See San Diego’s world famous Big Bay Boom Fireworks show from the middle of the water directly underneath all of the action. This is truly an unforgettable way to experience the 4th of July!
- Dates: May 11th – Aug 23rd
- Duration: 3 hours (7:00 pm | 10:00 pm)
- Included: Free admission to The San Diego Maritime Museum | Yacht America’s Salty Sailor Popcorn and one signature cocktail will be served to 21+ and hot chocolate will be served to kids during the movie | A cash bar
Salty Sailor Sunset & Movie Night Sail
Come aboard the Yacht America for a sunset sail followed by a unique movie night with your friends and family! Bring blankets, pillows, drinks, and your favorite treats to enjoy while watching a movie under the stars.
We leave promptly at 7 pm. Check-in at the Maritime Museum at 6:30 pm
Dress in layers
When you GPS the location, plug in “Maritime Museum of San Diego”
What to expect: leave from San Diego Maritime Museum, cruise past the North Island Naval Helicopters, see the Submarine base, get a close view of the resident sea lions on the bait barges, see Point Loma, look across to Hotel Del Coronado, get a gorgeous view of the San Diego skyline, watch a movie
Some like it Hot (May 11th)
Jaws (May 18th)
Anchorman (June 2nd)
Pirates of the Caribbean (June 15th)
Top Gun (June 23rd)
Dr. No (June 28th)
Finding Nemo (July 12th)
Master and Commander (July 27th)
Life of Pi (August 9th)
Hook (August 17th)
Hunt for Red October (August 23rd)
When possible, we recommend using Uber or Lyft. If driving, use the following address for your navigation app: Maritime Museum of San Diego. There is metered parking at the museum available for 3 hours, this is enforced until 8:00 PM. If you have a Handicap Parking Permit, the metered parking is free and there is no time limit. Free public parking is available on Pacific Hwy (one block to the east), Grape Street or Hawthorne. Paid parking lots are available, the closest is on Ash Street. The following app, www.parkme.com is very helpful.