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D.C. water taxi

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While we're in DC next month, I'd like to take the water taxi from the Nationals stadium area over to Georgetown. Looking at the website for American River Taxi and giving them a call, it appears that the taxi isn't running right now. I wonder if anyone has any info about whether it is still a going concern, when the season might open for taxi service (appears to be somewhat focused on sales of Hovercraft based on the website and answering machine message), how much it might cost (can't find rates on the website -- maybe I'm missing it) and approximately how often they run (e.g., does it run a couple of times a day or lots of times a day).
If you have any info about the approximate amount of time it might take to walk from the Courtyard Marriott at 140 L Street to the wharf, and ditto from the wharf when it arrives in/near Georgetown to, say, access to the C&O Canal trail/walkway, I'd sure appreciate that also.
Thanks very much.
Gail

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