Brunch Buffet and Beautiful Scenery on Seattle's Royal Argosy Cruise
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This isn't just a cruise -- it's a four-hour adventure that begins when you climb aboard the Argosy, a comfortable ship featuring two cash bars. Soak up the beautiful coastal scenery as the narrated jaunt takes you from Puget Sound to Blake Island. Once docked at the island, you'll disembark to enjoy an appetizer of clams and nectar, then visit the Tillicum Village longhouse for a buffet meal including salmon baked on cedar planks in the traditional Northwest Coast native style. At the end of the meal, enjoy a spellbinding performance highlighting the myth, magic and dances of the native Salish people, complete with high-tech effects. You'll even have a chance to explore the island a bit before boarding for the return cruise. Learn More
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A complimentary glass of champagne with brunch would be in order, I would think, for a $55 cruise. You wouldn't take this ride for the food--it's pretty unmemorable--and the view/experience is little different than riding the ferry. Drinks are really expensive too. $11 for a margarita or bloody mary. For the $$$ I would've expected better food: there's no omelette bar, eggs benedict, waffles, pancakes. You get piles of premade scrambled eggs, boiled shrimp (like you'd get in a shrimp cocktail), costco-like fruit plate, store-bought danishes, good home fries, really good sausage, good ham.
I suppose this is more of a tourist activity than one for the locals. I would recommend to a tourist to grab breakfast at Lowells, then walk on to one of our several ferries for an equivalent viewing experience for a fraction of the price.
On a positive note: The boat decks were lovely, and the service was friendly and attentive.
Cruise the Royal Argosy for incredible views of Seattle, an elegant brunch buffet freshly prepared on board from Pier 56 on the historic Seattle waterfront.
Celebrate a birthday, anniversary, special occasion, group event or a night out on the town on the water. A Royal Argosy Cruise is the perfect way to share a memorable experience with friends and family.
From your own private table, enjoy spectacular, ever-changing views of the city skyline, gorgeous scenery and scenic islands as you cruise on Elliott Bay and Puget Sound.
The elegant Royal Argosy features white linen tables, Mahogany trim, marble tops and spectacular chandeliers. Stroll the Royal Argosy outside decks to enjoy the views and relax with your favorite cocktail.
*Northwest Brunch Buffet Menu *
Note: Menu items and pricing subject to change due to season.
All beverages (except fountain soda, coffee and tea) and meal upgrades additional on board.
• Fresh Fruit Salad
Assorted fruit of the season, accompanied by a strawberry honey sherry dipping sauce.
• Waldorf Salad
The royal version with apples, candied walnuts and dried cranberries with yogurt dressing on butter lettuce.
• Farfalle Pasta Salad
Chilled bowtie pasta tossed with traditional alder-smoked salmon, sweet peas and fresh mint all in a light vinaigrette.
• Prawn Cocktail
Jumbo prawns with cocktail sauce.
• Northwest Egg Scramble
Scrambled eggs with northwest Gouda Cheese and Canadian Bacon.
• Country Fried Potatoes
Oven roasted red potatoes with olive oil and garlic, delicious!
• Uli’s Chicken and Rosemary Sausage
Locally handmade in Pike Place Market, Uli’s famous sausage uses all natural ingredients.
• Cinnamon Swirl French Toast
Served with real Maple syrup.
• Fresh Pastries
Basket of savory and sweet rolls to include croissants, scones, and assorted breakfast breads.
• Chef’s Ham Carving Station