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Washington DC 4th of July Plated Dinner Cruise

1.5 (2)
Washington, US
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Washington DC 4th of July Plated Dinner Cruise

1.5 (2)
Washington, US
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Experience the ultimate 4th of July celebration with our Washington DC 4th of July Plated Dinner Cruise. Set sail on the iconic Potomac River and indulge in a chef-prepared 3-course dinner while taking in breathtaking views of Washington, D.C.'s landmarks. As the sun sets, get ready for an incredible fireworks display that will leave you in awe. Dance the night away to live DJ entertainment and enjoy unlimited coffee, hot tea, iced tea, and water. With guaranteed front-row seats for the fireworks and attentive tableside service, this is a celebration you won't want to miss. Book now and make this 4th of July one to remember.

About this experience

  • Non Refundable There is no return, refund or cancellation possible with this product
  • 3 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • Unforgettable celebration of 4th of July
  • Chef-prepared 3-course plated dinner
  • Front-row seats for stunning fireworks display
  • Spectacular views of city's landmarks
  • Live DJ entertainment
  • 3-course plated dinner with attentive tableside service
  • Live DJ entertainment
  • Guaranteed table for your party size
  • Unlimited coffee, hot tea, iced tea, and water
  • Gratuities

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Introduction

The Washington DC 4th of July Plated Dinner Cruise is the ultimate way to celebrate Independence Day and explore the wonders of the city from a unique perspective. This unforgettable experience takes you on a captivating journey along the Potomac River, offering stunning views, delectable gourmet cuisine, and a festive ambiance that will leave you in awe.

What to Expect?

Embark on a 3-hour dinner cruise, immersing yourself in the beauty of Washington, D.C.'s landmarks, all while indulging in a sumptuous 3-course plated dinner served with impeccable tableside service. Savor every bite of the chef-prepared menu as you enjoy unlimited coffee, hot tea, iced tea, and water. With front-row seats aboard this magnificent ship, you can anticipate a spectacular fireworks display that will ignite the night sky, making your 4th of July truly unforgettable.

Who is this For?

This experience is perfect for anyone seeking an enchanting and unique celebration of Independence Day. Whether you're a local resident or a visitor to the city, this cruise caters to all ages and interests. Share the magic with loved ones, friends, and family as you create memories that will last a lifetime. Don't miss out on this exceptional opportunity to immerse yourself in the charm of Washington, D.C. on its most celebrated day of the year.

Why Book This?

Indulge in an extraordinary experience that combines breathtaking views, delectable dining, and a festive atmosphere. Celebrate the spirit of America's birthday while surrounded by iconic landmarks, including the Jefferson Memorial and Washington Monument. The dance floor awaits you with a live DJ, making sure every moment is filled with joy and energy. With a guaranteed table for your party, you can relax and savor the journey while embracing the awe-inspiring sights and sounds of the nation's capital.

Good to Know

For your convenience, the cruise departs from Pier 4, located at 580 Water Street SW. We recommend using ride share services for transportation. This experience offers a fantastic itinerary, passing by Arlington National Cemetery, the Jefferson Memorial, the Washington Monument, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and the enchanting Potomac River. Don't miss this opportunity to witness the city's architectural marvels from a unique vantage point while enjoying the freedom to move between the climate-controlled interior and open-air outdoor decks.

Reviews

Previous participants have raved about the Washington DC 4th of July Plated Dinner Cruise, applauding its exceptional panoramic views, friendly staff, and unforgettable ambiance. Guests have left with lasting memories of a magical evening, saying it exceeded their expectations and was the most outstanding way to celebrate Independence Day. Join the chorus of satisfied customers and book your spot on this enchanting cruise that is sure to become a highlight of your visit to Washington, D.C.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Arlington National Cemetery

(Pass by)

Arlington National Cemetery

Jefferson Memorial

(Pass by)

Jefferson Memorial

Washington Monument

(Pass by)

Washington Monument,

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

(Pass by)

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Potomac River

(Pass by)

Potomac River

Reviews

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1.5 (2)

E176VJlesliew

Way overpriced for the experience. Food was mediocre. Service was mediocre. Bathrooms ran out of toliet paper. Think we should have paid half of what we paid.

jilleU928HI

Oh, where do I start with my dissatisfaction? First off if I could give this experience no stars I would. The only real positive was there was an open bar. My experience was with a tour (which the tour agency was made fully aware of my scathing dissatisfaction). There were about 23 of us. We boarded the boat between 6:30-6:45 pm. As we were directed to the two tables that were reserved one was looking out the windows while the other was looking at a white wall (was this table an afterthought or is there where they stick the tour people?). This table was also in the middle of the boat so not only did we have the white wall as our view but above us where the white beams and no windows (I wish I would have taken pictures of the table and its proximity to the white wall). Our table could see into the galley where waitstaff gathered their items. Definitely an afterthought to squeeze another 10 people in. Since my husband and I were the last to be seated guess what table we were stuck with? Technically the table we were at should have been for 8 seats, but they had 10 chairs packed in. I can tell you the chairs were touching, and you could not move them. We had to ask the waitress to add small table so we could have some space. Had they not brought the extra table I can tell you that literally none of us would have been able to sit down (or crawling over chairs to sit down) and if we did then we would not be able to move our arms and hands to eat our food. That's how crammed in we were. Though our waitress was friendly enough it took her a lot of time to get our drinks. We just ended up getting our own drinks. Not sure of when the boat pulled from the dock. I'm thinking around 7:00 7:15. Fireworks were scheduled for 9:09 pm. Dinner took forever! Rolls that were set out were stale. My roasted arugula and roasted peach salad had a tiny sliver of canned (?) roasted peach slice and my salad was drenched in dressing while my husband had 3 slices of peaches on his salad. I must have received the guy across the table's share of the salad dressing on my salad because he didn't get any dressing on his salad. My husband liked his Salmon and I ordered he skirt steak (cooked fine but not crazy about the gravy on it which was served. obviously was my personal taste and not necessarily how it was prepared). Dinner finally arrived at 9:00. Yes 9:00 (fireworks at 9:09). Of course, we were one of the last tables to get served so people were already out on the small deck to get their spot to observe the fireworks. After wolfing down some of my meal (I ended up leaving some of it because the fireworks had already begun). When I got out onto the deck, I really could not see much because of the people standing in front of me (5 1' height here so guess what my view was like. Had to hold my phone up above people's heads) (you could not view the fireworks from the side of the boat because the boat's front was facing the fireworks). This boat I'm sure had its max of 200 people on it so imagine how many people were crammed on the deck! When the fireworks started, they were farther away than expected (pictures included). What a joke! For this dinner cruise to boast about the fireworks yet I have seen nicer and closer fireworks from my own back yard! Frustrated I went back inside and sat at my viewless table. Waitstaff had already taken my plate. Looking straight ahead I could see the fireworks from the table, but they were smaller than being out on deck and I had the panes of the window obstructing the view. The dessert table was a joke. No organization whatsoever! Imagine 200 people trying to get dessert from a small table. The dance floor was as big as a postage stamp. I did manage however, to get outside for a bit to walk around the boat (before dinner so I could at least get some daylight scenery since my view from my dinner seat was a white wall and before it became dark). Also wanted to add that from the outside the white wall our table had as a view houses what looked to be the air condition/heating unit for the boat. I don't know what the cost was since this was included as part of my tour but looking on TripAdvisor and see the price of $350+ is an absolute joke!
Collected by Evendo, Tripadvisor & Viator
2024-04-17 06:38