DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises
With the DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises, you'll be treated to a pristine time of DC sightseeing, complete with dining and live entertainment. See the nation's capital in style from one of the best spots in the city- the DC Odyssey. These cruises are great for any event and any age group! Everyone will have a blast on the ship.
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.
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.
National War College: This is a school in the National Defense University where many military officers study.
National Harbor: This 300-acre waterfront area is home to shops, restaurants, and hotels.
Gaylord Hotel: This massive facility is the largest non-gaming hotel on the eastern seaboard.
About the DC OdysseyThe 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.
- What type of seating does DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises have?
There is indoor dining seating.
- What type of parking do you have?
There is paid parking available in the paved parking lot.
- Approximately how long is DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises?
Brunch and Lunch Cruises last Approximately 2 hours. Dinner Cruise lasts Approximately 2 1/2-3 hours.
- How many decks or levels are there aboard the DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises?
There are 3 decks.
- What lake or river does the DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises cruise on?
The cruises take you along the Potomac River.
- How many passengers does the boat hold?
The boat holds 440 passengers.
- What is the dress code?
Dress code is smart casual.