With 350 breathtaking waterfront acres, National Harbor offers an unparalleled view of the scenic Potomac—and yet, there are those who prefer a view not of the water, but from the water. For those of you who favor starboard over shore, we’re pleased to offer the option of chartering a private vessel and crew. From intimate affairs to elaborate outings, our esteemed yachting and boating partners are standing by to deliver truly exceptional embarkations.
Set sail on the glass-enclosed Odyssey for a two- to four hour escape on the water. Enjoy panoramic views, live entertainment, and dancing while dining on creative appetizers, entrees, and desserts prepared on-board daily by our Executive Chef. Perfect for special occasions, company outings, weddings, and more! The Odyssey sails out of Southwest DC and National Harbor, MD. Check our website to see what dates the Odyssey is docked at National Harbor, or call to request a specific date for your group.
National Elite Private Yacht
Amenities on-board the National Elite include a main dining salon, granite-topped bar, atrium dance floor, grand staircase, richly appointed lounge, full service galley, flying bridge sundeck, large panoramic windows, and four open air decks. This 124 ft. long and 24 ft. wide beauty also offers a private bridal changing suite with private bathroom to help you prepare for your most special day. This yacht can comfortably accommodate up to 149 guests for all types of events.
Spirit of Washington Cruises
Come aboard the Spirit of Washington for a festive cruise on the Potomac River. You’ll enjoy bountiful buffets, dancing, DJ entertainment, and beautiful views of the historic waterfront. Whether you’re sailing in a party of two or 600 you’ll find the Spirit of Washington is the perfect setting for any celebration. The Spirit of Washington sails out of Southwest DC and National Harbor, MD. Check our website to see what dates the Spirit is docked at National Harbor, or call to request a specific date for your group.
137 National Plaza, Ste. 300
Docked at Commercial Pier