Sailing San Diego Bay

Last weeks post of the Oregon Coastline invoked a sense of serenity and in keeping with that theme, this week I am posting two captures of sailboats on San Diego Bay. These scenes are clearly different than last weeks, but invoke the same sense of serenity to me. I can just feel the peacefulness as the boats slip through the water with a gentle ocean breeze caressing my face.

This first capture was taken from Seaport Village just south of downtown looking across the bay to Coronado Island.

The second capture is reversed if you will. This capture was taken from Coronado Island looking back at downtown San Diego.


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28 thoughts on “Sailing San Diego Bay

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      I agree about sailing on one of these boats…unfortunately in all the years we lived in the San Diego area, I never knew anyone who actually owned one like these. My sailing on the bay was restricted to larger charters I was able to book as a reward for my employees at Christmas time. That was always so cool!! Take care of yourself, Brad! Thank for stopping by!

  1. Dan Antion

    These are great images, Kirt. I had a small (18′) sailboat for a few years. Nowhere like that to sail it in, but I know the feeling, and these images brought that feeling back.

  2. Teagan R. Geneviene

    Sigh… the water, the sunlight, the sound of the water against the boat… You had me feeling all those things, Kirt. Thanks for the boat trip in the bay. I really liked seeing the view from both shores! Hugs on the wing.

  3. Sue Slaght

    Your soothing words about the breeze in your face transported me into these beautiful images. Such serenity is what we need these days. Thank you for providing such an escape.

  4. denisebushphoto

    Great shots! We used to be sailors when we lived close to the Barnegat Bay in South Jersey. There are a few boats on our reservoir. It always amuses me when I see boats on people’s property here since there aren’t too many places big enough to enjoy them.

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thanks for stopping by!! I have always loved boating….never owned a boat but have been blessed with friends and family that have had one. Have a great weekend!!


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