I went whale watching with a friend this last saturday (1/27). We really lucked out on the weather - It was fabulous for this time of year. (The weather Gods dumped heavy cold rains on San Deigo shortly after - even cloudy and a little rainy today.)
I have pictures at home, but thought I'd post up today, since I have a little time right now. I will post more pics later - and I want to make clear that I didn't take these first pictures myself! Just the power of Google Images! :P
Hornblower's Whale & Dolphin Watching Cruises with naturalists from the San Diego Natural History Museum Whale migration season is December through March, with approx. 28,000 gray whales passing by the San Diego coast. The boat can make your experience! That is why Hornblower has experienced captains, naturalists, a whale exhibit, a food and beverage bar and an on board movie, and a narration of the north San Diego bay. make an educational adventure and visual experience for all ages of people who want a first class experience on the water. Honrnblower's larger, faster luxury yacht means unobstructed viewing from indoor or outdoor areas and more time to see whales, dolphins, sea lions, and more nature.
The Port Terminal had a huge cruise Ship, The Holland America Lines Oosterdam was in port, for a 7 day Mexican coastal cruise. During dinner at Anthony's Restaurant, the ship left in an amazing quick manner as the sun was setting on a perfect day!