Photo credit (left): Conrad NayPrideaux Haven is a series of protected coves and inlets along the Gifford Peninsula on the southern shore of Desolation Sound, is heralded as one of the most scenic anchorages in an area not shy of other beautiful spots. The well-protected harbor has enough arms, interconnecting coves and passageways to safely accommodate hundreds of boats. The warm waters of this area make it a perfect spot for swimming and snorkeling.
Prideaux Haven is also a marvelous place to explore by kayak. You can paddle for hours among the small coves, inlets and islands in the area. Note that there is no dock at Prideaux Haven. Passengers must transfer directly from the seaplane to a boat, arrangements for which are solely the passengers' responsibility.
Ready to fly to Prideaux Haven? Book online or call 866.435.9524
Scheduled service between Seattle and Prideaux Haven runs May 18 - September 24 and can be booked from Kenmore Air’s Lake Washington Terminal or from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport with a nominally priced shuttle connection.
Click here to see the schedule. Charter service is available year-round.