Serving the Los Angeles and Orange County area, Harbor Breeze Cruises has a bevvy of fun and educational cruises. Its most popular tours are the whale-watching expedition, where you'll see Blue Whales, Orcas, Fin Whales, Pacific Grey Whales, and Humpback Whales. These informative cruises usually take place year around, due to the migration of the different whale species. Call to make sure your desired cruise is not full or rained out. Bring a sweatshirt or light jacket since even in summer, the ocean breezes can get nippy. Whether you're with your kids or on a date, Harbor Breeze Cruises is the perfect outing.
The SS Lane Victory is a cargo ship. Earning it's name after being used at the World War II and several other wars, the ship got it's publicity there. Later she was a running museum to the visitors, she currently operates for three one-day trips every year and takes the passenger back to the 1940's. The swing music and the atmosphere is perfect with the buffet lunch offered. The atmosphere is even more stunning when the attacking of the aircraft is re lived. She was also used in several movies, renowned among them is the Titanic.
LA Waterfront is located in the charming seaside community of San Pedro, a short drive from Downtown LA. Spread out over 400 acres, the re-purposed area is managed by the Port of Los Angeles and is a lively hub of activity with plenty of attractions and activities along the waterfront. Restaurants, shops, retail stores, museums, aquariums, historic landmarks are just a few things to enjoy exploring the area. These include the Los Angeles Maritime Museum, Gateway Plaza Fanfare Fountains, Liberty Hill, Ports O' Call Village, Timm's Landing, Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles, Battleship Iowa and much more. With historic tours, walks, concerts, art exhibitions, markets and other events constantly taking place, it's a great way to spend a day out with family or friends.
Marina del Ray is a picturesque seaside town and is the most well known for the world’s largest man-made yacht harbor. The laid-back pace and care free atmosphere are the draw cards of this scenic city. Fisherman’s Village is one of the most vibrant corners of the city. Not only can you enjoy scenic views of the marina and take in the crisp ocean air as you walk on cobblestone paths, but you can also shop for souvenirs, indulge in watersports like kayaking and jet skiing or enjoy a hearty meal at one of the numerous seafront restaurants. Concerts are also held here every weekend with free entry for both locals and tourist. If you are here during the summer, head to Chace Park on Thursday and Saturday to attend rock concerts by local and national singers and bands. Other sights include Venice Pier and Ballona Saltwater & Freshwater Marshes. Whether you want to leave all your worries behind and simply relax or make new friends while attending festive events, this gorgeous seaside city can effortlessly cater to your needs.
Explore castles along the river Rhine or comb the shores of the Volga as you take one of the Uniworld Grand River Cruises. Let your eyes rest on the sights Peter the Great gazed at on his voyages from Moscow to St. Peterburg. Feel the culture of the people as you sing, dance and eat with them. Take your pick from the various destinations on offer and arrive there completely refreshed, as your journey is surely going to be full of comfort and pleasure.
Catalina King is a luxurious, three level vessel that is perfect for cruises along the harbor or to host events. They have two bars that serve delicious cocktails, beers, and spirits as well as in-house DJ's that spin some great music and really liven up and party or event. The port cruises are an excellent way to unwind and set sail along the beautiful California coast. The boat is clean and very well maintained and the staff and crew are always friendly and accommodating.