Photo by Martin_Kalfatovic.
Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest:
- A nice look at the water taxi.
- 4th of July parade and concert at Rose Park starting at 4:30.
Photo by Oblivious Dude.
It was back in April that GM first reported that a company named American River Taxi was planning on introducing a water taxi between Georgetown, the SW waterfront, and Nationals Park. After making promises to start in the spring, nothing more was heard from the company. GM feared that the idea never got off the ground (or into the water, if you will).
While the company originally talked about having taxis service between Georgetown, the SW waterfront, Nationals Park, and Alexandria, it appears that they’re leaving out Alexandria in the initial phase. Continue reading
Georgetown Waterfront by Oblivious Dude.
Last August, GM reported that a water taxi route may open between Nationals Stadium and Georgetown. The hope didn’t pan out last season, but there’s reason to believe that Georgetown may soon finally get itself a water taxi.
JD Land is reporting that American River Taxi is planning to start up a river taxi service between Nationals Stadium, the Gangplank Marina in SW, Alexandria and Georgetown. There are only a few details, but the service is supposed to start up during the second quarter. Continue reading
It was just announced that water taxi service would finally be provided to Nationals games. The initial reports said that likely points of call would include Alexandria and National Harbor. But the excelent SW SE DC blog JDLand got a list of what companies would be offering the service. On that list is Capitol River Cruises, which operates out of Georgetown. It’s unclear whether this means they’ll start offering water taxis service between Georgetown and the stadium, but it sure would be a fun way to get there and back.