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The Wharf plans new water taxi service

It will only take 20 minutes to go from Alexandria to The Wharf

By this time next year, there will be a brand new water taxi system at The Wharf, the 24-acre, mixed-use project currently under construction in Southwest D.C. by developer PN Hoffman. On the water taxi service, Washington Business Journal reported:

“Entertainment Cruises, which earlier this year acquired Potomac Riverboat Company, will launch daily water taxi routes late next year that will make stops in National Harbor, Alexandria, Georgetown, The Wharf, and Nationals Park ...”

Each boat will be able to hold up to 100 people. From March through December, the water taxis will stop at each location 10 times every day. From January through February, the water taxis will only stop at each location six to seven times per day. It will take 20 minutes to travel from Alexandria to The Wharf, reported the Washington Business Journal.

The fee for the water taxi service has yet to be disclosed.

The Wharf to bring new daily D.C. water taxi [Washington Business Journal]