THRILLING WATER ACTIVITIES ON PUGET SOUND
Seattle is surrounded by beautiful lakes and Puget Sound. With the best waterfront location in Downtown, Inn at the Market is close to plenty of exciting water activities for your next visit. Whether you want to make a splash or relax on the harbor, the Emerald City has activities for everyone.
A Boatload of Fun on Argosy Tours
The leading cruise company in Seattle offers a variety of fun in the sun. Hop aboard one of their narrated sightseeing cruises and prepare to be amazed by the city’s iconic skyline, picturesque harbors, and the awe-inspiring Mount Rainier. Be sure to bring your camera, as the views from the water are absolutely breathtaking!
Electric Boats at South Lake Union
For a unique and eco-friendly adventure, head to South Lake Union and rent an electric boat. These quiet and easy-to-operate vessels allow you to explore the shimmering waters at your own pace. Gather your friends or family, pack a picnic, and cruise along the serene lake, taking in the sights and soaking up the sun. It’s the perfect way to unwind and enjoy a leisurely afternoon on the water.
A Haven for Kayaking
Seattle’s abundant waterways make it a haven for kayakers. Rent a kayak and glide along the sparkling waters of Puget Sound or the peaceful Green Lake. Explore hidden coves, spot marine wildlife, and experience the pleasure that comes with paddling in harmony with nature. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced kayaker, Seattle offers kayaking options for all skill levels.
Hot Tub Boating
Rentals of Hot Tub Boats on Lake Union combine the thrill of a boat tour with the luxury of soaking in warm water. Take in the scenic waterfront with plenty of space onboard for food and drinks on your two-hour floating adventure. The heated tubs stay at a toasty 104 degrees making the experience fun year-round.
Hoist the Sails
For a thrilling nautical experience, turn to Sailing Seattle! Whether you’re a seasoned sailor or a novice, their experienced crew will guide you on an unforgettable adventure around Elliott Bay or the surrounding waters. Feel the wind in your hair as you take the helm or simply sit back and enjoy the ride–especially at sunset.