Part of Christmas in the Northwest is the beauty of lighted ships and boats on the local lakes and in Puget Sound. Join in the fun and merriment of the holidays and take a ride on one of these evening cruises!
In the Northwest, the holidays are celebrated on land and sea! Head out of town for the weekend and visit the Bavarian town of Leavenworth, the historic port towns of Port Townsend, Westport or Ilwaco, or the Scandanavian themed Poulsbo for a magical weekend with the family.
Boats Afloat! The Puyallup Fair! Edmonds Art Studio Tour! Fiestas Patrias! Snohomish Pumpkin Hurl and Medieval Faire! Quick, make plans to head to one (or all!) of these family friendly events this weekend!
Ahoy there! The Opening Day of Boating Season kicks off on Saturday, May 5 in Seattle. Come see the parade of boats and University of Washington crew racing at the biggest regional celebration of water, boats and springtime in the US!
Nearly 100 colorful milk carton boats of all shapes and design will compete on the waters of Green Lake for $10,000 in prizes at this annual Seafair event! The Derby is highlighted by a full day of “competition” as children, adults, families and businesses build milk carton watercraft for show and racing.
Now in its 62nd year, the Christmas Ship tradition on Lake Union, Lake Washington and Puget Sound continues! From just after Thanksgiving until December 23, you can float along with carolers and other lighted boats and ships for an amazing Seattle area holiday adventure!
Gorgeous weather, boats, brides, fairs, wine, fishing, and festivals! What better weekend to get out and enjoy!
Knights on horseback, sword fight action, roving entertainers, magic shows, Shakespeare and more will be at Mercer Island’s “Renaissance Revelry” this weekend!
Ahoy! It’s the 35th Annual Lake Union Wooden Boat Festival! This weekend, July 2-4, there will be plenty for the whole family to do at the South Lake Union celebration.
The first day of boating will officially begin at noon on Saturday, May 7. The Montlake Bridge will rise, the noontime cannon will fire and the Opening Day Parade will begin at Portage Bay. This is the largest regional boating event in the nation, and even if you’re not on a boat, you can enjoy it.