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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June 17, 2:00 pm

SS Virginia V Cruise: Planes, Trains, and Steam Engines

Hop aboard Seattle’s historic steamship, the SS Virginia V, on Father’s Day to explore the inner-workings of steam engines and discover what makes these powerful machines go. Dive into the history of mail delivery on Lake Union by planes, trains, and steamships.

All tickets include a complimentary scoop of Blue Bird Ice Cream.

Location: Virginia V

Cost: $25 for MOHAI and Virginia V members / $30 general public / $15 Youth ages 14 and under

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