(WSB 2015 photo: Argosy Cruises Christmas Ship off West Seattle) As you might already have seen in the WSB West Seattle Holiday Guide, this Saturday brings the season’s first three West Seattle. The Argosy Cruises Christmas Ship™ Festival is a ship-to-shore holiday celebration that has been a Northwest tradition since 1949.
The Spirit of Seattle, the Official Christmas Ship™, is decorated with hundreds of shimmery white lights and sails to different Puget Sound waterfront communities - around 65 in.
Recent Photos. August 28, 2018 Harbor Cruise 1. 25 • 8/28/2018 August 28, 2018 Harbor Cruise 10. 45 • 8/28/2018 August 28, 2018 Harbor Cruise 12. 05 • 8/28/2018 August 28, 2018 Harbor Cruise 2. 45 Jan 12, 2013 · Argosy Cruises - Seattle Waterfront: Argosy Christmas Ship Festival gets you in the Christmas mood - See 2, 202 traveler reviews, 871 candid photos, and great deals for Seattle, WA, at TripAdvisor.
Passengers board the Spirit of Seattle, the lead Christmas ship, at Kirkland City Dock for an Argosy Christmas cruise around Lake Washington on Wednesday, Dec.
20, 2017. Ivar's Clam Lights (and Argosy Christmas Ship) - Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park - Every day from to Nov 2012 - Jan 2013 Find this Pin and more on Argosy Christmas Ships by Argosy Cruises. The Christmas Ship Festival starts right after Thanksgiving. The Christmas Ship festival is one of the best ways to get into the holiday spirit. I have been a participant from the shores for a few years now, and Alki is a really cool place to see the ship.
This year, I decided to hop aboard the Argosy Spirit of Seattle and see the fun from the ship itself. Stefanie Brown added 13 new photos — with Brandon Wright and Charles Doyon at Argosy Christmas Ship, Lake Washington. · December 7, 2014 · Kirkland, WA · A definite perk of working for 'da man is the company holiday party.
May 25, 2016 · Argosy Cruises - Lake Washington: Christmas Ship - See 116 traveler reviews, 25 candid photos, and great deals for Kirkland, WA, at TripAdvisor. Learn more about Argosy Cruises - Seattle, Opens a popup Specialties Argosy Cruises offers FIVE narrated sightseeing cruises in and around Seattle, private charters, and seasonal special events, like the annual Christmas Ship™ Festival.
photo: Argosy Cruises Ride the Christmas Ship Lead Boat Every year Argosy Cruises pulls out all the stops with the spectacularly decorated Spirit of Seattle, the designated Christmas Ship that all the other boats follow.
On board, a local choir sings 20-minute programs at scheduled shore side locations (see schedule below) and Santa mingles with the kids on board. The Argosy Cruises Christmas Ship festival is a holiday celebration that has been a Pacific Northwest tradition since 1949. Every year, the Argosy Christmas Ship sails to different Puget Sound waterfront communities, over 45 in total.
The Argosy Cruises Christmas Ship™ Festival is a ship-to-shore holiday celebration that has been a Northwest tradition since 1949. The Spirit of Seattle, the Official Christmas Ship™ is decorated with hundreds of shimmery white lights and sails to different Puget Sound waterfront communities – around 65.
PRE-PURCHASE a boarding photo with Santa Claus*. Photos are taken with Santa during the boarding of your Christmas Ship™ vessel and available for. The Argosy Cruises Christmas Ship™ Festival is a ship-to-shore holiday. * Santa will be present on the dock for boarding photos, however we cannot. If you didn't get a chance to see your boarding photo, or if you are interested the digital image or other memorabilia, click here to be directed to our photo website.
The 4th Annual Christmas Ship™ Parade of Boats will add a special twinkle to Seattle. Brightly decorated boats will convene in Lake Union and begin their. Oct 14, 2017. photo: Argosy Cruises. Ride the Christmas Ship Lead Boat Every year Argosy Cruises pulls out all the stops with the spectacularly decorated.
Dec 5, 2016. According to Argosy's website: " The Argosy Cruises Christmas Ship. Every year, the Argosy Christmas Ship sails. More Photo Galleries. Nov 20, 2016. Northwesterners love boating. And holiday traditions. Put the two together and what do you get? The Argosy Christmas Ships, which ply Puget.