/ The San Diego Guide
San Diego — By Pam Nagata on July 29, 2010 at 8:18 pm
Filed under: event, museum, sailing

Festival of Sail 2010

More than 20 tall ships crowd the waterfront along Harbor Drive from September 2-6, 2010 for the Festival of Sail.    Several will engage in cannon battles on the bay, while the Coast Guard’s iconic Eagle will make its first port stop since 1999.   The five day event includes live entertainment from variety of genre including contemporary, rock, sea chanteys and mariachi’s.

For a boatload of fun that includes a kid zone, entertainment, boat rides, Tall Ship Cannon Battles, Festival food court with Festival of Sail Vendors click here to get further information.  Each day offers various activities that are optional to purchase.  They are:  Cannon Battle – Sail a Tall Ship into Battle; Historic Bay Cruises on the 1914 Pilot Boat and Sail Aboard a America’s Cup Boat.  The Festival of Sail Passport takes you on a journey of adventure and fun.  This allows you to visit each ship, visiting tall ships and entertainment, craft vendors and yummy eats.  As an added bonus, you may revist the Maritime Museum of San Diego and it’s collection of historic ships until December 31, 2010.

Passport Prices:  Adults – $15

Seniors (62+) – $10

Active duty US Military with ID – $10 (not applicable for dependents)

Children (12 years to 6 years old) – $10

Kids – 5 years and under are free, maximum 4 per paid adult

Maritime Museum, 1492 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, 92102 (map)

Photos courtesy of Martime Museum.

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