What is the history of Trek Ferry?
The Trek Ferry was originally the car ferry "Bob Ellis" based out of Ketchikan, Alaska. In 2013 the Ferry took new ownership, was renamed "Trek" and brought down to Lake Washington with plans of pursuing new optimistic opportunities. Since then, Trek Ferry has happily become a popular private charter offering unique and diverse experiences!
What's TREK's Covid-19 Policy
Trek will require guests to present proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test and valid ID at the time of boarding. The name on the proof must match your legal, unexpired photo ID. If you are unable to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test at the time of boarding, you will not be allowed to board and there will be no refunds.
How big is the Ferry?
102' long x 42' wide offering over 3,000sqft of open usable space
Where is the Trek Located?
2441 N Northlake Way, Seattle, WA, 98103
Refund and Cancellation Policy
All sales are final. No refunds will be given unless the cruise is cancelled due to unforseen circumstances such as weather.
How many people can TREK Ferry accomodate?
The Trek currently has the capacity to host up to 100 people.
TREK boarding procedures?
For public ticketed TREK events, boarding will begin boarding 30 minutes to an 1 hour prior to the cruise's departure.
Can I bring on outside food and drink onto TREK cruise?
Unless prearranged, there is no outside food or beverages allowed onboard. There are snacks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages available for purchase on the TREK
Are there restrooms on board?
Yes! TREK Ferry has 2 restroom facilities onbaord