On The Water Viewing

The new supercharged racing has been a massive hit not only with the sailors but also with spectators, corporate clients and fans the world over.

We have partnered with the famous Yacht America (a 19th-century racing yacht and first winner of the America’s Cup international sailing trophy) along with Hornblower Cruises to provide spectators an exclusive on the water viewing of the Extreme Sailing Series!

Diagram below outlines exclusion and race area. While we please ask you abide by this, we do encourage you to attend on shore as the viewing is closer and more digestible on land than by boat!

Next Level Sailing: The Yacht America

This magnificent sailing vessel is a replica of the 139-foot yacht (AMERICA) that won the historic, Royal Yacht Squadron’s “100 Guinea Cup” race around the Isle of Wight in 1851.

San Diego’s Finest Sailing Experience! Want to see the San Diego Extreme Sailing Series in style? Climb aboard the luxurious and historic Yacht America for San Diego’s premier harbor cruise.

Click here for information about On The Water Viewing aboard The America

“Foiling has really added a new dimension to the sport, Everything about the extreme Sailing Series is about engagement with the public, clients and the world’s media.”

Andy Tourell, Event Director 

Hornblower Cruises & Events

Hornblower Cruises offers several public and private spectator cruise options to enhance the experience of our guests.

Individual tickets are available for general admission spectator cruise and a VIP package including food and beverage.  Private Charters also available.

In addition to dining cruises and classic, scenic, city and wildlife tours, Hornblower Cruises & Events hosts holiday dining cruises and private charters for corporate, school and family groups. Whether an intimate anniversary celebration, a wedding ceremony, a teambuilding event or a birthday bash for up to 1200, Hornblower’s professional event planners help clients navigate every detail.

Click here for information about On The Water Viewing aboard the Hornblower