Public Charters



.....One of the best things to do in Seattle.Going out daily from the Seattle Downtown Waterfront, we offer 1.5 hour day sails and 2.5 hour sunset sails. As a guest aboard one of our high performance sailing yachts, you can take the helm, trim the sails, or just sit back and relax. Whatever you choose, our highly experienced crew will make your sailing experience a memorable one. Remember you can bring your own food and drink on board! And, yes, that means beer and wine are welcome.



     Adult                          $35*

     Senior (60+)              $28*

     Child (12-)                 $22*

     Small Child (5-)          Free


     Adult                          $51*

     Senior (60+)              $44*

     Child (12-)                 $33*

     Small Child (5-)          Free

 *includes 9.5% sales tax

Gratuity for crew gladly accepted

Bring your favorite snacks and beverages!


When are our typical sailing departures?

11AM, 12:15PM, 1:30PM, 2:45PM, 4PM, 5:15PM (1.5hr)

6:30PM, 7PM (2.5hr)

These departures change daily, please check the home page for currect schedule.

Do I need to make a reservation?

We only take reservation 7 days in advanced due to our shifting schedule. For example, on any given Monday we are taking reservations for the following Sunday, Check our schedule on the home page.

Where should I park?

Parking is one block from us at Western Ave & Spring St. or if you are lucky, you will get one of the many metered spaces.

What should I wear?

We do not have any restrictions for clothes or foot wear. We recommend warm (especially on the sunset sail) and comfortable. There are a limited amount of windbreakers and blankets onboard- first come, first serve.

How many people can go?

Our boat Obsession is USCG certified to hold 48 passengers and our boat Neptune's Car is USCG certified to hold 35 passengers. We go out with a minimum of 2.

       All times and prices subject to change.

Geoffrey raising the main sail on a day sail, June 2007.

Nick out on a day sail, August 2009.

Tim taking a group out for a sunset sail, August 2009.