Dogs and people can take pleasure in wags on the waves at this distinctive occasion. Hop aboard the Hornblower, for boating brunch. Along with the human brunch buffet, which incorporates limitless champagne and desserts, fuzzy Fidos will likely be handled just like the royalty each pet-lover is aware of they’re with a scrumptious pet buffet, a well timed Halloween-themed canine costume contest and a lawn-inspired canine reduction space arrange on the solar deck!
A portion of the proceeds from the wags-on-the-waves festivities will profit the orphaned animals at Helen Woodward Animal Center in Rancho Santa Fe. Grab a ghostly getup to your furry member of the family and a hearty urge for food for a day on the bay that will likely be merely spook-tactular.
WHERE: Hornblower’s Bow Wow Brunch Cruise departs from the Grape Street Pier situated at 1800 N. Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101.
WHEN: The cruise boards at 11:30 a.m. and sails from midday to 2:00 p.m. on October 20, 2013.
HOW: Each grownup ticket ($70) consists of an invite to carry one furry canine member of the family to cruise and brunch for FREE! Each ticket features a two-hour cruise on the San Diego Bay, an all-you-can-eat brunch with free flowing champagne, a dessert buffet, a doggie buffet “to go,” refreshing water bowls for pups and the entertaining doggie costume contest with nice prizes! For info and reservations, click on right here or name (619) 686-8700.
WHO: Well-behaved canine of all sizes and breeds are welcome for Hornblower’s Bow Wow Brunch Cruise. (Canines have to be saved on a leash all through the cruise.)
“This is one of my favorite events of the year,” states Helen Woodward Animal Center Vice President of Development Renee Resko. “Hornblower Cruises completely embraces the concept of pets as family members. It’s such a sweet way to see people and pets bonding and it is really an extraordinary brunch experience. We are honored to be a part with it!”
Guests can board with out canine, as properly, or just cease by the ticket sales space to drop off donations for Helen Woodward Animal Center.