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Fun filled, informative, fun in the sun. My whole family enjoyed themselves very much. I would highly recommend this outing in the bay.
guide was knowledgable, entertaining and helpful. the facts about the city of SD and US military was almost more fun than looking at the seals. I recommend it
It was great. The narrator was very informative and funny. And, we saw alot of seals. But, not much of the city.
We really enjoyed the trip! Brenda was our guide and she was informative and vivacious! One problem: When I booked I asked about military discounts. . When we arrived, Veteran's were free! My husband served our country for 30 years in the United States Air Force, but we couldn't get a refund.
Knowledgable guide and good photo opportunities a good way to see San Diego
The tour itself was excellent. Very informative and entertaning. We had a 10 year old and two 17 year olds and they all enjoyed it. The reason I did not give 5 stars was because we never got clear info that we had to take what we printed off at home to a booth to register and get a number. Maybe we just missed that info, but it was confusing and it caused some problems getting onto a tour that would work with our schedule. Other than that, very satisfying and I would recommend the tour to anyone.
Learned things about SD that I never knew especially the dolphin training at Pt. Loma. Very interesting spiel by First Mate David.
It was great-- but it doesn't need to be 90 minutes long. An hour would be sufficient. That said, beautiful views, covered boat so not too sunny--really great!
Very informative. I would combine city tour with this next time. We live in San Diego & learned alot!
This was great fun! All the family enjoyed it! The commentary was very informative. My only criticism is that it was hard to hear the commentary because of the sound of the engine.
No seals. Lots of sea lions.
It was a fun and exciting trip around San Diego. We even saw a school of dolphins in the harbor.