Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Amazing Things You Should Know About Puget Sound Cruises

By Brenda Watson


If you are looking for a place to cruise around the globe, then the Puget Sound and the Salish Sea are some of the most breathtaking places to do so. You will get to where the Cascade and Olympic Mountains meet the sea and view it from a stunning island. You get to sail on clear, scenic blue waters to towns that are historical on the seaside such as Anacortes. Activities to be done include being part of traditional and smoked salmon eating. You can also take a trip through the San Juan Islands, getting to see wildlife such as eagles, whales, and seals which can be breathtaking. You will also be getting lessons from experts and historians on board who possess plenty of lessons about the influence of the Suquamish tribes and the Norwegians cultures. These, among very many other, other reasons you should visit Puget Sound Cruises.

The route that the ship takes begins at the very scenic Seattle, Washington making its way to Puget Sound. On the way, a detour to the Anacortes is accounted for. This place is relatively warm compared to the areas that surround it. It is, therefore, advisable to make most of your time here. Go to the Deception Pass State Park.

Next up is a sail through the San Juan islands. Enjoy sailing the Deception Pass and Skagit Bay. Here, the waterway is a system of islands, inlets and channels that are very intricate. Such intricacy, along with majestic wildlife, helps create very breathtaking scenery. Taking plenty of pictures here is useful for making memories.

Also to not be left behind, is the Friday Harbor in Washington. From the very moment you step off the ship, you will be taken aback by the excellent views and amazing aromas of the Friday Harbor. You can also stop by the San Juan Historical Museum if you would want a history lesson on how people of the islands used to live. Regardless of who you are, this town has something in store for you because you can traverse its diverse topography. This is inclusive of lush valleys, pebbly beaches, and mountains that are huge.

At Port Angeles, you can enjoy exciting shops, excellent views of the mountains and harbor, restaurants and fresh air. The downtown is very convenient and boasts of outdoor art, flowers and friendly people. If you have your passport ready, you can make your way to Victoria, a nearby Canadian town.

Little Norway is a town where Norwegian fishers settled there back in 1892. The area is also referred to as Poulsbo. The landscape is similar to that of their original country. The Front Street wall is unique and beautiful. It consists of unique shops, pretty art galleries you can visit, and many interesting wall paintings.

Mountains capped by snow, islands full of forest and beauty that is pristine is what you will be surrounded by as you go through Admiralty Bay on your way to Port Townsend. Some of the activities you can do here are to explore the very vibrant downtown and its historic district. You will be able to visit boutiques, museums, and galleries full of art. Fort Worden State Park is also located in this port.

You can finally rest at Seattle after a whole week of sailing. This is not the end of the fun, however. You can enjoy the sounds and sights offered by the Pacific Northwest.




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