Virginia V

Steaming in the Northwest since 1922

Built in 1922 in the Puget Sound and recently restored, the Virginia V is a genuine wooden-hull ship with a fully-operational 100+ year-old steam engine.

Virginia V is one of the last operating steamships in America and Washington state’s most historic steamship.

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August 11, 2:00 pm

Working Waterfronts: A History Cruise on the SS VIRGINIA V

MOHAI and the SS VIRGINIA V are proud to offer a special afternoon cruise through Lake Union’s shipbuilding history.

Enjoy lively commentary from nautical narrator Joshua Heath while passing by icons of Seattle’s historic and contemporary working waterfront. Examine up close the tools used to create and repair boats and chat with local shipwrights.

Beer, wine and snacks will be available for purchase on board the vessel.

VIRGINIA V and MOHAI members receive 10% off snacks and drinks at the bar. Not a MOHAI member? Join today!

For disability accommodations, please contact programs@mohai.orgtwo weeks prior to the event.


Cost: $20 for MOHAI and VIRGINIA V members / $30 general public

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