1327 N Northlake Way
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 304-1477

Amenities

Formerly the historic Doc's Dock, the marina went through a substantial redevelopment and rebranding in 2010 to add a new tenant-dedicated parking structure, lockers, nicely-appointed bathroom, grated decking, security gate, Wi-Fi, structural improvements and electrical upgrades. The result is a first-class marina that was largely influenced by the tenant community and continues to evolve based on tenant feedback. It was also granted 'Clean Marina' certfication in February 2012 for "excellence in pollution prevention and promoting clean boating practices."

Features of the marina include:

  • 30 secure fixed-dock slips
    • 14 covered 42' slips (approx. 15' beam)
    • 16 uncovered slips from 20' - 80'
  • New 30A and 50A shorepower service
  • Full service bathroom/shower
  • Gated access
  • Dedicated tenant parking
  • Included mobile pump out service
  • Secure, weather-proof lockers (for fee)
  • Wi-Fi and cable TV
  • On-site management
  • Bike storage
  • Exclusive service discounts available only to tenants
  • Strong, respectful community of boaters
  • Marina-sponsored events
  • Breathtaking downtown Seattle views!

Local Resources & Attractions

  • Adjacent to Burke-Gilman Trail
  • Walking distance to downtown Fremont & Wallingford
  • 5 minute walk to Gas Works Park
  • Easy I-5 and SR99 access
  • Adjacent to deli/convenience store
  • 75 yards to nearest Laundromat
  • Across the water from Morrison's fuel dock
  • Yards to Duck Dodge course and annual Fourth of July Fireworks display

 

About Lake Union & 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.