coast.