What I enjoyed about the Hornblower Brunch cruise was the fact it was spacious (two floors) and the surprising variety in the food spread. There were some brunch items like deviled eggs, quiche, hash browns, sausages, etc. But there was also eggs benedicts, salmon and a good balance of salad and fruit. I was eyeing the dessert table mostly though – and yes, I did try one of everything on that dessert table.
They were all very delicious! Our server was polite and really on it, greeting us and chatting with us. On top of that, there was live music. What was really exciting was going under the Golden Gate bridge – although the waters did get a little bit choppy. You’re able to walk out onto the deck, which is perfect for a nice warm day. I had a great time and I’d definitely go again – it’s a completely different experience than what we’re used to here in Vancouver!