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Seasonal sightseeing cruises, with seaports including Alexandria’s historic waterfront, Georgetown, Nationals Park baseball stadium, and George Washington’s Mount Vernon. Sightseeing highlights include the Washington monuments plus pirate cruises...more
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No traffic. No metro congestion. Just open water and beers. Also if the game goes to extra innings, don't have to worry about metro shutting down, the boat waits for you. The most hassle free delivery to a baseball game.
Would not recommend the Potomac Boat Tour with this company. Boat was old, dirty and unpleasant. It was not a guided tour, but a recording of a guide playing in the background that we couldnt hear bc the boat was so load. Had to move...More
The boat was a good size for the number of people. It docked in Alexandria, which looks to be a fun town to visit as well. It made a couple of stops before it set out to Mount Vernon. We enjoyed the ride there and...More
We've been to DC many times and are always looking for something new and interesting to do. Our daughter, who lives in the area, treated us to this fun and interesting way to see the sights and learn about them at the same time. You...More
We attended a wedding on the Cherry Blossom paddle wheel river boat. It was a very nice ceremony with the Washington monument and Capital building in the background. It was a very nice cruise and a nice wedding venue.
We caught the river boat at the old Alexandria waterfront. The ride is 1 hour in each direction. We saw the Washington Monument, Lincoln memorial, Jefferson memorial, from the river. Good commentary. You can get off at Georgetown river front and spend a few hours...More