The weather is beautiful in San Diego.
Come sailing with us. Public trips available every week. Reserve on-line or call 800-644-3454
Welcome to the ultimate sailing experience: racing, leisure cruising, day charters or learning to sail on our 80-foot International America’s Cup Class (IACC) yachts.
Next Level Sailing in San Diego, California offers this exhilarating and unique experience to individuals, groups and corporations through our Corporate Sailing, Team Building, Instruction (sailing lessons), Fantasy Sailing Camp programs and Corporate Advertisement.
Our boats are among the fastest mono-hull sailing vessels in the world. Your sailing experience with Next Level Sailing will be unforgettable, breathtaking and surprisingly affordable.
It’s by far the finest sailing experience America’s Finest City has to offer.
Public Sailing Excursions Aboard Actual America’s Cup Yachts!
Now there’s a faster, more exotic way take in the awe-inspiring scenery of San Diego Bay. Next Level Sailing offers 2-hour public sailing excursions aboard our two 80-foot International America’s Cup Class (IACC) racing yachts.
You’ve watched these magnificent, high-tech boats race for sailing’s ultimate prize-the America’s Cup. But nothing compares to the thrill and excitement of sailing aboard an IACC yacht. With masts that stretch skyward as high as an 11-story building, these precision-engineered racing yachts are the fastest mono-hull sailing vessels in the world.
Sit back, relax and hold on to your hat as you glide quietly and effortlessly through San Diego Bay, breezing by popular landmarks, attractions, and military points of interest which may include:
* America’s Cup Harbor
* Coronado Bay Bridge
* North Island Naval Airstation
* Submarine Amphibious Base
* Aircraft Carriers (when in port)
* San Diego Convention Center
* Downtown San Diego Skyline
* Cabrillo National Monument
* Star of India and other historic ships
* Ocean wildlife, such as seals, sea lions, pelicans and gulls
* and much more.
I sailed on an America’s Cup yacht in Hawaii and it was one of the most exciting tourist activities I’ve ever done. — the Irish Lass