Lake Washington Cruise from Seattle
From picturesque houseboat districts to luxury waterfront homes and the Husky Stadium, former home to the NFL's Seahawks - this two-hour cruise is an unforgettable way to experience the best of Seattle. See dramatic scenery and the volcanic Mt. Rainier as the tour cruises Lake Washington.
See the historic houseboat district on Lake Union and Portage Bay, cruise past Husky Stadium into scenic Lake Washington, and view the amazing waterfront homes that surround the lake.
This narrated cruise is a fantastic way to experience the Pacific Northwest.
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Departs at 1:15pm
Departs at 3:30pm
Lake Washington Cruise
- Live commentary on board
- Local taxes
- Meals. Full service bars available for purchases on board
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- This cruise must be booked at least 72 hours in advance of your travel date
- Confirmation for this cruise will be received at time of booking
- All vessels are wheelchair accessible and have restrooms on board
Reviewed by: Joyce V, September 2014
Great but we had a family on board that was very, very LOUD !!!
Reviewed by: Tiermark, August 2014
We have taken this tour many times and it has always been very enjoyable. If you are not able to walk the hills of Seattle it is a great way to really see the beauty of the city. We enjoyed it with a guest from out of town and it allowed us to tour and still visit. You also have options to sit in the sun on deck or in the comfort of the salon in full shade. The commentator gave us a great historical view of the city and it's many interesting residents. I never get bored with this tour and have enjoyed it on both sunny and cloudy days. We have also taken the Argosy tour to Tillicum Village and the Locks tour, eenjoying them both. Seattle is a city of water and this is a great way to experience this aspect. Enjoy!