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Baltimore Water Taxi
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Today 7AM–11PM
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901 S Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231
901 South BroadwayUSMarylandBaltimore21231
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"The staff operating the water taxi were very efficient."
"Not try to be a social media darling and an excuse for Happy Hour parties."
"Fun way to experience the Harbor."
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Joseph Buckles
a month ago
The staff operating the water taxi were very efficient. I think $14 for riding all day is worth it. The water taxi itself is sort of a nice escape onto the water from the crowded streets. I can see it being really useful if you were an early partier since it shuts down 11pm but very useful.
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Stephanie Slagle
11 months ago
We were visiting, from TN, our daughter who lives in Dundalk and loved everything about our first visit to Baltimore Harbor in July and that's why we are back (October) with more family to experience it again, hope they like it as well as we did.
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Gregory McNeill
2 weeks ago
Fun way to experience the Harbor.
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David Dianne
3 years ago
During our July 2013 vacation we took one day to make use of the Water Taxi service. A true bargain at 12 dollars a day, which starts at 10 a.m. and runs all the way till 11 p.m. We started in the inner harbor and went to Fort McHenry (requires a transfer at the Fells Point taxi stop). No problem. After Fort McHenry we returned to Fells Point and began our tour of the area. After a bit of shopping (and buying) we returned to the taxi stand and got on the boat which headed to Canton Waterfront Park and then on to Captain James Landing where we feasted on the crabs. The Crab Shack is 20 feet from the taxi stand (dock) and is very laid back. For us whenever we wanted to move on, it was a short wait until the taxi showed up and took us on our way. It you use the Water Taxi they give you a list of coupons that are worth the effort to use. One word of caution would be to call ahead to insure they are still in business. A few locations we had heard about and were looking to check out had been closed. The water taxi is a definate winner when it comes to price and performance while on vacation within the Inner Harbor area.
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Matt R
a month ago
Cheap way to get out onto the water and catch a breeze on a hot day. Take the red line from Inner Harbor to Fell's Point, grab some ice cream (or a beer) and ride back for a pleasant afternoon.
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Deshawn Duval
a year ago
I use to ride it daily when i was in the city, but they started this new "Happy hour" thing, where they were pushing you to go to bars and "Drink with them" It just seems odd that a form of transportation is interested in getting people to do to Happy Hour. It seems like some fraternity or sorority took over marketing. I hope they get back to what they do best and that is move people. Not try to be a social media darling and an excuse for Happy Hour parties.
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Response from the owner - a year ago
Thank you for your review. I'm sorry you feel our social media has detracted from the service. I want to assure you this is not the case. We are still committed to providing our customers with safe, professional, and efficient service both on land and water. our "Happy Hour" campaign is designed to showcase our advertisers listed in the Water Taxi guide. Some of these advertiser are bars and restaurants but not all of them. Family friendly "Happy Hour" locations are schedule this summer (posted on Twitter & Facebook). Also, during these events we will offer participants a deeply discounted Frequent Floater Individual/Buddy/Family Pass, coupons, and an assortment of game prizes.
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C Cobane
a year ago
Inconsistent and undependable. No boat in 45 minutes, stranded my wife and I. Bought a day pass for both at $14 each, what a joke. Stick with Uber!
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Angela Morley
4 years ago
Not your typical water taxi, in a bad way. No hailing VHF channel or dockside point to point service. It's not really a taxi, but a water shuttle instead between predetermined locations only.
Response from the owner - 4 years ago
Gela – You are absolutely correct. We operate more like a ‘Water Bus’ system with designate routes, Landings (stops), and transfer points. Since a majority of the promenade surrounding the Baltimore Harbor is owned by the City, its use and our ability to pickup/drop-off is restricted. As far as an ‘on-call’ service with ‘point-to-point’ service – stay tuned. We are working on that for the 2012 season.

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