January 1st, 2015

Whale Watching for Limited Time Only

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Sightings on every trip so far this year!

Offer only valid by direct online booking or giving us a call at 619-297-7426.

When making a reservation, make sure to add the coupon code above to receive your $5.00 Off

We offer 2 trips daily: 9:00 am and 1:30pm

(Our departure times are flexible for larger groups. We’ll accommodate your schedule.)

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Your Tour Includes:

  • Free Parking
  • Two beautiful bathrooms
  • Private & Group Sailing options
  • Small and personal groups- NO CROWDS
  • 4 boats depart 2x Times Daily 
  • Everything you need provided for your comfort
  • Ample room for all- NO sitting in uncomfortable places
  • Customize tours to satisfy your every need!
  • Soft drinks, hot chocolate, wine, beer and snacks
  • Hats
  • Gloves
  • Blankets
  • Binoculars
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Extra Jackets
  • Informative Whale Watching literature

December 20th through April 1st San Diego  hosts over 25,000 Grey whales as they embark upon their  incredible 10,000 mile journey from the South Arctic Sea to the beautiful Baja California Seacoast? Each and every year, like clockwork, these spectacular mammals arrive in the warm waters of Southern Baja where the females birth their young before returning to the Arctic waters. It’s an amazing sight ~ something you don’t want to miss ~ and will never forget!

Whale Watching with Sail San Diego is something you don’t want to miss!!





January 1st, 2015

Gray Whale Sightings Hit Record High Off San Diego

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         More mammals than usual are choosing the coastal route;

perfect weather is helping to make the 2015 viewing season one of the best ever!

Season to Date (since 1 Dec 2014)

Southbound ——————– 393

Calves South ——————– 8

Total ————————- 401

ACS/LA GRAY WHALE CENSUS AND BEHAVIOR PROJECT; We finished December with a record-breaking 393 southbound GRAY WHALES, which is higher than the entire southbound count for 15 of the past 31 seasons! Our 8 southbound newborn calves also set a new December record.

 It appears the gray whales are migrating a bit earlier than usual from their Arctic feeding grounds to Baja’s lagoons. No one can be certain just how many of the estimated 21,000 Pacific gray whales have already passed southern California but 5 whales were seen yesterday (January 1, 2015). More whales than usual are remaining close to the coast. With high visibility and calm waters sightings are being logged in record numbers. The 2014 Whale Watching season could be among the best in the history of commercial whale watching.

It was a record December for the ACS-LA Gray Whale Census and Behavior Project, whose volunteers have been counting whales from the Point Vicente area on the Palos Verdes Peninsula every day during the migration period from December through mid-May since 1984.

There have even been several groups of six, seven, and eight whales passing through, with many of them showing their flukes. We’re used to seeing one, two, or maybe three,” said Alisa Schulman-Janiger, director of the census and behavior project. “And many have been very close to shore. It has just been whale after whale.” (Excerpts taken from an  article on Grind TV by Pete Thomas 12/29/14)

The following images are courtesy of Pete Thomas.

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July 22nd, 2014

On the latest Issue of GetAway Magazine!

GetAway sailed with us and liked their experience so much that they asked us to be on their cover of their latest issue! http://issuu.com/getawaysandiego/docs/getawaysummeronline2014/16

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May 31st, 2013

Corporate Event Sail Pictures

At Sail San Diego, we pride ourselves in offering many different types of sails for all of our guests. This recent sail is an example of our Corporate Team Building Sail and as you can see, the boat had plenty of room for all guests aboard.