Sight See

From the breath taking Mt. Rainier to the magnificent mansions that pepper the surrounding Seattle waters, turning ones head away for even a minute will guarantee a lost picture. Both Lake Washington and Lake Union are home to countless floating homes including the ever popular “Sleepless in Seattle” home and the oldest floating home built in the early 1900’s. In addition to the many kayaks , paddleboards and sailboats that fill the water, the takeoff and landing of the seaplanes are always a highlight for viewers. With so much to see and do, there is never enough time in one day to capture it all even with those long Seattle summer days.

Lake Union

Get a up close look at the City of Seattle during the day the night or both. From the Space Needle to UW Stadium and everything in between, you can see these architectural ...

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Lake Washington

Because of its long days and humid free cool temperatures in the summer, Seattle makes for a great yachting destination. Music, art, culture and a ridiculous ...

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Tillicum Village

The State Park is located on Blake Island just 8 miles from Seattle where tourist and locals alike share in the opportunity to learn more about the Native American culture at Tillicum Village...

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