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Baltimore Water Taxi
Based on 374 traveler reviews
Mostly good but some issues to note...
Jan 21, 2015 by: drlynnrose from Rockville, Maryland
I have taken this Water Taxi many times in the past few years. It is a scenic way to get from place to place along the Baltimore Harbor, Fells Point, Ft. McHenry, etc. The staff is generally nice and accommodating. Upon boarding and paying for your ticket, you will be given a brochure that contains a series of "coupons" that you can use in a variety of stores and restaurants around the taxi's route. Most of the time, the wait for a taxi at the Harbor or a connecting site is short; however, and this is a "big" however, there have been times that I have waited more than ONE HOUR. There are only a few taxis on the route that go to Ft. McHenry and when it is crowded on weekends or holidays, the wait can be unbearable. One time, after one of these long waits, my family gave up and had to call for a "land" taxi. Another note is for those with physical disabilities or difficulty in walking or standing. There are NO or very few benches or areas to "sit" and wait for the taxis. This is most notably at Fells Point where the wait can sometimes be long. You have to wait in line along the dock without the assistance of benches.
Best way to travel in Baltimore
Jan 18, 2015 by: BaliHaiH15 from Beach Haven, New Jersey
This is the best way to see Baltimore from the water. The taxi takes you to neighborhoods that only the "insiders" know about. For example, take the taxi to the Canton dock and walk three blocks north to O'Donnell Square, or stop in Fells Point for a history lesson, or Captain James dock for some crabs or eat in their unique ship-shaped restaurant. Fun time all around.
A darn nice part of
Jan 08, 2015 by: Karen B from Woodstown, New Jersey, United States
Our trip to Baltimore would not have been complete without the days pass and ease of transportation with the water taxi. Gives you the rest and calming affect you need from one spot to the next.
Jan 08, 2015 by: Choochootutt from Frederick, Maryland
Great wat to get around the harbor and see the sites. Easy way to get to Fells Point. Sit in the sun or under the canopy
Worth the price!
Jan 07, 2015 by: Harry W from Dover, Delaware
The best way to move around the Inner Harbor. Sure you can walk between many of the stops but why not take a boat ride across the harbor and take in the sites? Be sure to buy the one day unlimited pass: it comes with coupons that more than pay for the pass.
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