Schnellbootabenteuer im Hafen von San Diego
- Geführte und kommentierte Tour
- Von der US-Küstenwache zugelassene Schwimmweste
- Ihre eigenes F13 Mini-Schnellboot
- Sämtliche Steuern, Gebühren und Bearbeitungsgebühren
- Transfer von und zu den Hotels
- Trinkgeld (optional)
- Die Bestätigung erhalten Sie zeitgleich mit der Buchung
- Nicht empfehlenswert für Personen mit Nacken- oder Rückenproblemen oder einer kürzlich durchgeführten Operation. Schwangere Frauen dürfen nicht teilnehmen
- Vergessen Sie nicht Ihre Badesachen im Sommer und eine Jacke im Winter, Sandalen oder Flip-Flops, Handtuch, Sonnencreme, Sonnenbrille
- Jedes Boot kann bis zu zwei Erwachsene und ein Kind aufnehmen
- Das Höchstgewicht pro Boot beträgt 205 kg. Ein kleines Kind (unter 22 kg) darf in der Mitte sitzen
- Sie müssen mindestens 18 Jahre alt sein, um selbst ein Boot zu fahren
- Die Boote haben ein Ablagefach, aber Taschen können nass werden
- Keine Erfahrung oder für Bootsfahrten gültiger Führerschein erforderlich
The guide was experienced, helpful and fun to chat with. The office staff is really good. The tour was fun and interesting. The speakers in the boats are not as clear as they could be. The boats could go a bit faster to increase the fun. Good excursion!
Fun fun fun. Karl made the experience easy and relaxed. Getting to see the sights from the water is a great way to see SD. We got so close to the seals you could smell them! : Both carriers were in port, which was a treat to see up close. Our boat turned out a little slow compared to the others and Karl gave us his...right in the middle of the harbor! We would do it again for sure.
The water was very rough and choppy due to weather and it being a Holiday weekend and lots of traffic on the water. Due to this the adventure had to be cut short which we were told before leaving. Was disappointed to not get to see all the sights but understood it was not their fault. The leaders boat broke down by Coronado island so we got to just mess around the area while waiting for his tow to arrive. At that point we just headed back in to dock the boats. My husband was afraid this was a follow-the-leader adventure but was very happy getting to drive and go full speed! I would do it again on a calmer day when we could see all the sights. The weather and leaders boat breaking down was nobody's fault, just didn't get quite the adventure we signed up for but maybe next time!
Everything is fine, until something goes wrong. Your guide will loose its temper, shout and yell at you and at the end, he left us alone. Frustrating. Irresponsible. And for sure unprofessional and a no-go for this price. 1. If you are taller than 6', we cannot recommend this tour. We have bruises all over our knees. 2. If the two people in the boat are heavier than 400 lbs, we cannot recommend this. You will have to push your weight to the front of the boat for getting it on plane, which basically means to get speed. In the beginning you will have additional weight of the full gas tank in the front to get you going. But at the end of the tour, your weight will not be enough to push down the nose of the boat and you will never get on plane anymore. The Guide Bob or Rob will make you keep trying, but if you have any understanding of physics, it is simply not possible anymore because of your weight and the mass distribution. Usually boats have a trim to adjust the motor to this weight distribution. But these boats are simple and small and don't have it or the guide didn't tell or know about it. 3. We had rather big waves. This also interrupts the traction to the water, which doesn't allow you to get speed. We ended up trying and failing. The thing is, this trip is not a sightseeing tour. Don't expect that. You will be busy getting control over your boat and to follow the guide. He is alone in his boat and way ahead of you. They do not offer a two-way radio, there is only a speaker in the boat and while you are standing, leaning over the bow to get on plane, you will not hear a single word he says. After we mentioned this to him, he simply said I know. How helpful is that? There are not even hand signals agreed on to have a minimum of communication with the guide. When stopped the 2nd time, he told us that because of our problems in the beginning there will be no stop on the tour anymore. He more or less blamed us to ruin the tour for everybody else. Honestly, we didn't wanted to stop anymore and just go back. But guess what... Of course he stopped again, I ignored him first and got yelled at me again over the intercom... So I stopped and never got the boat on plane again. We were lying on the bow for the rest of the tour. Our knees hurt, our back and neck hurt. The guide was annoyed, rude and not helpful at all. If someone is yelling at you, that nobody ever had these problems, I can tell you to read Yelp. There a dozens of reviews stating the same problems and the same carelessness. It was frustrating and nothing, we will recommend. It might be a lot of fun, if you get speed. But there a a lot of factors, that could prevent you to get on plane. And if so, it is no fun at all. The guide is not prepared for this situation and you might end up paying a lot of money for bad service.
Truly the highlight of the trip. Will do this again upon return to San Diego. The fellas there at Speed Boat Adventure are fun and professional. We even had people in the group who wouldn't stay with the rest of us because they didn't speak english, not to worry the guys didn't freak out, we just passed them up and stayed with the people who could understand what we were supposed to be doing.
We were surprised how much fun this was! It was a fun and beautiful way to see San Diego! Don't plan on wearing normal clothes or makeup because you're going to get wet!