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Seadog Cruises offers the most fun and exciting ways to see the city. Choose from a 75-minute river and lake architectural tour, a 30-minute speedboat lake tour or Seadog's newest doggie, the Seadog Extreme which, at 30% faster than her doggie...more
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This tour combines a great river cruise showing off lots of architectural brilliance with a speedboat experience on the lake. And, best of all, you get to go through the lock! The guide we had (Amir?) was also excellent
Date of experience: November 2018
Maeve T, Guest Relations Manager at Seadog Cruises, responded to this reviewResponded November 27, 2018
Took a seadog cruise. Anna our guide was very knowledgeable and the staff was great. We learned so much about the city and it’s history. Worth the stop. The only constructive criticism is, the embarrassment of the guide to not call it the trump building...More
We took the Seadog Architectural cruise on October 26. We went on the Chicago River and then Lake Michigan. Despite a windy, cold and overcast day, we had a wonderful time and learned so much about Chicago. Our tour guide, Judy was excellent. She is...More
We went on the architecture tour in the early evening during the week recently. The tour guide was really interesting, very engaging and extremely knowledgeable about the buildings we could see from the river. He was able to answer any questions asked by the group...More
This was such a fun activity to do, we almost froze to death as the temperatures dropped to 3 degrees Celsius but our tour guide was such great fun and we had a good time. We went for the lake and river cruise, so got...More
If I remenber right for the boarding the crew puts a flat podester to get from the pier level. There is some inclination but rather minor. There might have been one step to get off that to the boat deck level. I am sure they... More
If I remenber right for the boarding the crew puts a flat podester to get from the pier level. There is some inclination but rather minor. There might have been one step to get off that to the boat deck level. I am sure they can assist to get embarked.
Hi Everyone, We are looking to plan a short trip (2 nights) to chicago and will be driving there and bringing our well behaved 4 year old Pomeranian with us. I know there are quite a few dog friendly restaurants if you eat on the patio and we are planning on going on the cruise operated by Seadog Cruises. Given those details, is there a particular area that it would better for us to stay? Right now we are considering: Mile North, Palomar Hotel, Allegro Hotel and Indigo Hotel as they all...More
August 05, 2013|
All of your property choices are fine and are well located from a visitor's perspective.