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Argosy Cruise Ships
Piers 55, 56 & 57 1201 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98101
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The weather was sunny but windy on the boat. I wore closed shoes because you stomp on the clam shells once you eat them and you need firm soles. .
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The weather was Sunny and cool, bring a jacket!.
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"A Taste of Seattle History" Lunch Cruise
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attended Aug 13 2013

Lunch was quite tasty and we took some good pictures on observation deck.

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Barely more than a century and a half ago, Seattle was not even a name on a map. The original town site was home to fewer than 300 intrepid souls and was soon named Seattle, honoring a Duwamish Indian leader named Sealth who had befriended the first settlers. The town then and the city today have always been intrinsically tied with the water. Join us aboard the Royal Argosy for a fantastic lunch tour that takes you back to those first days and weaves a story into the 21st century. Discover what it’s like to make your own butter, learn about the importance of the gold rush and uncover details about one of the most “engineered” cities in the world during your two-hour lunch adventure – a true taste of history!


Buffet lunch featuring: Crab Louis Salad, Smoked Salmon, Chicken Croquettes, warm sourdough bread and homemade butter, plus side dishes and more!

Coffee, tea and soda

All applicable service charges and taxes

(Menu subject to change.)

About the Ticket Supplier: Argosy Cruises - Royal Argosy

For 60 years, Argosy Cruises has been celebrating the breathtaking beauty of the Pacific Northwest as a Seattle attraction. Founded as the Spring Street Water Taxi and then through the years operating as Seattle Harbor Tours and now as Argosy Cruises, the family-owned and Seattle-operated company has become the Northwest's premier cruise company operating from the historic downtown Seattle waterfront, South Lake Union and Kirkland City Dock.