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Alfred can accommodate up to 20 guests at a time with his cushy seats, fully stocked bar, and multiple TVs. He would be the life of most house parties, if he could only fit through the front door. Alfred is a super-stretch Hummer limousine, and the newest addition to the Cordial Limousine family. Though Alfred is Cordial Limousine’s pride and joy, the company also offers plenty of other options for those looking to cruise around town in style. Krystal and Bruce, for example, are stretch limos with space for 12 and 14 passengers, respectively, and Jasmine, Lucy, and Ninja each fit six inside their classy interiors.
Beyond limousines, Cordial’s fleet also includes BMW, Lincoln, and Land Rover town cars and SUVs, each ideal for impressing business associates or gaining instant respect at fast-food drive-thrus. Cordial Limousine dispatches its professional drivers to locations across the city through appointments made in advance, as well as last-minute requests.
United Limo's courteous drivers chauffeur passengers throughout Washington State in luxury sedans, SUVs, vans, and limousines. The drivers are familiar with Seattle, Bellevue, Tacoma, and other surrounding areas, and can recommend restaurants, nightclubs, and other points of interest.
Seattle Cycle Center's motor mavens cater to motorcycle owners with an array of gear, apparel, and Kymco Scooter sales and service. Hide hands in a leather and poly-mesh pair of Olympia Air Force gel gloves, whose precurved fingers and pleated knuckle joints foster more finger flexibility than bare-knuckle typing tournaments ($29.95). Armed with a River Road Fork Bag ($24.95–$29.95) and an Ogio Throttle black backpack ($69.95), bikers can securely tote home important work documents or a year's supply of tableware from fast-food restaurants. A bevy of bulbs and lights keeps roadsters night ready ($7.95–$134.96), and helmets and riding apparel provide a perfect disguise for hiding from overbearing grandparents. An authorized Kymco Scooter service hub, Seattle Cycle Center can also tweak and tune cruisers to bolster their day-to-day rideability or prep them for upcoming cross-country adventures.
The Electric Boat Company outfits customers with Duffy electric boats and sets them loose on beautiful Lake Union for self-guided watercraft fun. The Duffy cruisers hold as many as 10 guests and are equipped with two tables, beverage holders, and a sound system that connects to both the on-board CD player/radio and personal iPods. Clad in leather seats, these 21-foot floatables can be fully enclosed and heated, meaning boaters can make a sporting day on the lake regardless of the weather's moody inclinations. After a 15-minute registration and procedures lesson, captains of all skill levels can dock and sail across the waters of Lake Union and the river Styx. Set-sailors can pack a cooler with snacks and congealing chemistry projects, pick up forgotten ice and drinks at the on-site snack shop, or satisfy appetites at one of 12 restaurants accessible by boat, including Ivar's Salmon House, McCormick & Schmick's Harborside, and Chandler's Crabhouse.
From the south end of Lake Union, kayakers and paddle boarders can head north toward Gas Works Park to see the century-old former Seattle Gas Light Company plant. From there, they can head east and wind through Portage Bay on the way through Montlake, then cut over to the Washington Park Arboretum and Lake Washington. If they turn west instead, they can cut through a canyon of city buildings until reaching Ballard Locks and Puget Sound, where they may arrive in time to see the sun hang just above the Olympic Mountains.
Moss Bay Rowing, Kayaking, Sailing and Paddle Board Center's team facilitates adventures like these by renting man-powered water vessels by the hour, day, or week. Rentals afford paddlers and sailors the chance to explore Seattle's sheltered waterways, which are held to a 7-knot speed limit. Moss Bay's staff also leads small-group and private lessons in rowing, kayaking, and sailing, and coordinates guided tours including excursions designed for kids and adults.