Hornblower Extends FREE Cruise Offer for First Responders

Annual offer extended for September

September 7, 2017

Hey, this is very cool - In memory of those who served during 9/11, Hornblower is extending their annual offer for a free cruise to First Responders for the entire month of September 2017!

They're inviting San Diego County first responders complimentary free admission aboard any of Hornblower Cruises  one or two hour Harbor Cruise any day of the week on San Diego Bay.  First responders include those designated to respond to an emergency including firefighters, police officers, harbor police and USCG, sheriff department officers and EMT’s involved in ongoing efforts to keep San Diego safe in difficult times. 

By showing their current identification or a badge at the Hornblower Cruises & Events ticket booth located at 970 North Harbor Drive in San Diego, first responders will receive a free ticket for any one or two hour narrated cruise of the waterway. The San Diego Harbor Cruises feature beautiful San Diego sights such as Star of India, modern U.S. Naval vessels and subs, military ships, sea lions and the Coronado Bay Bridge.     

“Hornblower’s staff and crew want to salute the hard work and courage of the men and women who have dedicated long hours under dangerous conditions to protect the people in our communities”, said Rebecca Milkey, Director of Marketing for Hornblower Cruises & Events.   

Call (619) 686-8715 for more information or visit their web site here.  All Hornblower Cruises & Events yachts are US Coast Guard certified. Scripted narration is provided for the hearing impaired. Be advised to call and confirm that the cruising day’s tour boat is wheelchair accessible.

John & Tammy in the Morning would like to send our THANKS to Hornblower for extending their offer for First Responders!