Set sail from the historic Navy Pier and take part in one of the most scenic tours available in the Chicago area. Enjoy the water and the sight of famous buildings and landmarks as you cut through the water on the powerful Seadog Speedboats. You will be kept well informed by experienced and entertaining tour guides every step of the way as you tour the Chicago River on a 110 passenger, completely open-air speedboat.
About the Seadog
The Seadog I and Seadog II are 110 passenger capacity speedboats that boast CAT Turbo Charged Diesel engines. The speedboats are completely open-air, and passengers are seated in rows facing the front of the boat. The speedboat tours are safe for all ages, and while the goal is too keep passengers dry, weather and water conditions may get guests wet on their tour.
Things to See:
Buckingham Fountain - Considered Chicago's front door, the fountain is one of the largest fountains in the world. It was built in the style of a rococo wedding cake and was inspired by the Latona Fountain at the Palace of Versailles. It is meant to symbolize Lake Michigan.
Grant Park - Originally known as Lake Park and renamed in 1901, Grant Park covers 319 acres, and some of its most notable features are the Buckingham Fountain, Millennium Park, and the Art Institute of Chicago. The park features performance venues, harbor facilities, art work, and gardens.
Chicago's Museum Campus - The Museum Campus surrounds three of Chicago's most notable museums, the Adler Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium, and Field Museum of Natural History. It is also the site of Soldier Field football stadium and Northerly Island, formerly home to Meigs Field airport.