Whether it's your birthday, group get together or bachelor / bachelorette party – there is no better way of enjoying than a day's escape on board one of the luxurious boat charters in Seattle. From farm stays in the San Juan Island’s and deluxe pampering at heritage resorts to small-town exploring and more, we pack plenty of pleasure—but zero stress—into your precious weekend trip.
SAN JUAN ISLANDS – Hop on a private yacht charter in Seattle and set sail on the crystal clear waters across to the San Juan Island’s – an archipelago off the coast of the State of Washington. The waters surrounding the San Juan Island is the number one spot in North America to see wild orca whales. San Juan Safaris, located in Friday Harbor on San Juan Island, is set in the perfect location to provide you with the thrill of seeing orcas in their natural habitat. Historic and just one square mile in size, Friday Harbor is perhaps the most popular gateway to the San Juan Islands. Whale watching, cycling, kayaking, hiking, and boating are also favorite activities while on San Juan Island.
ELLENSBURG – Located in the heart of the beautiful Kittitas Valley in the center of Washington State, historic Ellensburg is where you can enjoy recreational activities all throughout the year. You can participate in numerous events, excellent shopping and dining, and a variety of performing and visual arts. This place has become a popular hub for water skiing on the Columbia River, golf, fly fishing, river rafting, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. The weather in Ellensburg remains pleasant throughout the year. Discover Ellensburg's historic district offering a wide variety of cultural activities, eclectic shops, pubs, and restaurants.
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND – Located west of Seattle, Bainbridge Island is completely surrounded by magnificent crystal clear waters and is popular for its outstanding natural beauty and rustic character. En route, on board your Seattle boat charter, you can also enjoy the mesmerizing views of the lush green scenery of the Emerald City. Bainbridge Island Museum of Art in downtown Winslow is a brand new attraction of the island. The museum showcases contemporary art from local artists in the Kitsap, Puget Sound, and Olympic Peninsula region. You can sample the wines at one of the many wineries. While here, you can be part of kayaking and paddle boarding too.
WHIDBEY ISLAND – Whidbey Island is the largest island in Washington. The best part about a Whidbey Island trip is that you can see and experience the entire island in less than 24 hours. Whidbey Island is a great place to wander, to drive around and stop at whichever place tempts you. The mesmerizing view of the mountains in all directions is sure to take your breath away. You can also enjoy a full range of outdoor recreation, including hiking, kayaking, and boating. While at Whidbey Island, learn about its glorious past, sample the delicious cuisines, explore unique shops and galleries, took a leisurely stroll through the picturesque gardens and farms.
SNOQUALMIE FALLS – Hop on a private Seattle yacht charter to take in the mesmerizing views of natural beauty around Seattle. Snoqualmie Falls, located 29 miles east of Seattle is one of the region’s most popular attractions. It is also a major source of naturally generated hydro-electric power for the region. Snoqualmie Falls is a nesting ground for peregrine falcons, so keep your eyes open for them.
CUTTHROAT LAKE – Cutthroat Lake is more of a destination hike than a day hike from Seattle. Driving to the trailhead is the hard part, hiking to Cutthroat Lake is not. There are some ups and downs along the trail, but the 3.8-mile round trip journey is relatively easy. The hike to Cutthroat Lake is seasonal.
Our boat charters in Seattle take you for a weekend trip to the nearby destinations along with providing you the highest level of charter service. Whatever your occasion might be, the team of skilled professionals guarantees the absolute highest level of service for the best price. Your charter excursions will surely be memorable so that you cherish them for years to come.