This boat is set up perfectly to enjoy Lake Union. Cruise around watching seaplanes take off, head towards the Ballard locks, or swing by Portage Bay. Bring along some floats and enjoy Seattle's summer from onboard the perfect lake boat.
The boat is located at Fishermans Terminal.
It has a, Bluetooth stereo, and seating to comfortably fit 6 adults. Just bring along ice, drinks, towels, and floats to make your trip a memorable one.
Swimming, cruising, relaxing, and champagne sunsets are what it is best suited for
The speed limit in all of Lake Union is 7knots
What are the requirements to rent this boat?
We require our renters to have boat handling experience or qualifications. This could look like your friends or family having a boat that you have driven and been solely responsible for, having rented a boat before, or having taken a boat handling class. If you wish to take the boat onto Lake Washington you are also required to have a State Boater Education Card - if you just wish to stay on Lake Union the temporary license we will issue you at check-in will suffice. We do not rent to people with no boating experience.
Does the boat have lifejackets?
Yes, the boat has adult lifejackets on board, as well as all other required safety equipment. The boat does NOT carry children's life jackets.
Does the boat have water skis, wakeboards, or tubes?
No, the boat is not set up for watersports.
Does the boat have an anchor?
No, the boat does not have an anchor or a depth gauge.
Does the boat have a shade, cover, or bimini?
No, the boat does not have a shade, cover, or bimini.
Does the boat have a sound system?
Yes, the boat has speakers as well as a Bluetooth radio.
Is there parking at the marina?
Yes. Parking: After turning into the marina, take a right at the 4-way stop. Between The Highliner Pub and Net Shed 4, just in front of the row of offices, is the 8hr parking section. It is free.
Are pets allowed?
No. Pets are not allowed.
Failure to refuel the boat costs a $100 charge on top of the cost of the fuel.
This boat can not go into Lake Washington without a state boater education card