With the DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises, you'll be treated to a pristine time of DC sightseeing, complete with dining and live entertainment.
Cruise along the Potomac River after you set sail from the Southwest Waterfront, the smallest of Washington's four quadrants. Aboard the luxurious glass-encased Odyssey, you'll pass by magnificent areas of Washington DC like the Lincoln Memorial and the Georgetown waterfront as you travel north.
Enjoy a delicious expertly crafted meal as you dine at your own pace before you head to the dance floor for great music and entertainment from the live four-piece band. A new plated menu offers more vegetarian and gluten-free options for those with specific dietary needs.
The DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises are great for formal gatherings and romantic outings and offer an unprecedented time while visiting Washington DC.
Acceptable dinner cruise attire for men is collared shirts and dress pants. Acceptable dinner cruise attire for women is a dress or dressy casual clothing. Nice, designer jeans are acceptable. For all other cruises, dressy casual attire is acceptable. Casual jeans, t-shirts, athletic shoes and flip flops are discouraged for all cruises.
Guests will be greeted and escorted to a private table.
About the DC Odyssey
The sophisticated DC Odyssey is a glass-encased beauty that proudly displays gorgeous views of the DC skyline through the crystal clear glass. This vessel can accommodate up to 600 guests and the wrap around exterior deck allows for incredible panoramic views.
Sights To See
- Torpedo Factory: An art center on the shore of the Potomac River. It's home to six galleries and two workshops and attracts 500,000 visitors each year.
- Woodrow Wilson Bridge: A drawbridge that connects Virginia and Maryland and a portion of the bridge crosses into the District of Columbia. It's the only bridge in the US that crosses the borders of three jurisdictions.
- Old Town Alexandria: The historic center of Alexandria, featuring boutiques, theaters, restaurants and more. It's located along the western bank of the Potomac River.
- Reagan National Airport: The nearest commercial airport to Washington DC. It's just three miles south of downtown Washington DC.
- Fort Lesley J. McNair: A US Army post that has been in existence for more than 200 years.
- Jones Point Lighthouse: A lighthouse that was built in 1855. It's listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
- US Naval Research Laboratory: The research laboratory for the US Navy and US Marine Corps. It features a large satellite dish visible from the Hudson River.