If you really have nothing better to do, and money to burn, then this attraction is fine. You start with a ferry ride from Pier 55/56, which in itself is fine for the views of Seattle and the bay. But then, you're better off taking the ferry to Bainbridge. \r
You land at Blake Island where they ladle clams in incredibly hot water into paper cups. I like seafood in general, but after this experience, I can't stand the thought of clams. No doubt some people liked them - I saw a few empty cups. \r
Then you stand in line for the buffet. No way is the buffet worth what you pay for it. The salmon's fine, not great. Go to almost any well-recommended seafood restaurant in Seattle for better salmon. What I liked best was their bread made with molasses. At the table you get water, lemonade and iced tea, and some okay chocolate shaped like a salmon.\r
The dancing was amateurish - I've seen middle schools put on better shows. In my opinion, they do more of a disservice to Native American culture than anything else. Some of the dancers seemed like they'd been pressed into performing. \r
Then you get about a half-hour to wander along the beach. Most of us went to the beach, stood around for a few minutes, then returned to the ferry. \r
Overall, a very mild four hours. Not worth the $62-70, but maybe worth $30.
Pros: ferry ride, molasses bread
Cons: clams, entertainment, time to sepnd on island