A New and Improved Spirit of Baltimore for 2020
A new and fully renovated Spirit of Baltimore II will be arriving in the Inner Harbor this Fall! Enjoy a lively atmosphere, a chef-driven buffet meal and attentive service as you enjoy the view. Great for parties of all sizes, our new vessel gives you a chance to dine, dance and see the Baltimore skyline like never before.
Highlights of the new and improved vessel include:
- 30% increase in guest capacity with a new 3rd interior deck
- Elevated lighting, sound, colors and textures
- Newly designed dance floors & bars
- New furniture, fixtures & finishes
- New A/V system designed by Harman
- Plans to invest even more in 2021 with a total engine re-power to Tier 3 diesel engines
Explore the Ship
Discover Spirit of Baltimore from every angle with photos and videos that capture the cruise experience—from delicious dining and cruise views, to videos that speak to our exciting atmosphere.
Explore our Current Spirit of Baltimore
Take a 360-degree tour of Spirit of Baltimore and view detailed floor plans to help you plan your next event, celebration, or fun night out.
Baltimore Cruise Route
The Inner Harbor
The Inner Harbor West Wall, adjacent to the Maryland Science Center
561 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21202
Your cruise departs from the west wall of the fabulous Inner Harbor in Baltimore. Your excursion travels from the Inner Harbor along the Patapsco River with fascinating views of local great landmarks and Baltimore’s historic waterfront.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you accommodate for food allergies? +
Our vessels do not permit any outside food, however, for specific dietary requests, please call us to ensure we are able to accommodate your concerns.
While we do our best by trying to offer gluten and allergy free products as well as gluten sensitive menu items, we openly handle several allergens throughout our galleys. While we take precautions to keep ingredients separate, we cannot guarantee a gluten free environment. We do not have separate prep surfaces, cook tops or equipment. Our chefs prepare and cook in common areas with shared equipment, therefore the items may come in contact with other food products.
Is my boat wheelchair accessible? +
The majority of our fleet decks and restrooms are able to accommodate most standard-sized wheelchairs. We ask that for specific accessibility concerns you please call the local Hornblower number and ensure that you are seated on an accessible deck.
What do I need to bring in order to pick up my tickets? +
We ask that guests have photo identification and their cruise order number handy to pick up the tickets. Our ticket booths open one hour prior to cruise boarding time and are conveniently located near our ship's docking location.
What happens in inclement weather? +
Our cruises take place rain or shine. However, in the rare event that the Coast Guard prohibits cruises due to inclement weather, our staff will contact you directly to make other arrangements.