Cherry Blossom Boat Tour
Donate $20.00 to the All Hands On Deck Scholarship Program and Enjoy a 50-Minute Cherry Blossom Boat Charter!
In honor of the 100th Anniversary of the National Cherry Blossom Festival, Living Classrooms of the National Capital Region is offering exclusive boat charters on the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers. Enjoy the rich views along the waterfront as we sail past the exquiste displays of cherry blossom trees.
100% of the proceeds from the Cherry Blossom Boat Charters benefit the Living Classrooms All Hands On Deck scholarship fund to give children in under-served communities an experiential learning opportunity on the shipboard program.
- 50 minute Boat Cruise on the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers
- Accomodates up to 26 guests; BYOB
- Educational talk of the National Cherry Blossom Festival
- 100% of the proceeds benefit the All Hands On Deck scholarship fund
- Tax-deduction (Please consult your tax advisor)
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Please continue to check back as more dates and times are being added. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Plan to arrive 15 minutes before your boat departure. The boat trip runs rain or shine; in the case of inclement weather we will work with you to reschedule your trip. You are welcome to bring your own food and beverages.
The dock is easy to miss from the road. The walkway to the dock is located on the corner of First Street and Potomac Avenue, behind the Nationals Baseball Stadium. The exact location is Diamond Teague Park, 100 Potomac Avenue, SE, Washington DC 20003. The boat will leave promptly on time. Please wait for the shipboard crew on the walkway benches (in front of the Earth Conservation Corps building.
Diamond Teague Park
100 Potomac Avenue, SE
Living Classrooms of the National Capital Region
Living Classrooms Foundation strengthens communities and inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training using urban, natural and maritime resources as "living classrooms." Since 2001, Living Classrooms of the National Capital Region has served over 100,000 students with a special emphasis on those living in under-served communities. For more information Living Classrooms, please visit www.LivingClassroomsDC.org.