Food and Rest Stations

Adding a meal service to your trip is easy and convenient.

Watermark offers true destination management and as an added convenience for our groups and field trip students, we’re happy to coordinate meal services for your tour. Let us take the worry out of your day. We work with the area’s best restaurants and catering companies to provide fresh, tasty meals for our guests. From casual boxed lunch meals that can be enjoyed on our boats during your cruise to sit-down meals at a restaurant located conveniently near the location of your tour, we can plan and provide a meal package that works for your group and budget. Available in Annapolis and Baltimore. Contact our Group Tour Specialists for menus and to discuss the many options.

Group Meals

A few restaurants in Annapolis cater to large groups. We have preferred restaurants that we recommend and regularly work with. Our Group Tour Specialists are happy to assist with making restaurant reservations.

 

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Where can my students eat their lunch?

In Annapolis, students may eat their lunch at Susan Campbell Park at City Dock or onboard Harbor Queen if they have a cruise on their itinerary.  Students are not allowed to eat on the grounds of the U.S. Naval Academy.

In Baltimore, students may eat their lunches on board our vessels during their cruise or at various outdoor parks.

Ask our youth group specialist about our meal options such as box-lunches or restaurant reservations.

When can my students have snacks?

We recommend students eat their snacks prior to their field trip to ensure your tour starts on time.   If your students are taking a cruise in either Annapolis or Baltimore, snacks are welcome on our vessels and may be enjoyed on the boat. We have a full snack bar with snacks, popcorn, sodas, water and souvenirs.

Are there restrooms? And water fountains?

In Annapolis, the Maryland State House has restrooms and water fountains. If a school is traveling from a long distance we can arrange for a restroom break to be the first part of your field trip. Please discuss those needs with us in advance. Also on your students’ walking tour, there are public restrooms at the United States Naval Academy and water fountains. The Harbor Master’s office at City Dock has public restrooms as well. Our vessels have restrooms onboard.

In Baltimore, the Baltimore Visitor’s Center on the Inner Harbor — and near your bus drop off location — has restrooms and water fountains. We also have restrooms onboard our vessels.

Please let our tour specialist know about any special needs or request.