What Happens if We’re Running Late?

It is important to arrive at the Cloudia 15 minutes prior to your departure time so that we can leave on time. Call us at (619) 523-1167 (the Cloudia on-boat cell phone) if running a few minutes late but please be prepared to have your trip rescheduled if you are significantly delayed.

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Directions & Parking

The Cloudia leaves from the Point Loma Sport fishing dock, 1403 Scott St, San Diego, CA 92106 Sports fishing Office for Directions Phone: (619) 223-1627. Parking is generally available close by with free parking ¼ mile away off Scott Street.

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Inclement Weather Policy

Our Whale Watching cruises will go out rain or shine. Typically, in case of inclement weather, and you are already here or on the boat, we will perform a modified harbor and sea lion cruise inside our designated sail path. Occasionally, if conditions look rough and unsafe (high winds, rough seas, and high swells), our [...]

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What to bring?

Closed toed shoes We supply water and light snacks but feel free to bring your own snack pack. Sun protection, such as sunscreen and a hat Light jacket Camera (recommended) Binoculars Cash or credit cards for on board purchases  – Remember your tour with Cloudia memorabilia. Unique Cloudia Items can be purchased in advance for [...]

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Does everyone wear life jackets, including infants?

No, they are up to you as an individual to determine whether you want to wear one. If you would prefer to wear one, just ask a crew member once on board. Life jackets are provided as required by the U.S. Coast Guard. Coast Guard regulations require us to have life jackets available, but they [...]

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Infants on board?

For safety reasons, we suggest you hold small children and infants. Strollers are not permitted. Holding an infant may create some difficulties going below deck, as the stairs are steep. Crew members are available to help.

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