Discover Argosy Cruise wheelchair accessible attractions, things to do, tours and activities for disabled travelers. Read our informative review of Argosy Cruise to learn if it is wheelchair accessible and wheelchair friendly, as well as if Jim recommends it should be avoided by travelers in wheelchairs.
For more than 60 years, Argosy Cruises has been celebrating the breathtaking beauty of the Pacific Northwest as a Seattle attraction. Founded as the Spring Street Water Taxi and then through the years operating as Seattle Harbor Tours and now as Argosy Cruises, the family-owned and Seattle-operated company has become the Northwest’s premier cruise company operating from the historic downtown Seattle waterfront, South Lake Union and Kirkland City Dock.
Tours and Events
Jim’s Accessibility Comments:
The cruise boats are located conveniently along Seattle’s renovated waterfront which offers multiple shops, restaurants and other attractions including the Seattle Great Wheel. Everything along the waterfront is very level and wheelchair accessible. Argosy Cruise has multiple cruise boats of which 2 are easily accessible by ramp and have wheelchair accessible restrooms on the lower deck:
- The Lady Mary is accessible by ramp on the lower deck. There are steps to the upper deck which is not accessible.
- The Spirit of Seattle is the dinner cruise boat which is accessible by ramp and has an elevator to the upper deck.