Seattle cruise ship project, more ordinary, if not included in the pass, I think it can be ignored. There are not many boat flights. It seems that there are also five or six flights every day. We chose the one at 12:05 noon. The yacht pier was beautifully laid out. It was a minute's sunshine. Calculate your own time and queue up a little earlier. There are many more tourists than Ferris Wheels. The cruise ship has two floors, the bottom is indoor, and naturally climbs up two floors to see the scenery. But sitting on the open floor is also a price to pay, either sunburnt or frozen by the wind. About an hour's journey back and forth, the crew on board basically explained the whole journey, very admirable. It's interesting to see a ship full of seals (sea lions, indistinguishable), said to have come from Alaska. By the way, there are food and drinks in the bottom cabin, but we didn't eat them until we got off to eat the others.