Dinner Cruise, Washington D.C.

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  • Spirit of Washington
    Spirit of Washington
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    The Odyssey: Another Dinner Cruise

    by seagoingJLW Written Apr 11, 2003

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    Carneros Dining Room

    There are three modern, climate controlled dining rooms. the atmosphere is similar to a European canalship.

    The Captain's bridge is open to all passengers during most of the cruise.

    The menu consists of hors d'oeuvres, appetizers, entrees and desserts. The wine list is very good here.

    The dance floors offer live music from classic jazz to modern favorites. The music is offered by a five piece band, a soft piano, and most things in between.

    This ship is low enough to travel beneath the historic bridges across the Potomac. There are newly renovated glass windowed dining rooms that allow you to see the many sights as you sail along. You will also pass the Jefferson Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument and the Watergate Hotel. There is also an open air perimeter deck.

    Dress Code: Dress up for this cruise. You will be dining, dancing and enjoying cocktails and wine.

    Jackets are recommended for the men and cocktail dresses for the women.

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    Spirit of Washington: One of the Dinner Cruises

    by seagoingJLW Updated Apr 11, 2003

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    Spirit of Washington

    Take a dinner cruise on the Spirit of Washington. It's a lovely ride on the Potomac River. The waiters double as entertainers.

    You will see all the sights along

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