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Ride the Ducks of Seattle
Sightseeing Tour Agency
Today 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
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Trivia Tuesday! Does anyone know how tall the Seattle Great Wheel is?!
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Congratulations to Vincent and Curstyn, they got engaged #onaduck last week! On their tour, Captain Tuck N Roll announced he had a "special delivery" for Curstyn and handed her a note from Vincent. He then got down on one knee and she said YES!!
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Our Westlake Center location is now open for the season! Find us on the corner of 4th and Pine, tours depart daily between 11am-3pm!
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One of our favorite tour sights is Gas Works Park! Open since 1975, the park covers over 19 acres and was built on the site of a former gasification plant! We want to know: what's your favorite tour sight from #onaduck?!
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A family that quacks together, stays together! Thank you to our Instagram friend Meghan for sharing this awesome photo!
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Something new is coming!
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Trivia Tuesday! Pictured here is the Aurora Bridge (formally known as the George Washington Memorial Bridge), what year did it opened to traffic?!
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Hope you all are enjoying your Sunday! Joke time: what do you call a crate full of ducks?
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We’re hiring! Are you a light-hearted, fun individual that can help us bring laughs to our guests? Come join our extraordinary Customer Service Team!
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Our maintenance crew does an amazing job at keeping our Ducks healthy! We’re looking for a skilled mechanic to join our team! Full-time, year-round. http://ow.ly/u50NS
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516 Broad St Seattle, WA 98109
516 Broad StUSWASeattle98109
Sightseeing Tour Agency, Boat Tour AgencyToday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Tour Seattle by land and water on a WWII amphibious landing craft! It's a party on wheels that floats!
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People talk about land and water, houseboats, westlake center, land and sea and experience music project
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megan garvin
reviewed 2 weeks ago
We went to Seattle for the first time and loved this! This was AMAZING!!!! I would recommend this to everyone! This was an amazing tour, and lots of fun! Beautiful views on the water. We have three kids 16,11,and 6. This tour was PERFECT for all of us.
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Elias Collins
reviewed a month ago
Ride the ducks in Seattle, is a wonderful family experience, you get to know all the tourist attraction in Seattle in an incredible fashion, the drivers are all funny and know a whole lot about the Emerald City, you get to see the Seahawks Stadium, the Cafe where Frazier was tapped, the Space needle, The Giant wheel, and besides all that, everybody also enjoy the attention the locals give you when you are on the ride, and going through the ride was amazing! Going to Seattle bay is also amazing... I highly recommend Seattle and also the duck ride!!
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Aaron Hoyland
reviewed 6 months ago
My wife and I had a great time on the tour. It's completely ridiculous and highly cheesy, which is EXACTLY the point. Our driver was Phlip, and he was simply excellent. Great sense of humour and energy level.
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Kirsten Pickett
reviewed 4 weeks ago
This is definitely a fun way to spend the afternoon. We chose a beautiful day in Seattle to take a spin out on the water with a friendly tour on the ducks. Being Seattle natives we definitely felt like we were joining the tourist train, some of the info was a bit exaggerated, and the word cheesy wouldn't even begin to describe their shtick. It was fun though and really cheesy is pretty much expected right? The tour is a great way to see a little of Seattle outside of downtown. Would recommend especially if you have young kids.
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Nicholi Miller
reviewed in the last week
This is an absolute most in seattle. The captain of my boat was absolutley amazing and everyone on the boat seemed to have a great time. Its good family fun so bring the whole fam.
Brendan Smith
reviewed a year ago
This statement is intended for informing consumers about the company you are supporting. I am a Seattle native born and raised and celebrate and invite sharing this great city with though who visit it. Recently Ride the Ducks has acquired land on east Lake Union. Without regard in terms of environmental impacts, or consulting the community they have decided to build a new ramp in front of a great neighborhood park and in front of the houseboats. The exhaust, noise, and pollution travels south into a cherished community swimming area. The Ride the Duck tours will pass every four minutes within 120 feet in front of where communities of residents from small children to elderly adults live, play, and swim in the water. This new ramp has significant health, environmental, and quality of life effects on the community here. Please support our great city and don't support Ride the Ducks, your tour will be fun yet imagine if there was honking and large vehicles moving in front of your home every 4 minutes taking away the health and safety of swimming and public gathering. Please be an informed consumer, Ride the Ducks is for profit and has chosen to disregard respecting the community in favor of your money. Thank you for considering this, and consider this in front of your home.
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