1101 N Northlake Way
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 304-1477

Amenities

The marina offers both covered and uncovered moorage. Key features of the marina include:

  • 10 covered 30' x 12' slips 
  • 12 covered 28' x 10' slips
  • 39 uncovered slips with floating and fixed docks
  • On-site bathroom and shower
  • Electronic security access
  • Breathtaking city views
  • Laundromat within 1 block
  • Some liveaboards permitted (subject to availability; separate fee applies)
  • 15A/20A/30A shorepower service available
  • Water included in all rates

Local Resources & Attractions

  • Immediately adjacent to Burke-Gilman trail
  • Situated next to lovely Fremont & Wallingford neighborhoods
  • Walking distance to Gas Works Park, downtown Fremont and Wallingford neighborhoods
  • Easy I-5 and SR99 access
  • Across the water from Morrison's fuel dock
  • Adjacent to Duck Dodge course and annual Fourth of July fireworks display

About Lake Union

Lake Union received its present name from Thomas Mercer, who in 1854 correctly predicted that canals would someday join Lake Washington to Puget Sound in a "union of waters." The Duwamish called it "Small Lake".  Three major streets are named in relation to the lake: Westlake Avenue, which runs along its western shore from Downtown to the Fremont Bridge; Eastlake Avenue, which runs along its eastern shore from Cascade to the University District, and Northlake Way, which runs along its northern shore from the University District past Gas Works Park to the edge of Fremont.  Read more about Lake Union on Wikipedia.

About Fremont

Sometimes referred to as "The People's Republic of Fremont"[2] or "The Artists' Republic of Fremont," and at one time a center of the counterculture, Fremont has become somewhat gentrified in recent years. The neighborhood remains home to a controversial statue of Lenin salvaged from Slovakia by a local art lover who was teaching in the area at the time. After the 1989 fall of the Communist government, he brought the statue to Fremont with money raised through a mortgage on his house.[4] In addition to Lenin is the Fremont Troll, an 18-foot-tall (5 m) concrete sculpture of a troll crushing a Volkswagen Beetle in its left hand, created in 1990 and situated under the north end of the Aurora Bridge. Read more about Fremont on Wikipedia.