Experience a premier Bay tour with grand views of San Diego landmarks aboard the Hornblower Brunch Cruise. See the Coronado Bay Bridge, Star of India, and Naval Air Station North from the comfort of your table. Enjoy luxurious free-flowing champagne, mimosas, and sparkling cider while enjoying breathtaking views over a delicious brunch with family or friends.
San Diego Brunch Cruise boards at Pier 1 Hornblower Landing: 1800 N Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101 at Grape Street.
San Diego Brunch Cruise does not operate any parking lots, but there is local metered parking available at Pier 1: both sides of North Harbor Drive and Pier 2: ACE Parking lot on the pier next to the USS Midway Museum.
Yes, the dress code for the San Diego Brunch Cruise is casual attire such as khakis, nice jeans, dresses, button-up shirts, and blouses.
Please bring a valid photo ID. The U.S. Coast Guard requires all passengers over 18 years old to have valid photo identification. Also, bring a sweater/light jacket, hat, and shades for the great weather on the water.
Vessels operated by City Cruises are subject to inspections by the U.S. Coast Guard and have licensed crew members onboard. They also follow Maritime Security (MARSEC) guidelines.
There is no age restriction to the San Diego Brunch Cruise. Children are allowed, and those under four (4) years old can join for free. Please note that adults must accompany minors.
Yes, there are highchairs and booster seats available.
Unfortunately, no. Only service animals are allowed onboard.
Smoking is allowed on the outside decks, but please note that cannabis products are prohibited as the cruise operates under the authority of the U.S. Coast Guard. Please dispose of all trash in proper receptacles and refrain from throwing anything into the water.
Yes, cakes brought from outside are allowed onboard, but there is an outside dessert service or a cake-cutting fee per person charge of $1.50 to $3.00. Please note that open flames like a lit candle are prohibited on the vessels, including birthday candles. Flameless or LED birthday candles are allowed onboard.
San Diego Brunch Cruise sails rain or shine. In the case of severe weather conditions or upon the advice of the U.S. Coast Guard, the boat will remain dockside and still provide the full dining service.
The captain and crew will direct you to your deck and the hostess will seat you. Seats are assigned based on the needs and capacity for each cruise.