Rowing in Washington, D. C.


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  • Capitol River Cruises
    Recently celebrating 23 years of delighting passengers, the maritime crew at Capitol River Cruises supplies a memorable yet speedy method of taking in Washington, DC's historical highlights. The crew whisks new passengers away from Washington Harbor every hour on afternoon boat tours that navigate the famous Potomac River. Two tour vessels, the Nightingale and his son, Nightingale II, house refreshments as guides supply historically astute narration. Their narration, combined with the unobstructed views granted by the Potomac, create an illuminating way to explore sites such as the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, and US Capitol.
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    31st & K Street NW
    Washington, DC US
  • 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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    1300 Maine Avenue Southwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Valley Mill Kayak School
    Winding through Valley Mill's 60-acre forest, the Haunted Trail at Spooky Hollow snakes across a mysterious land filled with living, breathing night-scaries, terrifying props, and shoulder-shuttering sound effects. Guided by the flicker of dim candlelight, visitors journey through the forest for 25 scream-tingling minutes of surprises, shocks, and mentionable memories. This two-for-one fright fest also gets you admission to the Hollow Hayride, a well-padded roll through the oldest part of Valley Mill forest sprinkled with random acts of non-touching violence, which are scary nonetheless. More than just spooky, Spooky Hollow's grounds are designed with safe, interactive, and edible areas for all ages, including food vendors, carnival games, and accessible bathrooms for people with nice pants.
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    15101 Seneca Rd.
    Germantown, MD US
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