You Can Sail On Seattle's Lake Union On A Two-Hour Brunch Cruise For Only $57
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Did someone say brunch cruise?! Waterways Cruises in Seattle is offering discounted weekend brunches if you need to spice up your foodie routine. There's a joke among Seattleites that you either need a boat or need to find a friend with one, and you might have just discovered that friend.
Waterways have a Groupon Deal right now that is offering a "Two-Hour Weekend Brunch Cruise For One" for $57, marked down 30 percent from its original price.
There are no group purchasing options, only single tickets available; however, you can purchase up to four "single" tickets at a time.
Or you can give it away as a gift, perfect for a birthday or anniversary celebration.
The cruise takes you through both Lake Union and Lake Washington, so you'll be able to see downtown Seattle and the Eastside.
The brunch hour starts at 11 a.m. with a boarding time of 10:30 a.m. Be sure to check their website before booking, so you know which dock they are leaving from.
You can expect a welcoming toast with champagne or sparkling cider upon boarding. You'll also get your own private table with access to a buffet with Northwest brunch favorites.
Don't be surprised if you learn something new as you'll get "a captain's narration of the sights."
Their menu also includes vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options if you have some dietary restrictions.
Between the skyline and the shoreline, you will see views of "lush tree-lined shores, sprawling lakeside estates, the snowy peak of Mount Rainier, towering buildings of downtown Seattle" and more.
Be sure to get on their website and check out their weekend availability because they can book up quickly.
This promotion is only available through July 31, 2020.
Whether it's a girls' weekend or a family outing, this is a deal you might not want to pass up.
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