Satisfy the lure of the sea by coming aboard "Jada," a 1938, 71 foot, yawl rigged, all-wood classic yacht. ... More
Satisfy the lure of the sea by coming aboard "Jada," a 1938, 71 foot, yawl rigged, all-wood classic yacht. Experience the unparalleled panoramic views of San Diego Bay while you relax with a certified skipper at the helm. Up to 43 passengers can feel the wind on their faces and enjoy the always changing sea. The Jada crew is kind and group friendly. They offer a selected menu for dinner cruises. Call for departure details.
We absolutely enjoyed the sail. Being from the cold north east May sailing on Jada was a real treat. I especially enjoyed visiting with the Captain. He let me sail out of the bay, what a treat. Bought a Jada crew winbreaker and Captain gave me his hat!! I could not ask for more fun. Recommend highly.
We have been on this boat more than once and we enjoy it very much. The crew has always been polite and very accomodating. The dinner is fine, not the best, but well worth the price. It can get cold so dress warm and enjoy the sights.
My husband and I look forward to our annual Jada cruise. The atmosphere is wonderful with great views of San Diego Bay. The crew was attentive and cordial. The food is delicious, however, it would be nice if they served it on better plates and used nicer utensils. Plan on going on a warm summer evening for a comfortable sail.
I couldn't believe the negative comments on your website. I wondered if I was on the same boat! I took my husband on a sunset dinner cruise on the JADA and we had the time of our lives. The crew were very attentive and courteous - the snacks, drinks and food were plentiful and delicious. But the most exciting part of the trip was the sail. When can you sail on a 71' sailboat - with the San Diego skyline as your backdrop at such a cheap price. If you like sailing and are looking for a fabulous time - go on the JADA. I highly recommend it.
The crew was rude, the boat (I found out later) repeatedly failed coastguard certification, and they have a general bad reputation in the industry. The boat broke the night before our sail, and while I was promised a refund, it's been a month now and I haven't received it.
The overall experience was nice. I found the website pictures to be deceptive because it shows the guests having dinner at at table. The dinner was served in our laps on plastic plates with one utensil, and the only meat option was pork. The price did include food and drinks however, at the end of the sunset trip we were asked to tip the crew because the tips were their only source of pay for the cruise. You will want to dress warm and bring a pair of gloves.