MV Olympus, launched in 1929, is one of the most elegant vessels remaining from that era. She offers a nostalgic retreat from the confines
of contemporary life by cruising the fresh water lakes adjoining Seattle, and exploring the emerald waters of the Pacific Northwest.
Combining beautiful old world craftsmanship with new world comfort and convenience, the MV Olympus specializes in the fine
art of classic cruising.
The main deck of the MV Olympus begins at the bow of the ship where teak steamer chairs await you. Here you are
perched with a view of the breathtaking scenery and abundant wildlife of the unspoiled Pacific Northwest waterways.
Continuing aft is the distinctive formal Dining Salon dressed in the finest furnishings and adorned with historical
Presidential photographs. Directly behind is the raised pilot house, followed by the newly restored and well equipped
Aft of the galley down the highly polished teak decks is the warm and beautiful main salon featuring
stunning woodwork, comfortable furniture with ample seating and surrounded with windows for excellent
viewing of the glorious Pacific Northwest scenery while underway. The fantail features covered seating
and climate controlled dining alfresco where breakfast, lunch and cocktails can be enjoyed.
Below deck there are four distinctive passenger staterooms. The Master Stateroom, Forward Port, has a queen size berth
and private head with shower. The VIP Guest Suite, Forward, Starboard, has a queen berth and private
entrance to a head with shower. Amidship Starboard is a bunk room with private entrance to a head with shower.
Aft the entire width of the vessel is the Stern Stateroom Suite with twin beds and a private head with shower.
The Aft stateroom is the Owner's Suite and is generally not available to charter guests except by special arrangement.
Main Deck Detail
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