Welcome to the Hornblower Experience, where the celebration begins the moment you come aboard. Private rooms or yachts are available for groups of any size. A stunning nautical venue, sweeping views, cuisine prepared fresh onboard and award-winning service combine to create a memorable event!View Private Dining Details
I upgraded my meal and was very disappointed in what I got for the money. The veggies were not cooked and the meat portion was tiny and over cooked for what was paid. Absolutely incredible service and the bay is great scenery, the cost and the less than average experience with the food makes it hard to give high ratings.
The service was great.
Flawless evening out with a friend who has never been on a dinner cruise.
Our server was new but she was excellent. Food was good but not great but everything else about this dinner cruise was fantastic.
Wonderful dinning expieriance
I loved taking my husband here! He turned 22 and although the majority of the crowd was older, it just meant for us that it wasn't a party boat and the noise level was fine. The food was amazing and I've already recommended others to go!
It was a fun brunch and I definitely recommend it for people to try. The service is great. The food could have been better, but we were there for the experience!
On the night after the "Full Moon Cruise" we went on Hornblower's "regular" Thursday night dinner cruise. Still lots of moonlight to be enjoyed on deck and the menu appeared to be the same with similar appetizer, entree, drink and dessert upgrades available for a price. Don't know if there was a price differential but the crowd was a bit thin. Although there were many celebrators (the couples on either side of us were celebrating a birthday and an anniversary respectively) on board basically no one was willing to get up and dance after dinner. Despite the D.J.s best efforts to lead off and suit the music to the crowd, which ranged from Toddlers to elders confined to wheelchairs, this was not a participatory crowd. The cruise around the bay consisted primarily of the ship doing figure eights back and forth under the Coronado Bridge past the south bay dry docks. Not terribly scenic at night despite the bright moon. In the future, will opt for a shorter daylight cruise to see the sights followed by dinner at one of San Diego's many superior restaurants. The food and service will be less indifferent, the cruise more enlightening and, likely, the total experience cheaper.
We were celebrating our wedding anniversary and the staff made us feel special fro the moment we arrived. The food, music were great, but the views was the best part of the night for us. Romantic and fun :)
Lovely evening cruise with attendant waiters - small group with several birthdays, anniversaries, and other special celebrations. Good views and a special find.