Entertainment Cruises, Washington, DC welcomes its latest 175-foot boat, the Spirit of Washington, on yacht’s new home on Pier 4 within Wharf. Washington, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser will christen the new ship later in March during the official christening ceremony. Entertainment Cruises, Inc. has strong roots with Washington, DC, as the area operation employs 300-350 yearly, with 50percent becoming DC residents. Into the month of March, the Spirit of Washington brand will commemorate three decades serving guests in Southwest DC. The newest Spirit of Washington is an iconic, conventional design yacht available for individual guests and team bookings of 20 to 600.
“Entertainment Cruises' long-standing commitment with DC plays an intrinsic part within the revitalization for the Wharf, ” states Monty Hoffman, creator & CEO, PN Hoffman. “We welcome the new Spirit of Washington in becoming section of this world-class destination.”
Designed and built designed for unique activities, friends will receive gracious service and an extensive selection made up by vice-president of Food and Beverage, Lars Kristiansen – including Corporate cook Brad Parsons. The vessel guarantees vibrant enjoyment and remarkable views regarding the Washington, DC skyline, Old Town Alexandria, VA and nationwide Harbor, MD. The Spirit of Washington can also accommodate patrons from Commercial Pier in nationwide Harbor, MD, close to MGM nationwide Harbor additionally the Gaylord nationwide Harbor Hotel.
The four-level boat includes an initial degree Capital Deck, seating 225 guests for your meal or more to 300 friends for a beverage reception. The second level’s Waterfront Deck is comparable in size and may seat 225 for supper and 300 friends for a cocktail reception. The 3rd level features the District Lounge, seating 40 to 50 friends inside while outside an open-air patio deck boasts its very own bar. The open-air top level associated with ship could be the Rooftop deck, detailed with patio and garden furniture and cocktail solution. Amenities on all decks feature a climate-controlled inside, wall-to-wall carpeting, panoramic views, designated party places and full-service bars. Lunches and dinners tend to be usually served buffet-style with wait staff tableside service for appetizers and cocktails. The on-board entertainment includes lively DJs just who play a number of music for the cruise.
“We’re excited to enjoy the brand new Spirit of Washington to our DC fleet, ” states Kenneth Svendsen, CEO of Entertainment Cruises. “The renovated vessel perfectly complements the main waterfront renaissance of Wharf.”