A tour like no other!
Come explore the military and city history of San Diego by signing up for this 2.5 hour jet ski tour! With 10 stops of interest, over a 15 mile route, you will understand why this tour has attracted people from all over the world. Come see what all the fuss is about!
First stop: Hotel Del Coronado
One of the few remaining buildings reflecting the American architectural genre, this is one of the oldest and largest all-wooden buildings in California. Designated as a national historic landmark in 1977, It has hosted presidents, royalty, and celebrities over the years.
Second stop: Navy Seal Training Facility
A must see for anyone visiting San Diego! in addition to a being training facility, this base contains approximately 90 ships of the US Pacific Fleet.
Third stop: Coronado Bridge
Opened on the 200th anniversary of the founding of San Diego, the pillars of this bridge boast the largest collection of Chicano art murals in the entire world.
Fourth stop: Kissing Statue
A 25-foot statue depicts the famous image seen in Life magazine of a sailor kissing a woman in Times Square, during the surrender of Japan in World War II. Embrace in front of the statue for the perfect Valentine’s Day photo!
Fifth stop: Seaport Village
Known for its shopping, dining, and 90,000 square foot waterfront real estate, this village boasts an array of architectural styles from Victorian to traditional Mexican.
Sixth stop: The Midway Aircraft Carrier
Located in downtown San Diego, this USS Midway Museum is where you can explore the aircraft carrier, Midway.
Seventh stop: The Star of India
Unique in the world, it is the world’s oldest active sailing ship, in service since 1863. Sharing the waters with this piece of history is enchanting.
Eighth stop: Coast Guard Station San Diego
This station remains on alert day and night, with all sorts of water vehicles and aircraft equipped to handle any scenario.
Ninth stop: US Navy Dolphin Training Facility
You mean they do more than look cute? Did you know the importance of marine animals in the Navy? Have you heard of the Navy Marine Mammal Program? No? I guess you’ll have to come find out!
Tenth stop: US Naval Submarine Base
Round up the tour by visiting Naval Base Point Loma! This base consists of seven facilities. With a population of 22,000, this base is larger than some towns in the United States.
You probably thought that was it! Come see the HMS Surprise before heading back to land.