Climb aboard for a lively and cheeky land and sea tour—complete with quacker noisemakers and joke-cracking skippers. From the comfort of an open-air, amphibious WWII landing craft, see the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and Lake Union.
As you pause at the Seattle Center, snap a photo of the Space Needle and pass by the Pacific Science Center and EMP Museum. Your skipper shares trivia about sites along the way with music that will have you rocking in the aisle. As you head for Seattle's waterfront, admire Elliot Bay, the Olympic Sculpture Park, the Victoria Clipper port, and the famous Edgewater Hotel.
After driving through Pioneer Square, see Pike Place Market, the Hammering Man at the Seattle Art Museum, and the Elephant Car Wash—the first automatic car wash in Washington.
Hang on as your craft eases into Lake Union to the sounds of the Gilligan’s Island theme song or another upbeat sailing tune. On a slow cruise around the lake, take in the Aurora Bridge and spot the houseboat from Sleepless in Seattle. If you’re lucky, a Kenmore Air seaplane may share the waters with you for a takeoff or a landing.
Once back on land, the skipper pulls the plug (literally), and then safely—but not quietly—returns to your home port as this rocking and rolling tour ends.