This Annapolis eCruiser tour is a fun and unique way to see the city. Your friendly expert guide will be happy to point out important buildings and sights along the way. This two hour sightseeing adventure is an eventful, educational way to tour Annapolis in your very own deluxe electric vehicle. Get the fresh air of an Annapolis walking tour with the ease and comfort of a motorized vehicle.
This Annapolis guided tour begins by visiting Eastport, an annex of Annapolis. You will see iconic spots rarely seen by visitors and hear the intriguing stories behind them. Your tour will lead you to an amazing panoramic view of the Severn River and the Chesapeake Bay for an excellent photo opportunity. You will then and taste samplings of seafoods in both Eastport and then back in Annapolis. You'll dig into a mix of seafood and locally sourced produce, all inspired by the Chesapeake Bay - truly local foods with local flair. The tasting menu will vary from tour to tour, but expect to find a variety of delicacies. Your menu could include crab, oysters, clams, mussels, and/or rockfish. You'll stop at three different locations both in Eastport and historic Annapolis. The history of these two towns is full of stories that our knowledgeable guides will share with you along the way.
Each eCruiser holds up to five passengers, so your tours are intimate and can be customized to see and do what you want, when you want. Plan your fun-filled day with this eco-friendly small group tour in Annapolis, the "Sailing Capital of America."
Please Note: This tour takes place in Annapolis. Guests on ships docking in Baltimore will need to make their own way to Annapolis from Baltimore (approximately 30 miles away) at their own expense. There are taxis at the pier. Taxi fare to Annapolis is approximately $50 to $80 USD for the taxi each way, depending on the traffic. You should negotiate before getting in the taxi. These rates are approximate, and are not monitored. The travel time with low traffic from Baltimore to Annapolis is around 45 minutes to an hour. Heavy traffic can add an additional half hour to an hour to the travel time. Traffic is heavy on baseball or football game days, due to the close proximity of the stadiums to the pier. The tour ends at the Annapolis City Dock and Harbor.