In a sweet sign of hope for the city of Seattle, a key fixture of the waterfront is returning after a year-long hiatus. Argosy Cruises is setting sail once again starting this Memorial Day weekend. That means you can enjoy your favorite sightseeing tours in a COVID-19 safe way.

Due to state mandates, the popular cruise line had to set anchor for the past year. As vaccination rates have risen and COVID-19 cases have dropped across the state, Argosy has made the choice to return. This means cruises will look a little different with a mask mandate in place and ridership at 50% capacity. But that’s pretty normal these days.

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For the time being, you can book the classic Harbor Cruise during which “you’ll see all of the beauty and history Seattle has to offer”. Views include the skyline, Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound, and shipping port. Plus you’ll also be able to enjoy a live narration with facts about Seattle’s past and present.

During June and coming months you’ll see the return of other cruises like the Locks Cruise. So if you’d like to get on the water this weekend, consider a sail with Argosy Cruises. We hope this new reopening helps you start your weekend on a high note and we’ll see you guys out there!