Tours in Portage Bay, Seattle


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  • Dreamboat Seattle
    The story of the Mary Adda is one of heartbreak, tragedy, mystery, and above all, redemption. With her stunning make and Nordstrom-Franck influence, the vessel was born in 1928, just before the Great Depression ravaged the boat-building industry. Some 60 years later, while awaiting her official demise, the Mary Adda was discovered in a boatyard on the banks of Lake Union, not far from her original birthplace. Her interior stripped out and her planking rotted, Mary Adda was in need of significant repairs, if not a complete overhaul. She received just that, and today, she sails on as a link to bygone eras while toting small groups across the waters of Lake Union, Lake Washington, and the San Juan Islands during tours and customizable trips.
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    2925 Fairview Avenue E
    Seattle, WA US
  • Kendall Jackson Winery
    You'll love to keep the wine flowing at your next special occasion with the bottles from Kendall Jackson Winery in Seattle. Pick up a great bottle of wine from Kendall Jackson Winery and pair it with your favorite lunch or dinner dish. Kendall Jackson Winery is located near endless parking possibilities, allowing drivers to park with ease. So come to Kendall Jackson Winery for a great bottle of wine, exceptional customer service, and deals you can't beat.
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    4115 Roosevelt Way
    Seattle, WA US
  • The Big Rig Peddler
    Big Rig Peddler sends passengers on a bike tour unlike any other, with patrons working as a group to send an ironclad, American-made, pedal-powered vehicle on two-hour crawls of local bars. Guests work out their calves as they visit local Tacoma watering holes and breweries, with the option for a motor-powered engine or on-board sound system to help out tired muscles. Just like a real truck, the Big Rig Peddler barrels down the road with its path lit by twin headlights, and can be powered by up to 14 people at a time.
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    PO BOX
    Seattle, WA US
  • Waterways Cruises
    Lush tree-lined shores, sprawling lakeside estates, the snowy peak of Mount Rainier, and the towering buildings of downtown Seattle unfold before guests on Waterways Cruises' dining cruises. Having grown from its founding as a small family operation by Hilton Smith in 1994, the cruise company now operates out of five ports with a fleet of three modern, elegantly appointed yachts, each of which features a full dining salon and observation decks for drinking in the scenery, and has served upwards of 30,000 guests a year. Perhaps the most popular outings are the dining cruises that drift on a scenic route through Lake Washington, Lake Union, and the Ship Canal from early afternoon through the evening. During these cruises, the captain offers tidbits of local history while chefs prepare spreads of authentic Northwest cuisine. Their culinary wizardry may result in a four-course meal, decadent brunch or barbecue buffet, or d'oeuvres paired with hand-made cocktails. On some cruises, live entertainment contributes to the lively atmosphere.
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    2441 N Northlake Way
    Seattle, WA US
  • Precept Wine
    Precept Wine’s talented winemakers take advantage of the Northwest’s extensive sunlight, warm days, and cool nights to craft their many brands of unique vinos. Founded in 2003, the company oversees more than 3,790 acres of vineyards and several wineries, each equipped with facilities for harvesting and crushing, storage, bottling, and letting the wine vent its anger after being locked up for months. Later, they bottle their wines under more than 20 labels, many of which have been awarded up to 90 points by Wine Spectator.
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    1910 Fairview Ave. E
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seaplane Scenics LLC
    With Seaplane Scenics LLC, pilot James Young gives passengers the chance to let your imagination take flight. Young even passes on his knowledge during flight-training lessons, which begin with an introductory session in a landplane or seaplane and even include specific instructions on everything from Canadian flight rules to mountain flying operations. Of course, lots of people prefer to just leave the controls to him and enjoy a scenic tour of landmarks such as the Space Needle, Mount Rainier, and Lake Washington.
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    1730 North Northlake Way
    Seattle, WA US

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