1863 Star Of India Sets Sail For First Time In Five Years
Celebrate 160 Years When Maritime Museum Of San Diego Hosts Commemorative Companion Sail
You can be a part of the celebration!
Five years have elapsed since the last time Star of India sailed, so the opportunity to join her under sail this November makes this a unique experience!
Saturday November 11 and Sunday November 12 Star of India sailing celebration includes the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to sail aboard one of three legendary sailing vessels surrounding Star on this historic occasion, as she sets sail heading for the ocean blue.
Guests can reserve tickets aboard one of these three ships:
- Californian, the official tall ship of the state
- San Salvador, the 1542 Spanish galleon replica built in San Diego by staff and volunteers
- Bill of Rights, a 136′ gaff rigged schooner built in 1971 by the Harvey Gamage Boatyard in Bristol, Maine
Each ship will include an on-board historian to deepen guests’ understanding of Star of India, the history behind all vessels and the Museum.
Tickets are $269 per person (all ages) and includes a day sail charter with lunch, snacks, and water/soft drinks provided. A no-host CASH ONLY bar will also be on board for 21+
Seats are limited, and most are sold out, but openings do happen. If you would like to be alerted of an opening – Join the wait list, Click Here
Check-in ends at 9:30am, please arrive at least 15 minutes early (we suggest 30 minutes) so you can be checked-in and ready to board at 9:30. Ships are expected to return to the Museum at 4:00 ~ 5:00 p.m.
NOTE: Sunday November 12th, Harbor Drive will be closed for Veteran’s Day Parade, plan accordingly.
WEATHER: Scheduling may vary depending on weather. Should sail be cancelled, guests will receive a complete refund.