The Electric Boat Company
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A really fun way to view many of Seattle's great locations from the comfort of a boat. See South Lake Union, Gas Works Park, houseboats, Ivar's Salmon House, parts of University of Washington, and the Montlake Cut, to name a few
Rent an electric boat. No license needed. Drive around Lake Union where the seaplanes land.
They rent electric boats by the hour. Book online. Rent one on a sunny day and toodle around Lake Union!
Cruise around Lake Union in an electric boats and be your own captain! Rain or shine you can take in the breathtaking views of the Seattle skyline with your group of up to twelve people.
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“A place to find great spots for drinks, food and shopping. Also a good location to catch a bus to downtown.”
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“"FREMONT SOLSTICE PARADE AND FAIR" (I can't fix this title!) The Fremont Fair is Seattle’s annual kickoff to summer (falls on weekend around June 20), celebration with over 100,000 guests at the city’s most beloved neighborhood street festival. The weekend features the traditional Fair with nearly 400 artists, craft vendors, food booths and more, music concerts, and the iconic Fremont Solstice Parade most famously featuring over 1000 naked bicyclists – all coming together to celebrate the Fremont neighborhood’s “Delibertas Quirkas” (Freedom to be Peculiar) nature. Basically the Mardi Gras of Seattle, it is quirky, festive, and a little crazy, but very family-oriented & filled with kids everywhere. This historic Solstice Parade has Mardi Gras like bands and floats, interactive floats the crowd runs into & joins, the dog parade, costumes galore, and lots of naked bicyclists who for the most part are artistically painted and people casually tossing off their clothes and joining in without any artistic effort is frowned upon but can happen. (Everyone is supposed to be clothed one the parade finishes.) Huge Art Car displays, giant slides, food and fun. There are very large crowds, & people start canvasing our streets for parking starting very early in the morning so plan ahead and don't leave your spot! Parking attendants make the rounds over and over all weekend long!”
- 5 personnes du coin recommandent
“Great place to rent kayaks and paddle boards. You’re on Lake Union, you can kayak around and see Gasworks Park great view of downtown plus lots see unique house boats.”
- 25 personnes du coin recommandent
“Called a "comfy sofa of a tavern", this Seattle landmark is in an ivy-covered brick building and has great atmosphere and nachos, and in the summer a back patio for outdoor drinks.”
- 7 personnes du coin recommandent