Since its epic kickoff celebration last fall, The Wharf in DC has become the hub for live music, new restaurants, festivities, and fun along the Southwest Waterfront. The Wharf reestablishes Washington, DC, as a true waterfront city and destination. This remarkable $2.5 billion, mile-long neighborhood along the Washington Channel of the Potomac River brings dazzling water views, hot restaurants, year-round entertainment, and waterside style all together in one inspiring location.
Now, The Wharf invites you to cruise on over and take advantage of free dockage at Wharf Cove, now through June 30th.
Wharf Cove boasts several hundred feet of side-tie space on a floating dock, providing instant access to The Wharf’s many offerings and, until June 30th, dockage is free!
Whether you’re coming for the Blessing of the Fleet on May 19 or to see a show at one of the three concert venues (The Anthem, Pearl Street Warehouse, and Union Stage), take the scenic route by boating over. Wharf Cove is open from 8 a.m. to midnight daily.
If you plan to stay longer, check out the accommodations at Market Docks, located just off Market Pier between the Municipal Fish Market and everything The Wharf has to offer. Market Docks are available for hourly visits and up to two-week stays, and boaters can take advantag of the adjoining facility offering bathrooms and showers. More than 40 slips up to 6o-foot LOA available, with more than 100 linear feet of side-tie. Some of the amenities include power, in-slip water, pumpout available, WiFi access, and vessel services upon request. For availability and pricing about Market Docks, please call (202) 897.3868 or email email@example.com.
For a look back at The Wharf’s history, click to The Wharf in Washington, DC: Then and Now.