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Welcome to LULA

Lake Union Liveaboard Association

LULA was formed to protect and promote the Lake Union liveaboard community, encourage stewardship of the lake, and to provide a community forum for all liveaboards on Lake Union and Ship Canal, from Ballard Locks to Union Bay. Formed in 2009, LULA has been a strong voice for the liveaboard community and has been actively involved in both City and State regulatory endeavors that have helped to preserve and protect people and property in our community.

Our Membership

Liveaboards in Seattle Waters;
Lake Union, from Ballard Locks to Union Bay, and Duwamish River

Click each image for: Definitions, FAQ’s, Regulations, Floating Residence Applications

Floating On-Water Residence
House Barges
Vessel with Dwelling Unit
Recreational Vesseis

House Boats

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Become a Member Today

Basic - Free $
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Standard $ 50 Per Year Per Vessel

Vendors $
50 Per Year

Supporters $ 50 Per Year

Limited Access

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Full Access

  • Email Newsletter
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Full Access

  • Email Newsletter
  • Listing in our Buissiness Directory 

Full Access

  • Email Newsletter
  • Listing in our Contributers Page

Latest from the Blog

LULA Annual Social

By |Mar 24, 2018|Categories: Activities, Blog, News, Our Blog, Political|

April 29, 2018 Puget Sound Yacht Club 4:00pm-7:00pm REGISTER FOR A FREE TICKET and join us for an inspiring evening celebrating and promoting our liveaboard history and community. Thank you [...]

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Four Houseboats Saved From Eviction —— March 6, 2018

By |Mar 7, 2018|Categories: Blog, News, Political|

Four (4) tiny houseboats have been saved from eviction by the efforts of LULA and the swift decisiveness of the Port of Seattle Commission. In their effort to purchase Salmon [...]

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Celebrate “The Locks”

By |Jun 22, 2017|Categories: Activities, Blog, News, Our Blog|Tags: |

July 9th there is a boat parade beginning at 10am. http://makingthecut100.org/event/boat-parade/ That is a Sunday and if you are around that day it might be a good day to see [...]

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