The Daily Catch: The Wharf Marina in Washington D.C.

By June 27, 2018May 29th, 2021Dock

Ring the Bell! We’ve added The Wharf Marina to the Snag-A-Slip Family

The District Wharf D.C. - new marina in Washington D.C. The District Wharf D.C. - new marina in Washington D.C.

We’re so excited to announce The Wharf Marina in Washington D.C. as a new member of the Snag-A-Slip family!

You can now snag slips along the mile-long Wharf neighborhood. The Wharf Marina, which includes former names such as Market Docks, Wharf Cove, Washington Channel Moorings, and Wharf Gangplank Marina, can be found in the Washington DC and Potomac region on Snag-A-Slip.

The Wharf opened to the public October 12, and is still looking forward to more exciting developments!

This mixed-use waterfront development features office, residential, and retail space as well as ample dockage areas. It’s central location along the historic Washington Channel on the Potomac River allows easy access to the National Mall and all of downtown D.C. by metro, car, bike, or foot. The Wharf also has exciting things to visit along its stretch. Music lovers-make sure to visit The Anthem for concerts at this newly constructed venue!

Good news! You can now experience it for yourself by booking your slip at one of the many docks on the Wharf! If you find yourself on the Potomac or in the Maryland, Virginia, D.C. area, make sure to stop at this fun and new development in the District’s maritime culture.

Check Out The Wharf In D.C. Here

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Author Gracie

When she wasn’t at Salisbury University spending hours in the library, Gracie was at work for the Snag-A-Slip’s marketing department having an awesome time as an intern! After her internship at Snag-A-Slip, Gracie joined a competitive fellowship with Venture for America to continue working with startup companies.

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