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Climb Aboard the Harbor Queen by Watermark

Here in Annapolis, we claim the Chesapeake Bay, the nation’s largest estuary, as our very own playground. With countless rivers, streams, and coves spanning over five hundred miles of the shoreline – there are plenty of ways to play on the water. Spend the afternoon paddle boarding through the areas winding inlets, take a sunset tour through the Harbor, or learn to sail on your own! There is something for everyone, no matter the age.

Watermark
Image courtesy of Patrick McNamara

One of the best ways to truly experience Annapolis’ beautiful historic seaport is aboard Watermark Cruises signature tour boat, the Harbor Queen. Sit back and relax during a 40-minute informative cruise along the Annapolis Harbor and the banks of the U.S. Naval Academy.

Watermark
Image courtesy of Patrick McNamara

Your Captain will provide a detailed, cruise that will be sure to open your eyes to that magic of this special maritime town. Guided by stories and historical facts along the way, visitors and locals alike will agree that this is the perfect introduction to Annapolis!

Watermark
Image courtesy of Patrick McNamara

Dating back 45 years, this well-known tour company is part of the very fabric of historic Annapolis. They immerse people in the history, culture, and fun of the Chesapeake Bay region by providing a number of charters, walking tours, water taxis, events, and more. Be sure to book your experience soon!

 

Videography and photos courtesy of Patrick McNamara of Drawn to the Image.

Kat Spitzer, Blogger
Kat Spitzer

Kat Spitzer is the author of The Happy Hypochondriac and The Happy Hypochondriac Survives World Travel. She also writes the Happy Hypochondriac humor blog at www.happyhypochondriac.com. She is a columnist and freelancer for various newspapers and magazines, and is currently working on her third book. Kat is also the owner and instructor of Miss Dawson’s School for Well-Mannered Individuals, an etiquette program in Annapolis (www.MissDawsons.com). She graduated from Vanderbilt University and Vermont Law School, and lives in Annapolis with her husband and two children.