Posted March 13th 2018 in Latest News, News and Updates,


Norwegian Blissat 164,600 tons, and 4,200 passengers, the Bliss will be the largest ship to ever sail in Alaska and purpose-built for the market. The newest Norwegian Cruise Line ship is due to arrive in Seattle for her inaugural sailing on May 30th.

Seven cruise lines and eleven ships now have homeport in Seattle: Carnival Legend; Celebrity Solstice; Eurodam, Zaandam & Amsterdam of Holland America; Norwegian Bliss and Norwegian Pearl; Oceania Regatta; Emerald Princess & Ruby Princess and Royal Caribbean’s Explorer of the Seas.

Four further cruise lines each have a ship which calls at least once at Seattle in 2018: Crystal Symphony; Seabourn Sojourn, Windsor Cruises’ Star Legend, and Azamara Quest.

MoPOP – Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes

From April 21, 2018, the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) right next to the Space Needle will host a major retrospective exhibition telling the Marvel story through comics, film and other media, taking place as it celebrates 10 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and ahead of the 80th anniversary in 2019.

“This is the largest exhibition ever staged at the Museum of Pop Culture,” said Brooks Peck, curator, MoPOP. “We’re thrilled to present more than 300 original artworks, props, costumes, and genuine relics of pop culture history, from the earliest incarnations of super heroes in comics to ground breaking movie moments reflecting the timeless appeal of the Marvel universe.”


This new rail and wine tour specialist, offers 4 and 6-night escorted tours in the Pacific Northwest. The package tours are complementary to pre or post cruise add-ons, standalone explorations, or for visitors who want to see more of Washington State and Northern Oregon without hiring a car.

Leaving from Seattle, featuring a scenic rail journey and deluxe accommodations, travellers traverse the scenic Cascade Mountains, the mighty Columbia River basin, and Washington’s premier wine destination, Walla Walla.  InquisiTours offers the Northwest lifestyle in comfort and ease and is ready to work with the international market.

New Nordic Heritage Museumopens in May in a stunning 57,000 square foot purpose-built museum in Seattle’s Ballard neighbourhood.   For more than a century, Ballard and nearby Fremont and Wallingford on the north side of Seattle have been the neighbourhoods with the strongest Scandinavian, and particularly Norwegian, heritage.

It provides even more reason to include this maritime enclave and hip foodie hotspot on ‘must visit in Seattle’ bucket-lists.  Chittenden Locks and its salmon ladder, together with the Carl S English Botanical Garden are close by.

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Nov 27, 2018

The Port of Seattle is celebrating 20 years serving the cruise industry and this 2018 season, welcomed 1,114,888 million revenue passengers through its cruise terminals, the second year in a row the Port exceeded the one-million passenger mark, up 4% on 2017 numbers. More growth is expected in 2019 with the arrival of the Royal … Continue reading Port of Seattle record-breaking 2018
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Nov 19, 2018

Mount Rainier is not only one of the highest and most spectacular mountains in the USA at 4,392 m, it also has over 120 glaciers and expansive views across the Cascades and the famous Mount St Helens, one of the most active volcanoes in the Cascades. For the summer months, hiking and climbing  are popular … Continue reading Wilderness paradise at Mount Rainier
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Nov 12, 2018

Visitors to Seattle will continue to have the choice of five direct, non-stop air services to the city in 2019 with Virgin Atlantic and British Airways offering daily flights from Heathrow; Norwegian offering four flights a week from Gatwick, Thomas Cook Airlines growing from two to three services a week from Manchester, and Aer Lingus … Continue reading DIRECT NON-STOP FLIGHTS FROM THE UK AND IRELAND TO SEATTLE FOR 2019
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