Each charter is custom designed to fulfill your requests.
We want every Seattle Sailing Charter to be unique and memorable.

View a few typical excursions below.

Afternoon/Sunset Sail, Lake Union/Washington (3 hours)

Board the historic Bimi along the ship canal or inside Lake Union and hoist the colorful sails for a romp along the bustling cityscape, tacking close to unique houseboats and reaching over to Gasworks Park. We can cruise under bridges past fabled UW Husky Stadium to stretch Bimi’s legs for longer tacks across expansive Lake Washington and back. Truly a unique NW experience.

Afternoon/Evening Cruise Puget Sound (3 - 4 hours)

The Legacy 40 power yacht “Splendido” offers luxurious accommodations and great visibility from inside the cabin, in the aft cockpit, spacious fore deck, or up on the fly bridge. We’ll pick you up at Seattle’s Fisherman’s Terminal and head through the bustling ship canal into Lake Union where we’ll visit highlighted famoun and funky house boats, Gasworks Park and South Lake Union with the Center for Wooden Boats. We will also have the opportunity to cruise through the Montlake cut past UW Husky stadium in to Lake Washington and tour waterfront mansions with amazing architecture in select “high rent” neighborhoods.

Afternoon/Sunset Sail, Puget Sound (3 - 4 Hours)

Enjoy a leisurely afternoon or evening sail on Elliott Bay and watch the sun dip over the Olympic mountains as the Seattle lights glow nearby. Enjoy an assortment of gourmet cheese, hummus, cured meats and fruit with a glass of wine as you watch the hustle and bustle of Seattle from the water.

Be Part of a Tourist Attraction: Cross Ballard Locks

One of the top tourist attractions in Seattle is the Ballard Locks which connect Lake Washington and Puget Sound. Boats are raised or lowered over 30 feet to make the transition while salmon climb their ladders to spawn. Now you can be a part of the action by making the transition yourself aboard Vessel Splendido. A once in a lifetime experience.

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