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San Diego boasts a wide variety of attractions and activities.  The world famous San Diego Zoo & Sea World are just the beginning, walk the beach, go on a cruise or visit the harbor it is all here.
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Sea World - Over 100 acres houses one of the world's largest marine-life amusement parks. Sea World is definitely San Diego's most popular attraction. See show after show after show and still want to see more. Sea World is home to the very popular Shamu show with giant killer whales, also see shows with dolphins, sea lions, water ski stunts and much more. Check out the Mission: Bermuda Triangle show which replicates the thrills of a submersible dive to the ocean floor. $30.95 per person: Located at 1720 South Shores Rd. (619)226-3815 Mission Bay, San Diego

Firehouse Museum - Dedicated to all Firefighters, the Firehouse Museum displays a large collection of fire-fighting equipment and memorabilia from across the country and around the world. This amazing story of fire-fighting is displayed in memorabilia, photographs and equipment. Come see what our fathers, grandfathers and great grandfathers had to use when it came to fighting fires.

San Diego Wild Animal Park - Located 32 miles northeast of the Zoo near the city of Escondido in north San Diego County, the San Diego Wild Animal Park is 20 times larger than the Zoo. It is also a completely different experience than a visit to the Zoo. The 1,800-acre wildlife preserve, which allows visitors to view herds of exotic animals as they might have been seen in their native Asia and Africa, was established in 1969 under the directorship of Dr. Charles Schroeder. It opened its gates to the public in 1972 and has grown more impressive ever since. Today, the Park has over 3,500 animals representing 260 species, and is also an accredited botanical garden.

San Diego Zoo - Located in beautiful Balboa Park, the 100-acre World-Famous San Diego Zoo was founded by Dr. Harry Wegeforth in 1916. This colorful and extremely enterprising San Diego physician started the collection with 50 animals gathered from various local menageries. Today, the San Diego Zoo cares for over 3,800 animals of 800 different species. Its collection of animals, as well as its plant collection of over 6,500 species, is acknowledged as one of the finest in the entire world.

San Diego Aerospace Museum - The San Diego Aerospace Museum brings to life aviation's rich heritage through a dazzling collection of over 65 U.S. and foreign aircraft and spacecraft.

San Diego Balboa Park - Though Balboa Park isn't the largest park in San Diego (Mission Trails takes that honor), the horticultural wonder in downtown was recently recognized as the best urban park in the Americas, including the U.S., Canada, Mexico and all of South America. And now, the administration at Balboa Park can say that all of these factors have made Balboa Park the best park on our continent.

San Diego Maritime Museum - In 1927 the Star of India was donated to a group of San Diego historians who had a dream of restoring the sailing ship. Despite their good intentions, they lacked the money to adequately maintain the Star. It was not until 1957, when Captain Alan Villiers, a famous skipper and author, came to San Diego on a tour and saw the dilapidation of the old ship, that things began to change. Villiers so reprimanded the city for their lack of responsibility that people began to donate money, even if only to relieve the burden on their consciences. By 1976 the ship's restoration was complete and she was sailing off the coast near San Diego. The San Diego Maritime Museum was founded in 1948. Prior to this official beginning, committee members had been involved with the Maritime Research Society, a branch of the Zoological Society. By 1958 the group broke away and became completely responsible for managing the Star. The museum expanded in 1973 with the acquisition of the ferryboat Berkeley and the steam yacht Medea. After six decades of carrying passengers across San Francisco Bay, the Berkeley came to rest at the San Diego waterfront acting as headquarters for the museum, housing workshops, offices, the maritime library and the gift shop.

San Diego Natural History Museum - is dedicated to interpreting the natural world through research, education, and exhibits; to promoting understanding of the evolution and diversity of Southern California and the peninsula of Baja California; and to inspiring in all people respect for the environment.

Bay Watch Cruises San Diego's premiere yacht charter company specializing in corporate and special-event entertaining aboard luxurious yachts. Commitment to quality, outstanding cuisine, excellent service, and well-maintained private yachts are just a few of the reasons that many successful corporate and special-event planners choose to entertain their clients and guests on board one of our beautiful yachts. You will find that our entire staff has a fine grasp for the attention to detail that this type of planning requires for a flawless event. (800) 335-2785

San Diego Harbor Excursion - The city's most established and experienced harbor cruise company will show you the best of San Diego's magnificent bay and skyline. Whether you cruise with us by day or by night, you'll have a truly memorable experience. Choose from our daily one or two-hour narrated harbor tours, our 15-minute ferry trip to beautiful Coronado island or our nightly, 2 1/2 hour dinner and dance cruise. Need a taxi? Our water taxi will pick you up at your bayfront hotel and take you to shopping centers, restaurants and attractions on the bay. (800) 442-7847

San Diego Yacht & Breakfast Tour Co. - Experience for yourself the ultimate in luxury of sharing breakfast with a loved one on your floating veranda overlooking a bevy of yachts in the harbor. Then go for a stroll along the waterfront while sail boats, power yachts and fishing boats parade by. After the day's activities in scenic San Diego, have a glass of wine on the back deck. For dinner, enjoy the candlelight on your yacht while watching the moon rise over San Diego Bay. And for that special occasion, unite your "room" and go for a Bay cruise at sunset. You'll realize the real definition of peace and relaxation when you spend your vacation aboard a luxury yacht at San Diego Yacht & Breakfast.

Harbor Sailboats - Founded in 1969, Harbor Sailboats is San Diego's premier yacht charter and instructional facility. Our large fleet of late model yachts range from 22 to 51 feet and feature the newest designs from Beneteau, Catalina, and Hunter. Our sailing academy was awarded "School Of The Year" status by the American Sailing Association for 1997 and 1998. Superior yachts and professional instruction makes us the right choice for the discriminating sailor. (619) 291-9568

Maria Sailing - Located in six beautiful harbors, our diverse fleet has a boat that's ideal for every sailing adventure. Discover the backdrop for family fun and adult enjoyment. Membership in Marina Sailing is your passport to many exciting events. We offer an economical alternative to boat ownership and inflated rental rates. Our low association fee entitles you to limitless options and opportunities. You alone can chart the course that enhances your lifestyle! (619) 221-8286

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