Traveling via riverboat has a number of advantages: there are no traffic jams, it’s OK for the hitchhikers to have hooks for hands, and if you hit a deer it's definitely the deer's fault. Steer clear with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for a one-hour boat cruise for two ($24 value)
- $35 for a four-hour boat cruise for two with a stop at Tim’s Rivershore Restaurant and Crabhouse ($60 value)
- $250 for a private charter for up to 60 people ($500 value)
A minimum of 10 guests are required for weekday trips, which are scheduled based on demand. For the four-hour cruises, Saturday trips depart at 6:15 p.m. and last until 11 p.m.; Sunday trips depart at 10:15 p.m. and last until 2:45 p.m. There are two boats for the private charter: the Miss Rivershore holds up to 38 people and the Riverloop holds up to 60 people.
Rivers are difficult to navigate without a watercraft or a fish tail, which is why the owners of Rivershore Charters launched their 50-foot pontoon boat, the Miss Rivershore, to provide customers an enjoyable way of experiencing the scenic Occoquan River, a river banked by lush, flourishing greenery and stately homes. Available for private charters, fishing excursions, and bird-watching tours, the Miss Rivershore accommodates up to 38 passengers, as it floats down the Occoquan, and the Riverloop holds up to 60 people.
During relaxed jaunts downriver, as eagles, ospreys, and herons patrol the skies or trick raccoons into selling their valuables for a song, the ship's captain relates historical anecdotes and intriguing tidbits about landmarks. As fans of the local food scene, crew members also happily ferry passengers to and from riverside eateries and can serve beer and wine onboard.
93% of 270 customers recommend
“Good for people who want to have a relaxing time floating on the river.”
“Great ride and ask questions that you have.”
“CAPT Mark is great!”