around the Inner Harbor is a breeze and there are many options. From
walking to water taxi's we'll cover it all.
- If your docked downtown just about everything you'll need is within walking
distance. But if you want to get to another area you'll have to find
transportation. Each area of the Harbor can keep you busy for a day
or more so you might find walking is fine. Check out this Walking
Guide of Baltimore.
- Our preferred mode of travel. A dinghy can take you anywhere you
need to go around the entire Harbor. Since you're in the 6 knot zone
it doesn't get too rough, but you still might get splashed due to all the
boat traffic. Also, be careful when tying up around the Harbor, never
tie up to a red cleat or where it is posted no docking. The rates
for tying up a dinghy are the same for a regular boat.
only official free dinghy docking is on the inside of the water taxi stand
in front of the Torsk submarine. Even though it is posted No Docking
the Inner Harbor Dock Master has confirmed it is still ok for dinghy's
to dock there. Space is extremely limited here.
- If you like to paddle the Harbor is a great place for it, just be safe
as it is a very busy Harbor.
- A bike is a nice mode of travel but the tourist areas, around the pavilions,
are really busy and bike riding in these areas is not allowed. Be
careful riding on the city streets and wear a helmet.
Taxi - If you don't have a dinghy this is probably the best way to
get around the entire Harbor. With stops by most attractions and
inexpensive all day fares it really can't be beat. Click
Here to check out their website and get current fares, schedules and
route maps. Be prepared, it can take a while to get to some stops
if you have to switch boats.
Taxis - If you're in a hurry there are always regular taxis.
Cab Company - 410-945-2212
Cab Company - 410-235-0300
Cab Company - 443-874-8035