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Baltimore Water Taxi
Based on 349 traveler reviews
Awesome and unique way to travel the Inner Harbor.
Nov 24, 2014 by: ksweeley from Baltimore, Maryland
This is an awesome way to travel the Inner Harbor via the water by boat. Very friendly crew who were very helpful with guiding everyone. Took this during the Sailabration event.
Fun! Fun! Fun!
Nov 19, 2014 by: albert d from Virginia Beach, Virginia
Pay the $12 dollars per person for a great day on the water. This an all day Ticket. The mates were very helpful in identifying the all the stops.
Great Way to See the Inner Harbor
Nov 14, 2014 by: Joan M from Berlin, Maryland
For a $12 all day pass, this is a great to see Baltimore's Inner Harbor and a great way to go boating. I took the water taxi on a beautiful sunny day in October and got off in Fells Point to stroll & see the shops, my next stop was getting off at Harbor East/Little Italy area to see this upcoming and very new area in Baltimore and back to Pratt Street. If I had the time and the chance to do this again, I would certainly take the water taxi again. Only regret is that I did not start out earlier to go out and see Fort McHenry by Boat.
It's the way to see the harbor
Nov 13, 2014 by: ottofueler from Nashville, Tennessee
I liked being able to take the Water Taxi to most parts of the harbor. In a short amount of time you can see all the places fit to see around the water. Stop at a location, and walk around until you wish to get back on the water taxi to go off to another spot. Love it.
Inexpensive way to get around and view the city from the water
Nov 12, 2014 by: travelgal058 from Wisconsin, USA
We were traveling with a wheelchair and found that we could not get on/off at all stops due to the tide. Use the stops with floating docks if you have any mobility issues. The watertaxis run year round but do limit how many stops, so check the current schedule in advance. They can also be cancelled due to weather. There is heavy duty plastic that surrounds the taxi to keep the wind out. They are not heated or air conditioned. They are long benches all the way around rather than seats. We found it a good way to see the city from the water and save money on the regular taxis to see the sights. There are no other boats running in November, so we were disappointed.
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