|By Marketwired .||
|January 21, 2014 12:42 PM EST||
SAN DIEGO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/21/14 -- Being out on the water just exudes romance, so what could be better than a date on the water in beautiful San Diego this Valentine's Day, 2014? There are a many options available depending upon taste, but a few stick out as the most romantic. Below is a listing of romantic cruises offered by local iconic favorites Hornblower Cruises & Events, and Flagship Cruises & Events. And what has to be the most uniquely romantic thing to do anywhere in San Diego (not to mention on the water), The Gondola Company offers a "Passport to Italy" with is gondola cruises on San Diego Bay equip with authentic gondolas, gondoliers, music and warm blankets for night cruises.
Romantic, magical, enchanting, relaxing, entertaining, fun and memorable are all words that describe a gondola cruise on the Bay. Each cruise is 50 minutes in duration, is private, and takes guests through the gentle waterways and canals of the Coronado Cays. The cruises include a dessert tray, warm, soft blankets, an ice bucket, and souvenir wine glasses. Guests and guests are invited to bring their own beverages to enjoy! All prices are per couple, and any additional passengers on the private cruise are $20 extra dollars with up to 6 passengers maximum.
Saint Valentino Cruise - Thursday 2/13- $145/ couple, Friday 2/14- $175/ couple, Saturday 2/15- $145/ couple, Sunday 2/16 $145/ couple
Sunset Valentino Cruise - Thursday 2/13- $165/ couple, Friday 2/14- $195/ couple, Saturday 2/15- $165/ couple, Sunday 2/16 $165/ couple
Add on the Valentino Musica Upgrade for just $100 and enjoy the serenading sounds of a professional mandolin or violin player.
The Gondola Company runs all year-round and daily from 11 am to midnight.
Sweetheart VIP Full Moon Dinner Cruise - $229/ person @ 7pm-10pm February 14th
Celebrate love this Valentine's Day in style with VIP treatment, starting with champagne and dinner, followed by a lovely evening of music and dancing under the stars, taking in the beautiful San Diego views.
Cupid's Dinner Cruise with Band - $159/ person @7pm-10pm February 14th
Bring your appetite! This cruise includes a delectable full buffet with free flowing champagne all night to toast with that special someone.
Romance Dinner Cruise with DJ - $149/ person @ 7pm-10pm February 14th
Guests are greeted by the Captain himself and a cold glass of bubbly to start the night off right. On board the beautifully decorated yacht guests can enjoy the views and music all night long for a romantic evening outing.
Valentine's Day Weekend Dinner Cruise - $104.95/ person @7pm-10pm February 15th
Take your date out on special Saturday Dinner cruise and watch the sunset while enjoying a delicious three course meal on board the beautifully decorated yacht. Dance the night away while taking in the breathtaking panoramic views of Downtown San Diego.
Valentine's Weekend Champagne Brunch Cruise - $65/ person @11am-1pm February 15th & 16th
Offering a full buffet and unlimited champagne and sparkling cider, guests can also enjoy a narrated tour of San Diego landmarks on board the decorated yacht.
Offering guests a 2.5 hour fine dining experience with music, and great views of the San Diego skyline and city. Great for couples, families, or anyone looking to have a good time!
Valentine's Dinner Cruise - $115.49/adult & $70.43/child @ 7:30pm-10pm Friday 2/14 & Saturday 2/15
Sweethearts Dinner Cruise - *must be 21 and up* $153.60/adult @ 7:30pm-10pm Friday 2/14 & Saturday 2/15
SanDiego.com is one of San Diego's oldest and busiest travel and tourism websites, known as the local authority for all things San Diego. The author of this article, Erica James, is a native San Diegan who truly believes that there is no place more fun and exciting than beautiful San Diego!
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