Rent the Best Yacht in Chicago
Rent a Yacht in Chicago
You can’t beat Chicago’s blissful summer season of perpetual sunshine and warm weather. While there’s an abundance of outdoor activities to embrace in this picture perfect time of the year, there’s nothing quite like a refreshing excursion aboard a luxury yacht.
Our professional and discreet staff are ready to help you plan the perfect getaway that will help you savor your summer days with friends or family.
Sites to See on Adeline’s Sea Moose River and Lakefront Architecture Tours
Rent a yacht in Chicago aboard the Adeline’s Sea Moose and enjoy your summer days in style. This 68-foot, four-story yacht offers pristine panoramic views of Lake Michigan and the city skyline, full catering from an attentive staff, a premium top-shelf bar, and plenty more convenient amenities that cater to any occasion.
Our river and lakefront architecture tours are the perfect fusion of education and entertainment with our knowledgeable docent highlighting fun facts and interesting details about the sites you’ll see along the way.
On our tours, guests will see different styles and periods including Beaux-Arts, Art Deco, Postmodernism, and more. Guests will also learn about the historical context for the styles as well as Chicago’s major historical moments, such as The Great Fire, the early explorers, and so on.
Here are just a few of the revered landmarks you can expect to see on one of our private tours:
1. Chicago Harbor Lock
This 600-foot long, 80-foot wide lock chamber is one of the busiest in the nation and can accommodate up to 100 vessels at once. The Chicago Harbor Lock separates the Chicago River from Lake Michigan, which you’ll pass by on our River Tour.
2. Wells Street Bridge
This historic, double-leaf, double-decked bascule bridge crosses the Chicago River and can be viewed on our River tour. You’ll see pedestrian and bicycle traffic on the lower level and the Chicago Transit Authority on the upper level. Built in 1922, The Wells Street Bridge spans 345 ft with a width of 72 ft.
3. Marina City
The iconic round buildings that make up Marina City are a Chicago landmark from architect Bertrand Goldberg and can even be seen on Wilco’s album cover “Corn Cobs”. It consists of two residential towers, a theater, office building, and parking for boats and cars, and was built with the intent to bring middle-class Chicagoans back to the city.
4. Willis Tower
This giant, 110-story skyscraper was the tallest building in the world upon its completion in 1973. Visitors flock to its famous skydeck, which is the highest observation deck in the U.S., and the all-glass balconies allow the deck’s visitors to see the streets below their feet.
5. Merchandise Mart
Situated on the Chicago River sits this steel-framed, 4 million square foot building which was completed in 1930. Similar to other Art Deco buildings in the city, the architecture style of Merchandise Mart reflected the optimism of the 1920s. Clad in limestone, bronze, and terra cotta and with rows of decorative chevrons and diagonal towers, this architectural landmark is a must-see.
Rent a yacht in Chicago and enjoy the city’s splendor on one of our private tours with friends or family. Allow Adeline’s Sea Moose to help you plan the perfect getaway complete with sips, bites, views, and great company!