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Nate & Craig do excellent, patient & enjoyable tour for young, seniors, out of towners & locals. There is maybe some ice in the cooler on board, it is ok to bring light snacks on board. Would rate 5 if allowed to go further out...More
We went on the 2 hour sunset sail and paid $55 each. It was money well spent in Seattle! It's a beautiful way too see all the unique parts of the city. The skyline, sunset over the mountains, waterfront homes, and the wildlife! It is...More
Very seamless and easy online purchase process. Good variety and availability of sailing times to meet your schedule. Nice spacious boat with blankets available when it gets chilly. We had a great excursion with close friends, cool way to experience Seattle together. Make sure to...More
We are from Colorado, so sailing on a large sailboat is difficult. My son sails a little 11 foot boat on the lake, so I thought this would be a fun experience for him. We booked a noon time sailing and there were maybe 15...More
We choose the mid-day sail, noonish to just before 2pm, it was an ideal break in our day and even with a sail just out into the harbour is was shockingly peaceful and relaxing. The ideal break in what was otherwise a hectic schedule of...More
Picked up one of their brochures at a diner and landed up at the pier for a sunset sail. Being a sailing enthusiast it was too much resist...a lovely bay and a lovely sea ...its a no brained for me
Paid about 65usd for the...More
We took the 1 1/2 hour sailing tour around the bay...no, it doesn't have a person chatting with any information about the city, this history, the sea, etc. It is strictly a sailing experience out to the sea and back to the pier. That's what...More
Even in July, it’s cold on the water. If you do the evening sunset cruise, bring a jacket and wear warm clothes. They DO have blankets, which we used!
Fun trip. Smaller groups, too. Like 20 people max.
Friends had traveled to Seattle to celebrate a birthday and as a special treat I charted a sail on Let’s Go Sailing. The ship was a 70 foot racing yacht. We had only 4 people and there was plenty of room. In the scheduled sails...More
Response from MartaF3389 | Reviewed this property |
THis company sailboats are pretty big holding up easily 20 people...I read up to 30 somewhere. Much more stable than small boats or sailboats. Having said that it’s a tough call as it still depends on the waters and wind to... More
THis company sailboats are pretty big holding up easily 20 people...I read up to 30 somewhere. Much more stable than small boats or sailboats. Having said that it’s a tough call as it still depends on the waters and wind to provide more stability. The center seats seem like the place to stay put and if you do decide to go, avoid getting close to the rails. Standing up requires you to have good balance.
Response from Michael O | Reviewed this property |
Hi! If you wish to see whales there are better trips specifically designed to go to areas where they travel. You may see harbor seals and a species of small dolphin which we encountered but that was more by chance. This sail... More
Hi! If you wish to see whales there are better trips specifically designed to go to areas where they travel. You may see harbor seals and a species of small dolphin which we encountered but that was more by chance. This sail is best for views of Seattle by water and those are great!