Admire some of Seattle’s famous landmarks from the water during this guided Seattle Harbor Cruise. Enjoy sweeping views of the Olympic Mountains and iconic sites like the Space Needle and The Seattle Great Wheel from the spacious outdoor or indoor decks. Live commentary is provided throughout and a full-service bar is available for food and drink purchases.
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Daily, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
Our docks and vessels do move around on the water, so we recommend our guests wear low or no heels when joining us. We also recommend having a coat or light jacket should you want to stroll the outer decks of our vessels. If you are attending a private event through an individual or company, we recommend you check with your host as to the appropriate attire for your function.
1101 Alaskan Way, Pier 55, Seattle, WA 98101.
Children of all ages are welcome on all of our public tours.
Our crew is trained to help guests navigate both our docks and our vessels and are prepared to assist.
Yes, great photo opportunities!
The live narrated cruise is approximately 1 hour.
Fully narrated (live) with facts and history of Seattle past and present. Panoramic and up-close views of the Seattle skyline and shipping port. Sweeping views of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound. Full-service bar on board with cocktails, local wine and beer, non-alcoholic beverages and snacks.
There is no outside food or beverages allowed onboard. There are snacks, alcoholic, and non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase.
Due to our various food preparation permits, we are unable to invite pets onboard with the exception of service animals. If you bring a service animal, you may be asked: Is the animal required because of a disability? This is a yes or no question. You are not required to, nor can you be asked to, disclose the nature or details of the disability. If the animal is not required because of a disability, then it will not be permitted. What is the nature of the work or task(s) that the animal is trained to perform? This question will not be asked if the nature of the work or task is readily apparent, such as a Seeing Eye dog. If the animal is not trained to perform specific work or tasks to assist the individual because of a disability, then it will not be permitted.
Per Washington State law, all of our vessels are non-smoking and non-vaping, including on the outer decks.