60- or 90-Minute Potomac River Cherry Blossom Cruise from Capital Yacht Charters (Up to 54% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Cruises along the Potomac River afford views of blossoming cherry trees, as well as the Washington Monument and Jefferson Memorial

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 21st, 2013. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $20 for one ticket for a 60-minute Cherry Blossom cruise (a $43.19 value, including service fees)
  • $25 for one ticket for a 90-minute Cherry Blossom cruise (a $53.74 value, including service fees)

In 1912, the mayor of what was then Tokyo City, Japan, gifted more than 3,000 cherry trees to the people of Washington, DC, to celebrate the friendly relationship between Japan and the United States. Today, cruise-goers can enjoy the beauty of the blossoms that still line the Potomac right at the peak of their springtime splendor. Aboard the Pelican (for 90-minute cruises) or another motor yacht (for 60-minute cruises), guests will also spot national sights such as the Pentagon, the Washington Monument, and the US Capitol Building. Passengers of all ages are welcome with a ticket and tours depart rain or shine from the Washington Marina.

Capital Yacht Charters

Capital Yacht Charters' fleet of luxury yachts cruises DC's waterways for corporate parties, sightseeing tours, and special events. Cruises such as Salsa Night or Rhythmic Jazz Series leisurely motor along the Potomac River, affording guests the chance to ogle the capital's most famous sights. Each of their luxury yachts is climate-controlled, has restrooms, and also comes equipped with a full bar with snacks for munching.

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