Dana Wharf's Laguna Beach Morning Sightseeing Catamaran Tour
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The last date listed for Laguna Beach Morning Sightseeing Catamaran Tour was Sunday July 25, 2010 / 9:00am (Boarding Begins at 8:30am).
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What a morning! Larry and Chad, the boat's captains, were great and the boat itself was quite lovely, equipped with a bow camera, flat screen monitors showing some of the navigation, very comfortable seating, and plenty of room on the bow for everyone to get a good view. Thanks to Larry's interesting stories and lively demeanor, Chad's driving skills, and their ability to eyeball a couple of dolphin pods for us to drive up to, the small group of us (locals and out-of-towners) on the morning adventure immensely enjoyed ourselves.
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We were welcomed on board with coffee and strawberries, which was nice. Once we headed out, though, the swells were unreal, and about half the boat was barfing for the duration of the ride. We did see a HUGE pod of common dolphin surfing in the...continued
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Dana Wharf has partnered with the Laguna Beach Historical Society to bring you the most informative tour about Laguna Beach, from the ocean portals to the sea.
Your trip will begin with continental breakfast service and a tour around Dana Point Harbor. The boat will then travel north up the coast looking for whales and dolphins along the Laguna shore rich with marine life. The tour starts at Crystal Cove State Beach, where the boat will begin cruising south hugging the coastline to give you an up-close view of the area. A glass of champagne from Laguna Canyon Winery is also included in the ticket.
On this 3 hour guided tour on the 63-foot __Ocean Adventure __luxury catamaran you will:
- Hear about Laguna’s rich history in the film industry and learn about the stars that called Laguna their home, and still do.
- See world-renowned architecture of homes and world-famous hotels that are placed dramatically on cliffs, on rocks, and in the sand.
- Although this is not a whale watching cruise, it is gray whale watching season, and four different kinds of dolphin make their home along the coast — the cruise includes a search for these fascinating creatures.
With hundreds of stories and history to share, no two tours are ever the same.