Part nature tour, part sightseeing, and part island safari--enjoy all or choose your own adventure with San Juan Island cruises. You can even go back in time on the deck of a classic wooden schooner that embodies the vessels of centuries ago.
Going on San Juan Island cruises is an activity anybody who loves the outdoors should experience at least once in their life. Families, private parties, wedding parties, whale and wildlife watchers, as well as those curious about the local Pacific Northwest culture, can all enjoy wending their way through this verdant archipelago. Keep an eye out for marine life while saving an appetite for genuine Northwest cuisine. There are many endearing facets to San Juan Island cruises.
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On a San Juan Island cruise, you are journeying through four of the archipelago's main islands, where a laid-back lifestyle and natural beauty merge. You can see sea lions, whales, a myriad waterfowl and sometimes, during the fall, schools of coho salmon skimming the surface of this protected waterway called the Salish Sea. A visit to quaint tourist towns, such as Eastsound, Friday Harbor or Roche Harbor, allows you to sample some local seafood, should your sailing party's whim steer you that way. Orcas Island hosts a scenic state park and the highest peak among the islands, Mount Constitution. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2nv3udJ