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Manufactured by Nautica International, this R.I.B. is navigated by one of three U.S. Coast Guard captains through the waters of San Diego and Mexico. Along with the weekly excursions, Adventure R.I.B. Rides offers team-building and corporate events such as whale- and dolphin-watching excursions, naval heritage and wildlife tours, tours of the Coronado Islands, snorkeling, scuba diving and more. Adventure R.I.B. Rides also offers packages that include lunch on board or on a secluded beach. For the aquatic enthusiasts, the R.I.B. comes equipped with chart driver GPS, radar, video depth sounder, and more. For those who just cannot get enough, the three captains of this R.I.B. will rent it out by the hour.
Aqua Adventures is a full service kayak facility in San Diego offering waterfront kayak rentals. Aside from rentals, quality kayak lessons are provided by ACA and BCU certified instructors. Visitors can take part in fun and instructional local tours, adventurous guided multi-day kayaking trips, and visit their beautiful retail shop staffed by paddlers.
Near the man-made islands of Mission Bay, this beach runs along Mission Boulevard and boasts a fabulous boardwalk. One of the best places in San Diego to soak up the city's beach lifestyle, this is an unsurpassed area for people watching or building sandcastles. For a faster pace, rent a bike or in-line roller skates or better yet, take a ride on Belmont Park's world-famous wooden roller coaster. Whatever attraction you choose, be prepared for large crowds and limited parking at Mission Beach.
Located just outside of San Diego in the city of Imperial Beach is the beach that annually plays host to the U.S Open Sand Castle Building Contest. This popular event attracts tourists from around the world and is always a marvel to see. The promenade is lined with grassy areas, recreational activities, cafes, restaurants, beach clubs and more. During summers, university kids on vacation flock here to indulge in water sports, diving, surfing and fishing.
The Carmel Valley Recreation Center is a well maintained area, open to the general public and not restricted just to local members. It is ideal for children who would like to learn swimming, tennis, basket ball, volleyball and other outdoor sports. Summer camps are regularly conducted for seniors as well. Excellent facilities for open air barbecue are available for those who would like to have picnics in the lawns. The Carmel Valley Fiesta Week and other local events are held here.