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Baltimore Water Taxi
Based on 98 traveler reviews
Easy way to get around
Nov 25, 2013 by: mvvacation from Camp Hill
The water taxis make it very easy to get from one end of Inner Harbor to another area. However they do not run in the winter months. In the summer it is sometimes hard to get on.
Not your average taxi ride!
Nov 25, 2013 by: cleanwaterguy7 from Baltimore, Maryland
Enjoy getting around town and out on the water at the same time. Bring your camera, the views of the city from the water are unbeatable!
Harborplace -- Fell's Point Water Taxi
Nov 23, 2013 by: NeoWasHere from Frederick, Maryland
We walked to the Inner Harbor from Fell's Point and didn't feel like walking back so we caught a one way water taxi ride back as the sun was setting. Adults - $7/person and they only accept cash if you pay on the boat. We sat outside so we could get a better view of the harbor and take some pictures. It was a little cold but not to the point where we were shivering or anything. We got to see the Domino Sugar plant, Under Armour HQ sign, Rusty Scupper restaurant, Pier 6 Pavilion, Lighthouse, and National Aquarium up close from the water.
Fun way to get around Baltimore
Nov 19, 2013 by: dfc9258 from North Wales, Pennsylvania
Very convenient and fun way to get around Baltimore. $12 per person for a full day isn't bad if you use if ofter. No credit cards were accepted so bring cash. Make sure you are aware of the direction of the boat so you don't miss your lunch appointmen like us!
Excellent service, good price
Nov 18, 2013 by: Ray S from Tipton, Missouri
A caveat: The reason for a four and not a five is that we compared the taxi and captain/mate to a water-taxi tour in Gloucester, MA harbor a few months prior. That was over the top. The Baltimore taxi was prompt, on time and the mate was congenial on all legs; the captain professional and non talkative. However the taxi did get us from spot to spot with great dispatch and we were able to see the many sights of the Baltimore harbor.
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