Archive for 'Sightseeing'

Cruise Ship Market – Common Vacation Choice For Fun

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Cruise Ship Market – Common Vacation Choice For Fun

Cruise ship – this is what often what one thinks about before going on vacation, thoughts wander to taking a cruise — or maybe to going to San Diego. For some people, it stops right there. Why don’t we go for a cruise from San Diego? After all, we could go on a cruise and visit San Diego too. It sounds perfect!

Cruise Ship – The Profits Are Up

In reading about cruises, we find out that in spite of ...

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Charter Yachts – An Unforgettable Experience

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Charter Yachts – An Unforgettable Experience

Now that it is summer in San Diego, everyone is looking for interesting and fun things to do — especially when family and friends come to visit. There is always the San Diego Zoo, and SeaWorld. Those are wonderful; however, why visit San Diego without activities on the water? San Diego Boat Tours offers yachts that can be chartered for a variety of interests. Going out on the water is always a great experience.
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San Diego Yacht Charter For the Holidays

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San Diego Yacht Charter For the Holidays

Make your holidays extra special this year with a private yacht charter in San Diego’s incredible waterways. Gather your friends and family for a memorable day at sea aboard a luxury yacht and celebrate the holiday season in style. There are many options available to create your own customized event and make a boating adventure that both you and your guests will remember for a lifetime!

Thanksgiving Yacht Charter

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Cabrillo Festival in San Diego

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Cabrillo Festival in San Diego

In the late 15th century into the 16th century, Europeans from several countries traveled the globe in search of new trading routes. Spain had several explorers who came to the North American continent. Hernan Cortes made many discoveries in Mexico, and Francisco Vazquez de Coronado became well known for his stories about the seven cities of gold. The first explorer to set foot in what is now known as California was Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo. Questions have risen regarding ...

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Blue Whales – Big Boats – Danger

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Blue Whales – Big Boats – Danger

Blue whale and big boats traveling along the same routes can become dangerous situation for the majestic blue whales, our vessels -the massive damage often incurred and people aboard. Blue whale and boat collisions can cause disastrous consequences including the obvious physical harm to the largest mammal on the planet but also severely damaging ships large and small, sometimes irreparably so. Marine Biologists, the Coast Guard, Navy, National Marine Fisheries Service and various coastal authorities all have an invested ...

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Over The Line Tournament – OTL

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Over The Line Tournament – OTL

At first glance perhaps only those from Southern California will understand how important the BYOB is for OTL, I’ll explain the SOS in just a moment. First, the OTL’s FAQ’s and why BYOB, or Bring Your Own (non-glass) Booze/Bottle/Beer, is such great news for serious OTL ballers and fans alike. Despite an earlier UT San Diego article in May which announced that there would be a ban on BYOB for the popular Over-The-Line Tournament 2014, yet ...

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Sunburns – The Good & Bad – UV Rays

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Sunburns – The Good & Bad – UV Rays

The temperatures are beginning to rise as we are approaching the long days of summer which means making plans for outdoor activities, usually involving water, so be careful of sunburns.  There is nothing more synonymous with summer than water-be it poolside, with water guns and sprinklers, at the beach or ideally on board a boat (or yacht) cruising in the ocean.  Water is undoubtedly the best part of summer, but it’s also dangerous, and so is its summer sidekick, ...

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San Diego July 4 Fireworks

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San Diego July 4 Fireworks

This year San Diego’s Big Bay Boom Firework Show for the 4th of July is set to go off without any back-firing glitches in celebration of the 15th annual explosive event (including a new pyrotechnical contractor). Fortunately, the 4th of July falls on a Friday this year, which means we can really celebrate the 4th without worrying about work the next day (for many of us anyway)so it’s time to start making some memorable plans for this nationally ...

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San Diego Bait Barge Video – Homeless Sea Lions

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San Diego Bait Barge Video – Homeless Sea Lions

The San Diego bait barge (Everingham Brothers bait barge) has moved for a while to a location further down in San Diego Bay.  The reason for this relocation has prompted by  the construction on the new Navy pier.  Which is  just across the bay.

San Diego Bait Barge – New Home

According the a KPBS report, the dock must be moved because the excessive noise  created by the military driving the new ...

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San Diego Yacht Charters

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San Diego Yacht Charters

There is no shortage of work and play opportunities in the coastal community of San Diego County, and if you have not been aboard a boat or a large yacht around the bay yet, San Diego yacht charters are the best way to take it all in. The use of a San Diego yacht charter can be for business, as in hosting a meeting, project planning or for pleasure as in for sightseeing, a birthday party, or especially ...

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San Diego Comic Con

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San Diego Comic Con

It is notably the largest homegrown event in San Diego (San Diego Comic Con). Every year 130,000 people flock to the San Diego Region and populate the Convention Center for what has become the internationally renowned premiere event San Diego Comic Con filling the area to capacity. This over 4 decade running event is now considered an elite four day showcase of wide ranging representation that began as a group of San Diegans “Golden State Comic Book Convention” ...

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Father’s Day Yacht Charter

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Father’s Day Yacht Charter

Why not get a Father’s Day Yacht Charter?  Father’s can be quite mysterious illusive creatures.  Sometimes routinely predictable, they never drop hints like mother’s do.  Coming up with a gift for him on holidays such as birthdays and Father’s Day, we are often left scratching our own heads with the same lost look Dad has when you ask him when his anniversary is.  Sure we can poke around the garage, probe with questions about recent interests, but often he ...

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San Diego Engagement – Love is in the Air

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San Diego Engagement – Love is in the Air

If a San Diego Engagement is crossing your mind than warm, tropical summer breezes, endless days and ideal weather in America’s Finest City may be inspiring you to do something romantic with and for someone special.  The tedious truth is that creating romance often takes effort and planning, but is well worth the time and money for lasting results.  Confessing your love to someone is an important occasion, and creating a dreamy date to do so ...

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Mother’s Day – Making it Memorable

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Mother’s Day – Making it Memorable

We all want to make our Mother’s proud; a good report card is no longer an option.  Mother’s Day is coming up and most likely you may be thinking of ordering the same old flowers and dreading getting a reservation at her favorite restaurant, while overpaying for poor service and rushed food.  Most of us know that getting Mom trinkets and knick knacks for Mother’s Day should be reserved for children, especially if handmade, and is just another ...

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Building The San Salvador Tourist Attraction

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Building The San Salvador Tourist Attraction

Building the San Salvador

Building the San Salvador Tourist Attraction in San Diego.  Party like it’s 1542!  Entertainment doesn’t come cheap these days; a matinee at the movies will run you as much as a nice meal at a decent restaurant. It makes you want to go back to a time where $5 would be enough for a movie and snacks, well, maybe just one snack, but you get the point. How about witnessing history being made, or re-created, ...

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