Baltimore: Inner Harbor Harbor Boat Cruises by Watermark

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500 Light Street
Light Street Finger Piers
Baltimore, MD 21202

Types: Children/Kid-Friendly, Food and Drink, History
Price Ranges: $15-Adults/$6/Kids11under
Hours: Daily Now-Oct. 25
Phone: (410) 268-7601
website

Baltimore Inner Harbor Cruises by Watermark -Explore Baltimore's Inner Harbor-45-Minute Narrated Cruises - An Introduction to Baltimore & the Inner Harbor
 Baltimore Inner Harbor 45- Minute Cruises. Step aboard  for a 45-minute cruise introducing Baltimore and the renaissance of the Inner Harbor. See Federal Hill, the city skyline, Fells Point, the USS Constellation and catch a glimpse of Ft. McHenry. Join us today – welcome aboard! No reservations required. Come visit our newest vessel The Raven!

Beer, Wine, mixed drinks and non-alcoholic beverages plus snacks available for purchase.

All cruises depart from the Light Street Finger Piers. Tickets may be purchased at the Baltimore Visitor Center on Light Street, or at the Watermark Ticket Kiosk on the dock.

Walk-ups welcome!

Multiple annapolis cruises and charters also available!

Reviews

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A boat Cruise from Annapolis to Baltimore-wow, how cool is that!
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It goes to Annapolis? I didn't get that. The boat name is Annapoliian II but I think the cruise is just around the greater Harbor area, not to Annapolis proper. r
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Rob--I believe you are correct--the new Boat is a 45 min cruise by Watermark Journey that also has a lot of Annapolis Cruises! Thanks
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I took the cruise and it was a 45-minute tour of Baltimore Inner Harbor- very nice. When I went on their website I saw they also have cruises out of Annapolis (one that goes from Annapolis to St. Michaels and back) but they don't go from Annapolis to Baltimore.
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<p>All cruises depart from the Light Street Finger Piers. Tickets may be purchased at the Baltimore Visitor Center on Light Street, or at the Watermark Ticket Kiosk on the dock. Walk-ups welcome!</p>
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Watermark is bringing back the Baltimore to Annapolis day-cruise on 3 Wednesdays this summer. Departing from Baltimore Inner Harbor at 10:00 AM, arriving Annapolis 12:30,and getting back to Balto at 6:00 PM. Just over 3 hrs in downtown Annapolis. Jul 15, Aug 12, and Sept 16. Book on www.baltimoreboatcruises.com. The 45-min. Inner Harbor Cruises go 7 days/wk except for those 3 Wednesdays. It's a great ride! A/C on the lower deck, sunshine on the upper deck; full beverage service.
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This small cruise ship might be the perfect choice for those who would want to escape the city crowd one hour a day. I am sure i would enjoy to do so, it would be a nice way to finish a hard work day. I had been on few <a href="http://www.pinoybro.com/index.php/travel/european-cruises/400-mediterranean-cruises">Mediterranean cruises</a> and i loved it, it feels great to be on the open sea, it's just so relaxing and refreshing...
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I am looking forward to make a gateway with Watermark Cruises as it is one of the largest boat-tour operators in the city with a large fleet at its disposal. <a href="http://www.caboaction.com/">Cruises from New York</a>
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They also do Friday and Saturday night cruises (cool to see harbor lights). And there's a Kids Free Monday deal too.