Houseboats In Seattle


When I was on the duck tour, I saw a lot of houseboats and they intrigued me.  I took some pictures and then looked on the web to find better pictures of some I saw.  Most I have no idea what they are or who owns them, but found them very interesting.


This photo of Ride the Ducks of Seattle is courtesy of TripAdvisor


This photo of Ride the Ducks of Seattle is courtesy of TripAdvisor


This photo of Ride the Ducks of Seattle is courtesy of TripAdvisor

 
This photo of Ride the Ducks of Seattle is courtesy of TripAdvisor  Someone has a paddle wheeler.  Next to the white paddle wheeler is one that can be taken out on the water.  There is a black box facing the paddle wheeler, right under the  smaller window.  That is where the steering  helm is located.

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This one I saw from the duck on our back to the launch ramp.


This photo of Ride the Ducks of Seattle is courtesy of TripAdvisor


This photo of Ride the Ducks of Seattle is courtesy of TripAdvisor  Gasworks Park


This photo of Ride the Ducks of Seattle is courtesy of TripAdvisor


This photo of Ride the Ducks of Seattle is courtesy of TripAdvisor

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2 Responses to “Houseboats In Seattle”

  1. Charlotte Trayer Says:

    I don’t know…..a house boat might be fun for a few days’ vacation, but I don’t think I’d want to live on one full time!! Just doesn’t appeal, somehow. We get enough water coming out of the sky without having to surround the house with it, too!! LOL

    • Lee Kaplanian Says:

      I usually think of it when it is lovely sunny day – not sure about rain. Since I don’t think it will be for the foreseeable future, I will just use my imagination.

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