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Where We Go

Below you will find a list of some of our favorite spots. If somewhere you want to go isn’t listed here, that’s no problem at all. Just ask!

Shilshole Bay

Most charters start from here, this is the perfect location if you are looking for an afternoon / evening cruise. Sunsets are amazing, with the Olympic Mountain Range to serve as a picturesque backdrop to any gathering.

Elliott Bay

Great view of the Space Needle and waterfront. We love to skip the crowds and watch the fireworks on New Years Eve from here.

Bell Harbor

Bell Harbor is within walking distance of many Seattle attractions on the water front, such as Pike Place Market and the Seattle Great Wheel. Grabbing dinner at Anthony's is a very short walk to the top of the dock.

Poulsbo

Poulsbo is located on Liberty Bay, protected and great for anchoring, with a beautiful view of Mount Rainier. There are many small shops, restaurants and diners within a short dinghy ride to shore.

Lake Washington

We enjoy circumnavigating Mercer Island for a view of many mansions. Lake Washington is accessible through the Montlake Cut, a channel that connects Lake Washington and Lake Union. One of our favorite events, Opening Day & Windermere Cup Races happens hear in the shadow of the UW Huskies Stadium. This could include a trip through the Ballard Locks, Canal and Lake Union.

Lake Union

Breathtaking view of the Seattle Skyline and Space Needle. You can see, not only Gas Works Park, but also many floating homes, including the home used in "Sleepless in Seattle". This could include a trip through the Ballard Locks and Canal.

Andrews Bay

Located on Lake Washington, just off-shore of Seward Park. We love to anchor here for a relaxing and calm weekend.

Anacortes

Anacortes is considered the Gateway to the San Juan Islands. Anacortes is a great town with lot's of shops, restaurants and a beautiful marina.

Coupeville

Coupeville is a quaint little town, featuring their Arts & Crafts Festival in the Fall.

Kingston

One more of Washington's cute Island towns, with shops, restaurants and relaxing atmosphere.

Gig Harbor

A more popular destination in the South Sound.

Pleasant Harbor

A very quiet place in the South Sound. With hardly a soul around, this is the perfect destination for a secluded get away.

Locations

Shilshole Bay

Most charters start from here, this is the perfect location if you are looking for an afternoon / evening cruise. Sunsets are amazing, with the Olympic Mountain Range to serve as a picturesque backdrop to any gathering.

Elliott Bay

Great view of the Space Needle and waterfront. We love to skip the crowds and watch the fireworks on New Years Eve from here.

Bell Harbor

Bell Harbor is within walking distance of many Seattle attractions on the water front, such as Pike Place Market and the Seattle Great Wheel. Grabbing dinner at Anthony's is a very short walk to the top of the dock.

Poulsbo

Poulsbo is located on Liberty Bay, protected and great for anchoring, with a beautiful view of Mount Rainier. There are many small shops, restaurants and diners within a short dinghy ride to shore.

Lake Washington

We enjoy circumnavigating Mercer Island for a view of many mansions. Lake Washington is accessible through the Montlake Cut, a channel that connects Lake Washington and Lake Union. One of our favorite events, Opening Day & Windermere Cup Races happens hear in the shadow of the UW Huskies Stadium. This could include a trip through the Ballard Locks, Canal and Lake Union.

Lake Union

Breathtaking view of the Seattle Skyline and Space Needle. You can see, not only Gas Works Park, but also many floating homes, including the home used in "Sleepless in Seattle". This could include a trip through the Ballard Locks and Canal.

Andrews Bay

Located on Lake Washington, just off-shore of Seward Park. We love to anchor here for a relaxing and calm weekend.

Anacortes

Anacortes is considered the Gateway to the San Juan Islands. Anacortes is a great town with lot's of shops, restaurants and a beautiful marina.

Coupeville

Coupeville is a quaint little town, featuring their Arts & Crafts Festival in the Fall.

Kingston

One more of Washington's cute Island towns, with shops, restaurants and relaxing atmosphere.

Gig Harbor

A more popular destination in the South Sound.

Pleasant Harbor

A very quiet place in the South Sound. With hardly a soul around, this is the perfect destination for a secluded get away.