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PS Express Seattle Whale Watching


500 Admiral Way
Edmonds, WA 98020
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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PS Express Seattle Whale Watching


(??.? miles from you)

500 Admiral Way
Edmonds, WA 98020
United States


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Night Time Fun

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Good Value

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Why You Should Go...

What’s a trip to Seattle without a whale watch? Puget Sound Express Seattle Whale Watching is the best way to see Orcas, humpbacks, and a whole menagerie of other sea life in comfort.

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Why You Should Go...

What’s a trip to Seattle without a whale watch? Puget Sound Express Seattle Whale Watching is the best way to see Orcas, humpbacks, and a whole menagerie of other sea life in comfort.

PS Express Seattle Whale Watching is one of the most prominent, family-run whale watching companies in the Northwest, having been around for over 30 years. Take a half-day trip and enjoy seeing whales while snacking on fresh baked blueberry buckle. Hop on a Puffin Cruise and visit Protection Island, home to thousands of nesting birds, from rhinoceros auklets to tufted puffins. Or take a more extensive journey through the deep with one of the many multi-day tours offered. Try the 3-Day San Juan Islands Wildlife Cruise to see whales, hike, and explore San Juan Island by day and stay at the famous Earthbox Inn and Spa in Friday Harbor by night. Whatever cruise you choose, take it in comfort with PS Express Seattle Whale Watching.

What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: April, May, June, July, August, September, October

Cost: Less than $150

Discounts: Children

Access: Wheelchair

Available: Guided Tour, Concessions, Shuttle Service, Gift Shop, Souvenirs, Bike Storage, Spa Services

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

Travelers must be checked-in no later than 30 minutes prior to sailing. Boarding closes 15 minutes before departure. 

Fun Facts

Puget Sound Express is a proud member of the Pacific Whale Watch Association (PWWA), dedicated to responsible, sustainable marine wildlife viewing and conservation in the Pacific Northwest.

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Why You Should Go...

What’s a trip to Seattle without a whale watch? Puget Sound Express Seattle Whale Watching is the best way to see Orcas, humpbacks, and a whole menagerie of other sea life in comfort.

PS Express Seattle Whale Watching is one of the most prominent, family-run whale watching companies in the Northwest, having been around for over 30 years. Take a half-day trip and enjoy seeing whales while snacking on fresh baked blueberry buckle. Hop on a Puffin Cruise and visit Protection Island, home to thousands of nesting birds, from rhinoceros auklets to tufted puffins. Or take a more extensive journey through the deep with one of the many multi-day tours offered. Try the 3-Day San Juan Islands Wildlife Cruise to see whales, hike, and explore San Juan Island by day and stay at the famous Earthbox Inn and Spa in Friday Harbor by night. Whatever cruise you choose, take it in comfort with PS Express Seattle Whale Watching.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: April, May, June, July, August, September, October

Cost: Less than $150

Discounts: Children

Access: Wheelchair

Available: Guided Tour, Concessions, Shuttle Service, Gift Shop, Souvenirs, Bike Storage, Spa Services

Extra Fun

Insider Info

Travelers must be checked-in no later than 30 minutes prior to sailing. Boarding closes 15 minutes before departure. 

Fun Facts

Puget Sound Express is a proud member of the Pacific Whale Watch Association (PWWA), dedicated to responsible, sustainable marine wildlife viewing and conservation in the Pacific Northwest.

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