45 Minute Cruises
Step aboard Annapolitan II for a 45-minute cruise introducing Baltimore, its history and the renaissance of the Inner Harbor. Baltimore Harbor cruises are a fun take on a city of Baltimore tour. Whether you are in town visiting, work or live in the area, this Baltimore Harbor cruise is a great way to get out on the water and see the city. The Annapolitan II features full beverage service, a comfortable climate controlled lower deck and an open deck perfect for sightseeing and enjoying the water breezes. See and learn about Federal Hill, the city skyline, the Domino Sugar refinery, Fells Point, the USS Constellation and catch a glimpse of Fort McHenry. Our narration is entertaining and educational.
Baltimore is a fascinating city to see from the water and a Baltimore boat cruise should be at the top of everyone’s list when planning what to do in Baltimore. When it comes to Baltimore boat rides and choosing Baltimore boat tours, Watermark offers clean, comfortable, climate controlled vessels that are handicapped accessible and have restrooms. Look for our big red boat and our big purple boat docked at the Light Street Finger Piers.
Kids Cruise Free on Mondays! Looking for a family friendly activity in Maryland? With each purchase of an adult ticket for a 45-minute Harbor Cruise, a child cruises free on Mondays excluding holidays. Inner Harbor Cruises are very family friendly and fun!
Beer, wine, mixed drinks and non-alcoholic beverages plus snacks available for purchase.
- $6/Children 3-11
- 2 and under free
|Schedule 2013||Monday-Thursdays||Fridays||Weekends & Holidays|
|April 13- October 13||1 & 3 pm||1, 2, 3 & 4 pm||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 pm*|
*7 pm cruises end September 3
All cruises depart from the Light Street Finger Piers. Tickets may be purchased at the Watermark Ticket Kiosk on the dock. Find our big red boat and big purple boat in between the Science Center & Baltimore Visitor Center. Please visit our Cruise Calendar for our most current daily schedules.
Any cruise may be canceled because of severe weather, mechanical breakdown or lack of participation.