Get out on the water and enjoy a sailboat charter in Seattle. Boating experiences on the water are made easy with Ocean Evasion. Seattle sailing is known as the number one sailing excursion. It’s been this way for the past 36 years, and the fun isn’t stopping anytime soon!
Whether you are planning on enjoying this private charter to see the landscape from a different perspective or if you want to jump into sailing, you can find everything you need on Ocean Evasion. There is no better sailboat rental in Seattle, so we hope to see you soon out on the water!
In Seattle, sailboat charters give you complete freedom to explore the Pacific northwest. There are so many bays and islands to choose from that you really can spend a full day or even a week sailing through Puget Sound and other bays.
Here are some beautiful islands you can check out:
There are plenty more islands and bays not listed here, however, some parts may be more difficult to get to depending on the boat.
You can choose to explore the water with a sailboat charter in Seattle with a captain and crew. It is a great idea to make your sailboat charter in Seattle with a captain and crew if you want to sit back and relax while someone else sets sail through the bays and lakes. You could also opt to rent your sailboat only with a captain.
Likewise, you could also choose to rent a sailboat without a captain and crew. This is a great opportunity if you want to start practicing sailing! You will need a valid boating license for the boat rental you choose. If you are not sure your license is valid, check with the boat owner.
Seattle does not get super warm, with the weather rarely getting hotter than 100°F. The best time to visit Seattle is actually from June to mid-October for sunny skies, and minimal rain. The temperature during this time period ranges from highs of 71°F to lows of 53°F.
During the months of November to February the temperature drops, ranging from highs of 52 and lows of 38°F. From March to May the temperatures start to increase, ranging from 54°F to 40°F.