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As of October 1, 2015, Seattle Parks and Recreation is in a new line of business! Seattle Parks and Recreation is managing the moorage operations of the three publicly held marinas on Lake Washington; Leschi North, Leschi South and Lakewood with skilled professional staff. We would like to thank Schober and Associates for nearly three decades of service as the concessionaire of these three sites. Below please find contact information, forms and site locations for our moorages. Wet slips and Dry Dock space is available! To apply, see our Forms and Documents.
For information about the Request for Proposal on this project, please visit our RFP page.
October-March: 12:30-5:30 pm.; Tuesday – Saturday
Leschi Moorage (North and South locations)
In Seattle's neighborhood of Leschi on Lake Washington, nestled north and south of on-going businesses. Some familiar eateries nearby are the Blu Water Café and Daniel's Broiler. The Leschi Market has been servicing the community and boat owners since 1948. Leschi North and South moorages have both wet and dry boat storage. With almost 200 water slips and with nearly 100 low dry dock small boat storage spaces, Leschi's rich sailing history dates back to 1949 when Leschi South was built. In 1962, the Leschi community realized the value of the publicly held moorages and added Leschi North. In collaboration with several of the sailing groups and Seattle Parks and Recreation, a small office and observation deck with an exterior platform was built to support the strong sail racing community.
In Seattle's Seward Park-Lakewood neighborhood, Lakewood Moorage is nestled between Adam Street Beaver Habitat and Andrews Bay, one of a few recognized anchorage areas on Lake Washington. The moorage hosts as many as 140 water slips with several low dry dock small boat storage spots for 16' or less. In 1952, Lakewood Marina replaced the aging public boathouse which was built in 1910 to its' current facilities and operations on Ohler's Island.
Seattle Parks and Recreation makes a Pledge: Clean Marinas!
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