Boat cruises are a relaxing way to explore local waterways, just as submarine cruises are a relaxing way to study sunken bicycles. Unwind atop the water with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $52 for a dinner cruise aboard the Spirit of Washington, redeemable Sunday–Friday (up to a $103.87 value)
- $60 for a dinner cruise aboard the Spirit of Washington, redeemable Saturday (a $116.87 value)
During a three-hour cruise, guests mingle on three climate-controlled decks and outdoor patios. They dig into an onboard buffet as the singing wait staff harmonize and a DJ spins energetic tunes. Boarding begins at 6:30 p.m. Monday–Thursday, 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 5:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Spirit of Washington
Pop melodies and melodious strains of jazz music spill out onto the shimmering waters of the Potomac River and National Harbor during excursions from Entertainment Cruises. The vocal harmonies don't come from performers on stage, but rather from a staff of musically trained waiters. During waterfront tours on four different ships, waiters entertain passengers as they drift by the capital's historic sights. The year-round schedule encompasses daytime, sunset, and moonlight trips, as well as seasonal themed cruises.
The Spirit of Washington and Spirit of Mount Vernon, modern, multilevel cruise ships with climate-controlled decks, host narrated tours that pass towering monuments or wend down the river to George Washington's historic home. The Odyssey, an elegant barge outfitted with glass-enclosed decks, is an aquatic center for lavish dinners and events. Captains helm the private yacht Capital Elite for small-group dining and boating excursions or games of hide-and-seek with larger boats.