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We just happened to come across the star of India in the evening, and we watched the sunset from the ship before exploring it and the partnered submarine. It made for a beautiful and interesting night!
This place is definitely great for ship and boat enthusiasts who also enjoy a little bit of history. The Star of India admission gets you access to several other boats and a submarine docked in the same area. There is a lot of history to...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit despite the difficult ladder type stairs which can be daunting for people a little unsteady on their feet. That aside, there is so much to see and with great photo opportunities from the main deck and a ticket which gives...More
An amazing ship. Lots of artifacts/displays with explanations of the history of the ship and the people that it transported and made it work. You get to walk where emigrants to New Zealand walked. Where canned salmon from Alaska was stored! Where tea from India...More
My daughter talked me into going on the tour of the Star of India. I am glad I gave into her repeated requests to accompany her because it was impressive! We spent twice as much time touring it as we anticipated. It is much more...More
This incredible multi-sail boat sits right on San Diego's Harbor and is available for walking tours for less than $20US. It is most amazing to behold - a true sailing piece of workmanship from a bygone era, the 19th Century.