When in California, why not consider a California cruise. THere are several options to choose when planning a cruise vacation, for both Californians and non. The weather makes a year round destination a real time scenario. Some ports such as Long Beach, San Diego, and Los Angeles make these cruises special. These are just to name a few.
San Diego offers Yacht Charters and Bay Cruises. California Cruises offer breathtaking views of downtown San Diego, the harbor, and the beautiful Pacific, while soaking up the San Diego sun! These cruises are also great for weddings, corporate events, parties, and business meetings. They even offer overnight accommodations.
Another cruise option is a Northern California Cruise. Dolphin Charters cruise to Napa and the Petaluma River. Independently owned and operated since the 1970′s, this company focuses on the guests and details of California’s natural beauty. Passengers on the Delphinius Riverboat cruise the Petaluma River enjoying the wildlife and marshlands in the area.
Mare Island, dry docked Naval Vessals salt ponds and backwater homes is what awaits you if you decide to jump on a Napa Valley Cruise. This cruise departs from Vallejo and takes you all through the beautiful areas of Mapa, California. A one day cruise, with an option to visit old Victorian Old Town Napa and a lunch is also offered and its a great deal and value to see the hidden treasures of the area.
That is not all Northern California has to present. Have you heard of the “City by the Bay”; San Francisco. You can take a very popular day cruise under the Golden Gate and go ashore at the famed Fisherman’s Wharf. Get off the boat and ride the historical historic cable cars, or take a walk on the big hill’s of the streets in downtown San Francisco, a city brimming with history and tourist attractions.
A cruise that travels to Catalina Island offers a longer itinerary that can include destinations to Mexico and Canada as well. Carnival offers a terrific cruise that first takes you to the sunny playground of Catalina. Located just 22 miles from the mainland, Catalina makes a great get away that is fun and affordable. In today’s economy, everyone is looking for a good deal and a way to take a vacation without spending tons of money.
Once you arrive in Catalina, there are many outstanding opportunities to relish the island. You can Window shop in Avalon. Go snorkeling at Casino Point in Marine Park. Hike the mountain and canyon trails where bison still roam freely. Drive into the interior of the island for beautiful views of the Pacific ocean. Visit the Botanical Gardens or go on a kayaking trip. Catalina also offers Glass Bottom Boat Tours, as well as a Semi-Submersed Vessel Tour. Whale Watching Tours are useable between the months of January through March. Witness the splendid gray whales as they migrate to Mexico off the Catalina Coast.
Carnival also offers a four day trip to Baja, Mexico. This trip begins and ends in Los Angeles. Ports of call include Catalina and Ensenada, Mexico. Spend time enjoying the many amenities mentioned in Catalina in addition to Mexico’s Bajamar Golf Course, shopping in the port of Ensenada, and the famous La Bufadora, which is a natural water spout. The ship has a family-oriented atmosphere featuring adult and youth activities.
Go swimming in the big swimming pool or slide down the twisting water slide. Play golf or just relax in the spa. A sauna, gym, and exercise area help keep those extra pounds at bay from all the delightful foods available 24 hours a day while on board the ship.
So as you can see, vacationers looking for a California Cruise have several options to choose from, with many amenities, services, styles, and land excursions to enjoy.
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June 10 2012 10:45 pm | Cruises