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Outrageous Jet Boat River Cruise

Salmon Street/Naito Parkway, Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland, OR
+1 503-224-3900
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Jet Boating on the Columbia River

Awesome! Not to be missed. Scenery that can only be seen while in the middle of the river. Going... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2015
SylviaML
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Oregon
Columbia Gorge by River

One of the best tours in Portland is the Columbia Gorge jet boast tour by Portland Spirit. Captain... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2015
Ken M
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Vancouver, Washington
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14 Sep 2015
“Jet Boating on the Columbia River”
18 Jul 2015
“Columbia Gorge by River”
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Salmon Street/Naito Parkway, Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland, OR
Downtown
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+1 503-224-3900

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Reviewed 14 September 2015

Awesome! Not to be missed. Scenery that can only be seen while in the middle of the river. Going through the locks at Bonneville was an great experience and then time at Cascade Locks for lunch or a visit at the Brewery. Captain Jess (girl,...More

3  Thank SylviaML
Reviewed 19 July 2015

One of the best tours in Portland is the Columbia Gorge jet boast tour by Portland Spirit. Captain Tim was superb in handling the jet boat and explained the boat prior to departure. Alana, boat's Manager was very knowledgeable about the river and sights along...More

3  Thank Ken M
Reviewed 15 July 2014

The Outrageous is now called Explorer and no matter what the name it's a great trip up the river. The trip goes from Salmon St. Dock to Cascade Locks. It takes about 7 hours round trip, so allow yourself the day. The trip stops at...More

6  Thank tadriva
Reviewed 31 January 2014

We took this trip from Portland to Astoria on a very rainy blustery day two years ago, and had the best time ever! Despite the weather, the captain was very entertaining and informative, the boat trip itself was so much fun, the layover in Astoria...More

8  Thank Melanie C
Reviewed 11 August 2012

It was a little foggy the morning we took the boat and land package. By the time we made it to the Columbia River Gorge, it was sunny and in the 70's! For $99 an adult, you get the jet boat tour of 60 miles...More

5  Thank nancypants911
Reviewed 30 January 2012

I had a beautiful, sunny September day for my cruise to Astoria on the Outrageous. We left as scheduled and took a slow tour through downtown as the guide talked about the history of the many bridges and some buildings along the river. Once out...More

3  Thank NoBoringDays
Reviewed 20 January 2011

Wear a rain coat - it's part of the fun. Our captain was terrific - part historian part race boat driver. You see things not visible from roads, a nice perspective on the city. Highly recommend.

6  Thank NGage
Reviewed 25 August 2010

We took the Outrageous Jet Boat trip from Portland to Astoria in September 2009. We called the office a couple of days ahead to book, then showed up early in the morning for the ride. They were a teeny bit disorganized and the trip started...More

12  Thank half-Brit
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