512 Hornblower Cruises & Events Tips
Give yourself some time checking in as the booth attenteds are slow.
I parked in the metered area acroos and west of the ship by Ruth Chris. You
As stated good appetizers but my favorite was the chocolate covered strawberries.
Comfortable warm cloths is what was needed last night. Also I would say comfortable shoes
The booth is across the street from the parking lot and next to the restaraunt/bar
Check-in BEFORE going to the dock. Get there on time, the ship left @ 6:05
Make sure to check in at their booth BEFORE heading to the dock.
Nice Appetizers served throughout the trip. Small bar, fair prices, takes plastic.
Parking was $10 and kitty-corner to the dock itself. Not a far walk.
We wore jeans, most wore something a bit nicer. But we were more comfortable :)
A light jacket or sweater is a must, even on beautiful sunny days
Don't wear anything that can fly off/away. it's windy!
Bring your own snacks and drinks or money to buy on ship.
Park next to visitor's info booth. it cost $4.00 for 3 hours and make sure it's in all quarters.
No matter what the theme, it's nice to have a raw veggie platter.
It's a nice stroll to Seaport Village afterward, and the Gaslamp is not much further!