Experience some of Washington's greatest historical landmarks with the Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises as you travel the Potomac River along the shores of Washington DC.
Your lunch or dinner cruise will depart from Pier 4 at 6th and Water Streets in southwest Washington DC, about 2 miles from the United States Capitol as you board the magnificent Spirit of Washington.
Stroll the luxurious outdoor decks or lounge throughout the climate-controlled interior decks for an experience that ensures your utmost comfort and relaxation. Dine with excellent service and a sumptuous meal before you take a quick spin on the dance floor or just sit back and enjoy the great music from the onboard DJ.
Snap endless photos of incredible views spotlighting National Harbor, Old Town Alexandria, the Capitol Dome and the Washington Monument during the day or gaze in awe as these incredible landmarks come to life at night with glittering lights that contrast with the night sky.
Spend some time in the rooftop lounge, where you can enjoy the live music from the onboard DJ, relax with a delicious cocktail to make relaxing on this splendid cruise even easier than you imagined. Pair a wonderful and flavorful wine with the picturesque scenery that can be experienced on this terrific cruise, and make some cherished memories on your next vacation to the Washington DC area.
These lunch and dinner cruises are the best way to spend a part of your day in the Washington DC area, providing splendid sightseeing opportunities, as well as some amazing and tasty food to enjoy as you are taken around to explore some of the most popular sites in the greater DC area. Spend some time on one of these cruises and you'll be sure to thoroughly enjoy your day.
See some impressive and well-known tourist sites, such as the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, the Pentagon, and many more. Make sure to bring along your camera for this splendid cruise, as you can capture some of the most beautiful images of the Washington DC area to take home and show to your friends and family.
As for your delicious meal aboard these wonderful Spirit Cruises, you can enjoy a terrific and wide array of buffet foods prepared specifically for your cruise. With so many options to choose from, picking what you want to eat could be the most difficult part of this excursion. Whatever you end up going with in terms of food, you can rest assured that it will taste magnificent.
With entree options such as Atlantic Cod, beef short ribs, roasted pork loin, and sesame chicken for the cruises, you can be sure that it will be a hearty and mouthwatering meal for everyone who attends. Sides and salads are also an important and delightful portion of this meal, as they have choices like an organic spinach and kale salad, Mediterranean couscous and chickpea salad, roasted broccoli, baked ziti, and so much more. After you eat all of your main courses, you will be treated to a delectable dessert option, which will perfectly round off the entire meal.
Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner cruises provide guests with an unparalleled experience and a uniquely superior way to see Washington DC.
Dinner cruise appropriate attire for men includes slacks and a polo or a button-down shirt. Dinner cruise appropriate attire for women includes nice slacks, capri pants or a sundress. Collarless t-shirts, jeans, shorts, and sneakers are strongly discouraged. Casual attire is fine for all other cruises.
The Spirit of Washington features cruise style seating. The majority of the tables accommodate four to eight people and guests are sometimes seated with other parties.
About the Spirit of Washington
This impressive yacht can carry up to 500 guests and private decks are available for rental. Four large exterior decks and a rooftop observation deck delight visitors with magnificent city views.
About the Sights
Reagan National Airport: The nearest commercial airport to Washington DC. It's just three miles south of downtown Washington DC.
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.
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.
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.
Fort Lesley J. McNair: A US Army post that has been in existence for more than 200 years.
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.