We’ll depart from Astoria’s West Mooring Basin Slip D-5 located at the Astoria Riverwalk Inn, travel beneath the beautiful Astoria Megler Bridge connecting Oregon and Washington via the Columbia River.
View Astoria’s historic waterfront from the decks of the Christina Cousteau, a 40’ Tollycraft Yacht with heated cabin and restroom facilities.
Along the route we’ll pass by Pier 39, the restored Hanthorn Bumble Bee Seafood Cannery, the Coast Guard Station at Tongue Point and almost always encounter singing sea lions.
Following many of the routes blazed by Lewis & Clark as they explored the Columbia River Estuary in 1805, we’ll travel through the Lewis & Clark National Wildlife Refuge, offering breathtaking photo opportunities.
Passing alongside the Twilight Creek Eagle Sanctuary we’ll often have the opportunity to view Bald Eagles, Osprey, Great Blue Herons and Canada Geese among the abundant species of waterfowl in the area.
Navigating along the narrow channels we’ll view a hand cranked railroad bridge together with floating homes and salmon nurseries.
Adventuring back out into the main channel shipping lanes of the Columbia we’ll view huge oceangoing ships up close and personal.
Arriving back at the dock, we’ll have had a great adventure filled with memories!!!
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