Red Bull Air Races Qualifying Spectator Cruise Aboard the Adventure Hornblower
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The last date listed for Red Bull Air Races Qualifying Spectator Cruise was Friday September 21, 2007 / 2:30pm to 5:00pm.
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With sweeping vistas, romantic sights and abundant marine life, the beautiful -- and historic -- San Diego Bay is a natural wonder of Southern California. Locals and tourists alike will love this professionally narrated tour of its harbor aboard one of the area's largest and most comfortable yachts, featuring outdoor areas as well as climate-controlled indoor seating. Spectacular sights include the Navy Submarine base, the spectacular Coronado Bridge, the famous Star of India, dry-docking and ship building facilities and the legendary Hotel Del Coronado. Friends, family and loved ones will have a blast enjoying the views and maybe even spotting some sea lions. Plus, the ship boasts a full cash bar with snacks available for sale as well. Learn More
The weather was It was a sunny summer day (late June), it was very warm on the boat - the third floor was the only one with air conditioning it initially, after the first 45 minutes or so the other floors started to cool down. No sweater/shirt needed, I think even if you were outside.the boat was very warm. I wore shorts/jeans, cotton shirt, sandles.Sights & Sips Sunset Cruise dress • Jun 30 2014 star this tip starred
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The Red Bull Air races is an exciting competition in which the world’s most talented pilots are up against each other in a race based on speed, precision and skill. The competition features a dynamic new discipline of flying, called ‘air racing’, where the objective is to navigate a challenging race course in the sky, in the fastest possible time. Flying individually against the clock, the pilots have to execute tight turns through a slalom course consisting of specially designed pylons, known as ‘Air Gates’. They compete in knockout rounds with the two fastest pilots going head to head in the final. Wednesday and Thursday are their practice days, Friday is the qualifying day, and Saturday is the race (finals) day.
Step aboard to see the first race of its kind in San Diego. Avoid the crowds on the shoreline and see the Air Race from the sun deck of Hornblower, 30 feet off the water.