Second Seadog vessel to offer harbor tours

High-speed tour boats allow dogs on board

March 30, 2011|By Edward Gunts, The Baltimore Sun

Seadog Ventures, a sightseeing cruise line in Baltimore's harbor, is adding a second high-speed vessel for the coming tourist season. Beginning in April, the Seadog VI will join the Seadog III in providing 50-minute tours from Baltimore's Inner Harbor out to the Key Bridge and back.

Having a second vessel in Baltimore will enable the company, Chicago-based Entertainment Cruises, to offer more frequent departures, according to Daniel Leaman, general manager of Entertainment Cruises in Baltimore. The Seadog VI will be similar to the Seadog III, a 70-foot, open-air vessel with seats for up to 102 passengers. The bright-yellow Seadog III is expected to start operating for the 2011 season on April 1, and the Seadog VI will begin mid-month. Both vessels accept dogs on board.

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