Father’s Day Sail

Fathers Day Sail - Maritime Museum of San Diego

CANCELLED – 2020 Father’s Day Sailing Adventure

Festive Maritime Museum of San Diego tall ship Californian and San Salvador experience

The Maritime Museum of San Diego, home to one of the worlds’ largest collections of historic vessels from sail to steam to submarine, and host to a wide range of historical boating experiences, invites the public to join the Museum sail crew Saturday, June 20 and Sunday, June 21 2020 for a weekend of Father’s Day sailing trips.

Fathers Day Sail - Maritime Museum of San DiegoGuests will enjoy lunch and beverages for this 3-hour Bay sail from noon to 3:00 p.m. aboard Maritime Museum tall ships, Californian official tall ship of California, or the 1542 Spanish galleon replica San Salvador.

Tickets are $99.00 for adults and $59.00 for youth 12 and under, and includes general admission to the Maritime Museum of San Diego. Tickets include lunch served underway and one drink ticket per person. A cash bar will also be available. Passengers have the option to join the lively crew and trim the sails or simply relax and enjoy the weekend sail on San Diego Bay.

  • Boarding Check-in ends: 11:30am
  • Sailing adventure returns: 3:00pm
  • General Admission included
  • This adventure is better suited for kids 6 and older

Fathers Day Sail - Maritime Museum of San Diego

Californian is a replica of a gold rush era revenue cutter and the Official Tall Ship of the State of California. The museums experienced crew will make your Fathers Day celebration unforgettable while sailing aboard a traditionally rigged tall ship. Passengers will be invited to haul a line, man the helm and we end the day with a rousing cannon salute. Watch the crew as they scamper up and down the rigging to set and furl the sails. Listen as the Californian’s crew relate the history of sailing and exploration in San Diego, tales of whaling and sea otter trade, local sea battles, the art of ship’s gunnery, life at sea and more.

San Salvador under the command of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, arrived at the port we now call San Diego on September 28, 1542, before proceeding further north in search of new trade routes that would link Mexico to Asia and Europe. She was the first recorded European vessel to sail along Southern California, and survey its coastline.

Fathers Day Sail - Maritime Museum of San Diego

Fathers Day Sail - Maritime Museum of San Diego

About the Maritime Museum of San Diego
The Maritime Museum of San Diego experience includes admission to a world-class collection of historic sailing ships, steam-powered boats, and submarines, each offering entertaining and educational exhibits. The 501c3 non-profit Museum enjoys an international reputation for excellence in restoring, maintaining, and operating historic vessels including the world’s oldest active sailing ship, Star of India. Maritime Museum of San Diego is ranked as one of the nation’s top attractions offering self-guided tours, docent guided-group tours, tall ship charters, year round public events, educational programs, and a distinctive venue for corporate/private events. The Museum is open daily along Star of India Wharf at 1492 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101-3309.