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Where are the houseboats in San Diego?

Most of the houseboat rentals in San Diego are in the Harbor Island area. It’s only a 3-minute drive south of the San Diego Airport, making it a convenient place to stay. There are also plenty of parks and restaurants on Harbor Island, so you don’t have to go far for a good meal or drink—with views of the ocean, of course.

When should I visit San Diego?

Early fall is the best time to visit San Diego—the summer crowds have gone, the weather is still sunny and warm, and you’ll be able to find a great deal. It’s a great time to fully enjoy the crisp ocean breeze on your San Diego houseboat, and maybe a glass of wine, too. However, if you’re in the mood to splurge, summer is also a great time to visit. See all the sights, then get away from the crowds in your secluded houseboat. It’s the best of both worlds.

Where can I find dockside yacht lodging in San Diego?

  • Sea Ray Motor Yacht: Located in Sunroad Resort Marina, this 45-foot yacht gives you access to the marina’s pool and hot tub, plus free parking. In the yacht, watch the game on your huge living room TV. But here’s the real perfect touch: Wine glasses, a Keurig and an ice maker are provided, so you don’t have to worry about drinks.
  • Turnkey Yacht: Live the laid-back yacht life with a top-of-the-line grill, full wet bar and brand-name coffee and snacks all provided for free. Impress friends on your spacious entertainment deck and sink into a queen-size bed when the night is over. Of course, you can always just relax on the sun loungers with a glass of wine—that’s provided, too.