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  • Schooner Mallory Todd
    The first time George Todd sailed, he took to the seas for two years. His initial voyage carried him from Hong Kong through the West Indies and, eventually, to America. He was hooked. Looking to continue his aquatic explorations, the former Navy pilot and officer set out to build his own vessel from many of the materials he obtained on his travels. The elegant result was the Schooner Mallory Todd, a 65-foot yacht furnished with the trappings of a bygone nautical age: antique stained glass, rubbed mahogany, and a main saloon outfitted with porcelain fireplaces. Today, the Schooner Mallory Todd takes to the waters helmed by a dedicated crew. A US Coast Guard-certified captain mans voyages for up to 30 passengers at a time, guiding guests through the mountain-framed reaches of Lake Washington and Lake Union. Along the way, the ship might pass the iconic houseboats featured in Sleepless in Seattle, or drift by bald eagles building their nests and combing over their neck plumage. Besides running charters, Todd helms his own nonprofit, the Sailing Heritage Society. Every year, the organization grants more than 100 free sailing trips to ill and underserved children. All fees for charters on the Schooner Mallory Todd support the society's charitable voyages.
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    HC Henry Pier - E 6
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Sailing Club
    For more than 45 years, Seattle Sailing Club has made sailing into both a sport and a social event. Club members have access to a fleet of 28 boats, from small keelboats to 40-footers, which they can take out on Puget Sound at their leisure. Membership levels allow for unlimited day sailing or a pay-as-you-go arrangement, as well as overnight sailing for captains who have memorized where all the stop signs are. New sailors and weathered seadogs alike can sign up for lessons taught by licensed instructors, as well as pick up the latest gear. And the club emphasizes the community aspect of boating as well?members frequently come together for races, parties, and group flotillas.
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    7001 Seaview Ave NW, Ste 130
    Seattle, WA US
  • Mountain to Sound Outfitters
    Alki Kayak Tours and its sister store, Mountain to Sound Outfitters, equip guests with all the tools necessary to delve into Puget Sound’s surrounding wilderness regardless of season. Authorized dealers of goods from outdoor brands including Rossignol, Nordica, Snap Dragon, and Boardworks SUP, Mountain to Sound Outfitters’ knowledgeable equipment masters can outfit expeditions bound for skiing trips to Mount Rainier or full-contact LARPing in Olympic National Park. Alki Kayak Tours keeps adventures moving with vehicle rentals ranging from kayaks and paddleboards to fishing boats and bikes. Guided sea-kayak and paddleboard tours meander through Puget Sound during warmer months, introducing adventurers to the Emerald City’s fragile natural beauty and the mindful guides’ various methods of preserving it.
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    3602 SW Alaska St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Emerald Pacific Yachts
    Now in its 32nd year, the Lake Union Boats Afloat Show gives guests the chance to check out hundreds of seaworthy craft, including sailboats, yachts, and trawlers. The more than 50 brands of yachts on display will include Bayliner, Westport, and Sunseeker, with roughly 30 vendors of insurance, maintenance, and other supplemental services on hand to help boat owners protect their investment. Attendees will also get to climb aboard and inspect the 64-foot Ocean Watch?which circumnavigated the Americas for a year in support of oceanic health?and discuss the epic voyage with the crew, as well as take part in interactive activities.
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    901 Fairview Ave N
    Seattle, WA US
  • EverGreen Escapes
    EverGreen Escapes presents nature enthusiasts with the opportunity to mush through a sparkling winter landscape. As snowshoed feet grip snow-kissed mountains, keep eyes glued to the Cascades' majestic landscape and ears open to vivid descriptions from your knowledgeable tour guide as he or she highlights the wonders of the local ecosystem and its history while dispensing pointers on extreme weather wilderness survival. Jump off EverGreen Escapes' tour bus with a few fresh-air-infused shadowboxing maneuvers, then hike the Cascade Mountain trails with a firm grip on the ground and a firm grasp of your surroundings. Pick-ups are at downtown Seattle hotels and cruise terminals; see the winter schedule for more details and call ahead to schedule a tour.
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    801 S Fidalgo St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Salmon Bay Paddle
    Rob Casey was on vacation in Hawaii the first time he tried to stand up on a paddleboard?and it didn't go well. Not to be discouraged, he continued to practice back home in Seattle, relying on the techniques he'd learned from a decade of sea and whitewater kayaking. Eventually he mastered some easy and effective methods for standing and balancing on a paddleboard with confidence, and he teaches those skills to his students at Salmon Bay Paddle. Salmon Bay's classes include standup paddleboard and kayaking fundamentals, along with more complex lessons such as downwinding paddleboarding, rough-water kayaking, and tug-wave surfing. Rob and his fellow instructors also lead tours along the coast's top spots, including Shilshole Bay, Puget Sound, and Deception Pass.
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    8017 29th Avenue Northwest
    Seattle, WA US