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In honor of the Washington Nationals’ first-round draft-pick Stephen Strasburg, we set out to answer the age-old debate once and for all: Which is faster? A Strasburg fastball or a speedboat? After weeks of figuring out how to use a high-speed camera, we finally captured photographic evidence that hands down ends this debate:
With today’s Groupon, $10 gets you a 45-minute speedboat and sightseeing tour with Seadog Cruises (a $20 value). Race along the water while enjoying DC’s beautiful sights. Choose between two different Seadog Cruises:
- DC Monument tour: Head down the Potomac and tour the monuments from the water, including the Washington Monument, the Jefferson Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial. Take this tour Tuesday through Friday.
- The National Harbor Tour: Leave National Harbor and go down the Potomac to learn about the Wilson Bridge, Old Town Alexandria, Jones Point Lighthouse, Fort Washington, and Mount Vernon. Take this tour any weekend.
Click here for detailed directions to departure points for either tour.
This is the perfect chance to show your friends and family the city in a whole new way by maximizing the number of attractions you can see in one tour. Seadog Cruises provides a fresh perspective on local attractions that even the oldest Washingtonian (Mary Higgins, 106) can appreciate. Don’t miss out on a great deal on this exhilarating new way to see the city.
Seadog Cruises is new to DC, but the company has been in Chicago for a while. Chicago Yelpers give it four stars. Here’s what they’d want you to know: > * “All in all, it was interesting and fun. Our tour guide was humorous and gave interesting anecdotes of bits of info pertaining to the various buildings that are seen from the Chicago River.” – Ray C. > * “Its [sic] an awesome thing to do with a group of friends and they are actually very reasonably priced…” – Ren H.
The Fine Print
Walk-ups welcome Maximum 8 tickets per member 1,000 Groupons available Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.