In most places it’s Fall season but here in San Diego it’s March and summer is just about here. The sky is blue, the sun is shining and soon our 65 degree temp will be in the 80’s. Our boats have been busy and the best March we’ve had in our 6 years of running charters on San Diego Bay. April, May and June are booking fast so we expect it to be an EPIC summer.
Mai Tai started in 2013 with a single yacht. We quickly made a name for ourselves as the most fun you can have on a yacht in San Diego!!We know how to have a good time and celebrate any occasion. In the summer months, we give great tours of San Diego Bay and often set anchor and swim in the warm water near Coronado. We crank up the music, mix drinks and create amazing memories.
The 46th annual San Diego Bay Parade of Lights promises to dazzle and entertain bayfront crowds during the evenings of December 10 and 17, 2017. Participants in this year’s highly anticipated holiday boat parade will decorate their boats to fit this year’s theme, “Arrrgh. A Pirate’s Christmas”
San Diego is a world class destination for boaters of all breeds. The strong warm breezes provide phenomenal sailing conditions, and the sheltered bays are amazing places to cruise the by the skyline, or even dock up for a drink and a bite. Boating along the gorgeous coastline, you can spot marine wildlife that will blow your mind, watch the sunset over the Pacific and find some of the best sport fishing in the country. Whether you stay inside the protected bays or head off the coast for a bigger adventure, you’ll find yourself addicted to the natural beauty of this place. America’s southwestern most boating destination will not disappoint you.
San Diego County encompasses 18 incorporated cities and numerous other charming neighborhoods and communities, including downtown's historic Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy, Coronado, La Jolla, Del Mar, Carlsbad, Escondido, La Mesa, Hillcrest, Barrio Logan and Chula Vista just to name a few.
San Diego has the most amazing Bayside entertainment parks. The Embarcadero is about to launch it’s annual concert series. With a large stage right on the Bay, we love to anchor with a full view and great sound. Best seat available, no ticket prices and no traffic in and out. You just can’t beat yachting and symphony and concerts.
The Port of San Diego invites members of the public to learn about the “State of the Port” at an evening event combined with its annual Swearing-In Ceremony for officers of the Board of Port Commissioners on January 7, 2016, at the USS Midway Museum.
Six bidders submitted plans Tuesday to redevelop 57 acres of land and water on Harbor Island, across from Lindbergh Field. One team proposes a $2 billion aquarium and vertical farm complex. Another wants to build a local history dinner theater.
A 35-year landmark on San Diego Bay could be in store for some 21st-century changes. Seaport Village has been a prime sightseeing, shopping and dining destination for locals as well as tourists.
On Tuesday, the San Diego Unified Port District Board chose the Brigantine Restaurants to take over the iconic waterfront location currently occupied by Anthony’s Fish Grotto. The Board voted 4-2 (with one abstention) to begin negotiations with Brigantine for a long term lease to commence following the January 2017 expiration of the current Anthony’s lease. Anthony’s had been in the location since 1946.
Witness the longest mammal migration in the world with Mai Tai San Diego Yacht Charters, when approximately 20,000 gray whales pass San Diego on their annual 10,000-mile round-trip journey from the Bering Sea to the lagoons of Baja California.
Yacht Charters are great orientations to cities and can be considered a touristy thing to do. Mai Tai Yacht Charters are a combination of sightseeing, wildlife sighting and a wonderful perspective of America’s Finest City. Come along with us and see some of San Diego’s most famous attractions from the water.