The Argosy Cruises Seattle Harbor Cruise Virtual Tour Photo Gallery
View of lower downtown, Smith Tower, and the waterfront including the Seattle Aquarium (far left building)
View of downtown, the Seattle Aquarium (on far left), Waterfront Park, and the Alaskan Way Viaduct
A colorful view of the waterfront including the Bell Street Pier and the cruise ship terminal
The Space Needle, Myrtle Edwards Park, and the Olympic Sculpture Park (the red structure is Alexander Calder's Eagle)
Myrtle Edwards Park, the famous Post-Intelligencer Globe, and the Space Needle. The globe is a Seattle icon, is 30 feet tall topped with an 18 foot tall eagle, and weighs 13.5 tons.
A ship being filled at the Pier 86 Grain Terminal operated by the Port of Seattle. It takes three days for the Terminal machines to fill a ship.
Queen Anne Hill, one of Seattle's oldest and most beautiful neighborhoods.
The Elliott Bay Marina at the base of Magnolia Hill
A panoramic view of the Seattle skyline
A cargo ship and the Olympic Mountains
Close-up view of a cargo ship
Mt. Rainier rises behind the shipping terminal operations and the West Seattle Freeway bridge
Two cargo ships at the shipping terminal operations
Four tugboats at the shipping terminal
Three giant white loading cranes installed in 2012 at Terminal 18. These special cranes are 185 feet tall and can reach out over the water 200 feet. They are designed to unload new super cargo ships that are 1,300 feet long, 175 feet wide and are 24 cargo containers wide.
Normal size loading cranes. These cranes always remind me of the massive Imperial Walkers from Star Wars.
Domes of Safeco Field (left) and CenturyLink Field
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