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Art & Culture Center of Whidbey Island

Charters, Tours & Travel

Clipper Vacations

2701 Alaskan Way, Pier 69, Seattle, WA 98121

Visit our website or call for availability and schedules. Office hours 7 am - 7i pm daily.

Looking for the top-rated Seattle whale watching tour? View orca, humpback, other whales and sea life on an excellent whale watching day trip from Seattle to the San Juan islands, some of which include a stop-over in Langley. During the winter months, Clipper Vacations offers fun day trips to festive Christmas events in both Leavenworth and Langley. Have more time? Check out our Seattle to San Juan Island Overnight trips.

Puget Sound Express

Each spring majestic gray whales migrate from the southern waters north to Alaska. In March and April they pass through the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound, providing an excellent opportunity to visit and learn about these whales.

Our Whidbey Island Gray whale tours run approximately 2.5-3 hours, and the waters that we travel in are protected and usually calm. The tour must have a minimum of 15 passengers for a departure. Call to find out about upcoming tours.

SUVA – Coupeville Maritime Heritage Foundation

6 Front Street NW, Coupeville, WA 98239

Sails May-September from Coupeville Wharf. Call 360-320-4337 for sail schedule and reserve charters.

Whidbey Island’s “flagship” is 68′ Schooner SUVA. SUVA sails from the Coupeville wharf May through September with regular visits to Langley and other ports of call. Regularly scheduled sails for the public and private charters are available during the sailing season. For sale schedules and reserve charters, call 360-320-4337.

SUVA was built in 1925 in Hong Kong, designed by Marine Architect Ted Geary. In 2015 SUVA returned to Whidbey Island, purchased by the Coupeville Maritime Heritage Foundation. This non profit is open to any all who want to take part in maintaining maritime history.

Whidbey Island Distillery

3466 Craw Road, Langley, WA 98260

Tasting Room open daily 11 am - 5 pm
Complimentary tours and tastings

Home of the Loganberry Liqueur and other fine award-winning berry liqueurs. Whidbey Island Distillery is a family owned business run by three generations of the Heising family. We set out in 2009 to make a world class spirit right here on Washington’s own Whidbey Island, and in September 2011 we sold the first bottle of our Loganberry Liqueur.

Whidbey Island Kayaking Company

201 Wharf Street @ Marina, Langley, WA 98260

Open seasonally -
Weekends 10 am - 6 pm; Open weekdays beginning summer
Call or email first to confirm hours open

We offer kayak and bike tours, plus during the summer we rent kayaks and paddleboards. Our Tours include:
  • The Langley Marina Tour
  • Whidbey Half Day Kayak Adventures
  • Sunrise and Sunset Kayak Tours
  • The Nighttime Bioluminescence Experience
  • The Full Moon Paddle
  • Birdwatching Kayak Tour

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