Paddle Club Baltimore Sets Sail For 2024 Season

Paddle Club Baltimore returns for the 2024 season as Baltimore’s only passenger pedal boat. Setting sail from a new location — Lighthouse Point Marina, Paddle Club Baltimore offers a one-of-a-kind outing on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, perfect for celebrations and corporate events or simply as a new way for groups to sightsee from the water. This year’s season officially launched on April 20.

Powered by Sea Suites Cruises, Paddle Club Baltimore is an expansion of the successful cruises co-founded by lifelong friends Jack Maher and Jack Walten in Washington, D.C. Following the launch of the Potomac Paddle Club in 2018, “The Jacks,” as they are known, added the Potomac Tiki Club and the Paddle Club RVA in Richmond in 2022 as well as the Naptown Tiki Club, which launched in Annapolis in 2023. The Jacks were born and raised in Arlington, VA, and became best friends in pre-school because they shared the same first name.

“We’re thrilled to be returning for a new season with Paddle Club Baltimore,” said Maher. “This year, we’re excited to unveil our new launch location at the Lighthouse Point Marina in Canton. Whether you’re seeking a unique outing, craving a fresh adventure in your local area, or just eager to make some great memories with colleagues, friends, and family, we can’t wait to welcome you to our new location.”

Previously SipAhoy Cycleboats, Sea Suite Cruises partnered with SipAhoy to relaunch the offering as Paddle Club Baltimore in 2023. Launching from Lighthouse Point Marina in Canton, conveniently located near Drift Bar, Paddle Club Baltimore gives passengers the opportunity to explore some of Baltimore’s most popular waterfront spots during a cruise around the city. The 30-foot catamaran-style cycle boat seats up to 20 passengers and has 10 cycle stations encircling a centralized bar. Passengers will enjoy brand new seats this year while they pedal at their own pace in tandem. The boat also has a motor when or if preferred.

Paddle Club Baltimore comes equipped with Bluetooth speakers, built-in cup holders, coolers and ice, USB charging stations, and a bathroom onboard. Each hour and 45-minute rental includes a USCG-certified Master Captain and deckhand. Passengers can bring their own food and beverages (beer, wine and non-alcoholic).

Pricing for Paddle Club Baltimore ranges from $39 to $54 per person. The minimum group price point starts at eight people. For more information or to make a reservation, visit the website at or Instagram @paddleclubbmore.