July 4th Fireworks Cruises

Celebrate America Aboard a San Diego Original

Returns December 2024

The best spot in San Diego to watch the July 4th fireworks is on the bay. On Tuesday, July 4, 2023, come enjoy an up-close view of the largest Independence Day fireworks display in Southern California aboard the comfort of a Flagship yacht and prepare to be amazed. We have multiple cruise departures planned for the Fourth of July:

Stars & Stripes Spectator Cruise - Spirit of San Diego & California Princess

Comfortable indoor and outdoor viewing areas, music synced to fireworks.

Includes slider station hors d’ oeuvres and live DJ with a No Host Bar for additional snack and beverage purchases.

Fireworks Spectator Cruise - Marietta

Comfortable indoor and outdoor viewing areas, music synced to fireworks.

No Host Bar for snack and beverage purchases.

Patriotic Spectator Cruise - Patriot Jet Boat

Seated outdoor viewing and music synced to fireworks.

Note: Ships and details subject to change. No outside food and beverage.These are our most popular cruises of the year and will sell out! Choose Flagship for a memorable fireworks experience on San Diego Bay and book your cruise today.

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July 4th Fireworks Cruises

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We were amazed. The boat was literally 100 yards from the firework barge so we had an awesome view! 25 minutes of the Big Bay BOOM!

— R.S.

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Full Bay Route

Covering both the North and South Bay route. The Full Bay Route Includes the following:

North: The San Diego skyline, Star of India and the iconic ships of the Maritime Museum, Harbor Island, Shelter Island and North Island Naval Air Station.

South: U.S.S. Midway Aircraft Carrier, U.S. Navy Surface Fleet, Coronado waterfront, Naval Amphibious Base Coronado (home of the Navy SEAL's) and the Coronado Bay Bridge.


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