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WENDY LISTER’S

Waterfront Book 2015

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Words from Wendy Wendy’s Waterfront Listings Wendy’s Water View Listings Recent Solds Memory Lane Faces and Places: Waterfront Communities Waterfront Resources & More:

- Opening Boating Day 63 - Local Author 64 - Seattle Landmarks 65-69 - WA Boater Education Card 70 - Navigation and Charting Retailers 71 - Boating Rules and Regulations 72-73 - Waterfront Parks 74-75 - Water Activities 76-81 - Dining by Boat 82-83 - Marinas and Boat Moorage 84-87

- Fuel Docks Lake WA and Lake Union 88 - Boat Launches 89 - Boat Lifts and Docks 90 - Docks 91 - Washington State Ferries 92-93 - City Halls 94 - Seattle Dock Builders 95 - Surveying Waterfront 96-97 - Local Boat & Float Plane Dealers 98-99 - Beachstore.com 100

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WATERFRONT! CELEBRATIONS! Boats, beaches and buoys ~ saltwater experiences of clams and crabs ~ lakefront parades and high-spirited parties. Watermelon, fireside roasts, jet skis, fireworks, camping, fishing. Be a little nosy and drift by Lake Union’s houseboats, fantasy homes and storybook cottages; the thrill of trolling on Puget Sound or fly-fishing on the river; the treat of zipping over the waves to restaurant destinations for clam chowder, filet mignon or salmon. Our market is based on economic issues of stock markets, interest rates, political platforms, confidence and pent up desire. Please take my hand; I’ll walk with you as we tour all types of waterfront properties and the nature of the communities where they can be found in Faces and Places (my district profiles). Go to www.WendysGoneDigital.com where you will find Wendy’s Waterfront Book as the front page headliner. With a wish for safe boating and responsible captains. Ahoy!

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5330 Butterworth Road, Mercer Island $26,800,000 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 9.5 Home Sq Ft: 14,940 Lot Size: 1.88 ac Year Built: 1996 Fireplaces: 7 2015 Taxes: $81,699 -4-

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280’+ Waterfront

LAKE WASHINGTON Steeped in legend the moment of completion. Guarding its prominence, the sprawling attitude must be experienced (80’main hall). Interplaying with dazzling grounds: full sports pavilion, private tennis court, spa; exhibitor squash; renowned vessel dock. Majesty of space for hundreds; intimacy for 2. Seven room Owner ste. ~ opens to outdoor magic. Opulent movie theatre; inventive billiards parlor; tap room; distinguished chef domain; scone and tea room by the putting green. Exclusively lakeshore. Elevating your imagination! Volume signals festivity ahead. Explicit care to create private/shared domains. 7 stunning hearths. Separate wine and keg rooms. 1/7 int. adjacent dock/ lakefront.

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4425 Forest Ave SE, Mercer Island WA $10,888,000 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 6 Powder Rooms: 2 Home Sq Ft: 9,790 Lot Sq Ft: 35,516 Year Built: 1997 Fireplaces: 4 2015 Taxes: $68,974 -6-

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LAKE WASHINGTON Coming home! With head lifted high and spirits revived! Coming home! Glorious scenes of towers, mountains, lake...the viewfinder’s path revealing a world of beauty. Strength of Demetriou design ~ superiority of major vessel moorage. Shy ten thousand sq. ft. of “performing walls of windows” and “gallery halls for art”. Splendor on Forest Avenue’s remarkable contemporary! Owner has been unable to put this home in superior presentation order yet. Ask your Broker to call for information on dates.

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Medina, WA $9,688,000 Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 8 Home Sq Ft: 9,100 Lot Sq Ft: 21,360 Year Built: 2011 Fireplaces: 4 2015 Taxes: $64,969 -8-

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80’ Waterfront

LAKE WASHINGTON Poised...soaring golden doors...diamond bracelet in orbit illuminating the arrival hall. Sliding rippled panels ~ cool industrial chic. Dinner room ~ interconnected pyramids. Crystal drama ~ calm splendor. A moving gallery of reed glass open to receive cuisine from a kitchen intended for culinary mastery. Fingerprint code lock for master ste. Elevator. Propulsion pool, sauna, media. Auspicious lakefront reflecting patterns of the sky. 3.5 kitchens. 6BR 8 Bath rooms. Respectful of Feng Shui.

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3535 W Mercer Way, Mercer Island WA $8,188,660 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 5 Home Sq Ft: 6,350 Lot Sq Ft: 33,661 Year Built: 1989 Fireplaces: 3 2015 Taxes: $55,250 - 10 -

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LAKE WASHINGTON First time on market! Remarkable 204 level front feet Lk Washington shores. Rare, highly coveted west facing double lot. Superb entertaining venue ~ party time year round at waters edge. Mesmerizing views and sunsets from every room; protected outdoor patio; sports court, 2000 bottle wine cellar, level lush lawn. A lifestyle of living grandeur and elegant comfort. Extensive, sensational remodel; minutes from both downtown Seattle and Bellevue. A private treasure ~ enviable ~ brilliant.

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1900 Faben Drive, Mercer Island WA $6,588,000 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3.5 Home Sq Ft: 6,893 Lot Sq Ft: 19,600 Fireplaces: 3 Year Built: 1990 2015 Taxes: $42,477 - 12 -

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LAKE WASHINGTON Island Oasis! Nautical adventures at the gentle, rippling shore of treasured Faben Point. Sprawling spaces unfold to startling expanses of views... windows frame astonishing scenes at play. Kaleidoscope colors dawn to dusk, mountain tips, city reflections, docks, beaches. Private hoop and play ground. Overscale main floor Master, French doors - near to convenient junior BRs. Spaces never end at the water-level recreational zones; ice-cream soda kitchen; physio workout; media; billiards.

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9205 Shoreland Dr SE, Bellevue WA $5,328,680 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 5.5 Home Sq Ft: 6,290 Lot Sq Ft: 8,005 Year Built: 2001 Fireplaces: 5 2015 Taxes: $33,254 - 14 -

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62’ Waterfront

LAKE WASHINGTON A Mediterranean, traditionally found where the warmth of the people spill into their homes. Distinctive characteristics: red tile roofs; stucco façade; romantic loggias, arched windows, wrought iron rails. A Palm Tree! Gentle colors, caramel hues; soft corners, columns. A flair of home spun elegance; arced stair-rails, stone floors. At the crown of the Point, ‘Keeper of the Views’. Breathtaking passages over land, water and city towers ~ inspire, motivate. Great dock, Lake Washington. Play!

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16 Meadow Lane, Mercer Island WA $4,388,000 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3.5 Home Sq Ft: 5,050 Lot Size: 14,865 Year Built: 1997 Effective Year: 2005 Fireplaces: 3 2015 Taxes: $30,362 - 16 -

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90’ Waterfront

LAKE WASHINGTON Unbroken connection with Lake Washington… transparent walls for greatroom pageantry at water’s edge. It’s all modernity: art walls, center dining for 14 to 18, glass, avant-garde design. Owner Ste. on view! Superb 90’ level frontage, substantial private dock, float plane moorage; plus 1/8 interest 2nd dock/beach. High expectations answered: angular ceils; the kitchen hub command arena; action-movie PULSE-O-VISION. Bonus extraordinaire up...frolicking core-room/media down. The beach! Rituals of sky and water... swirling clouds creating images of make-believe shapes...marshmallows fireside.

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3103 Fairweather Place, Hunts Point WA $3,888,000 Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 3 Home Sq Ft: 2,720 Lot Size: 15,591 Acre Year Built: 1965 Effective Year: 2000 2015 Taxes: $21,018 - 18 -

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LAKE WASHINGTON It’s high tone easy living on Hunts Point. A one level sleek sophisticate. The common bonds of Fairweather Basin: 80 front feet for most; own to middle of canal; celebrated level land, level water, level access. Valued gentle waters. Pool at waters edge. 2012 dock reconstruction. ‘Caregiver’ for this home is on unexpected Sabbatical. Her absence created a lapse in ability to show this superb property until Mid-May. Please contact your Broker to send notice of interest in receiving information.

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23235 Marine View Drive S, Des Moines WA $3,388,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 5.5 Home Sq Ft: 5,900 Lot Sq Ft: 60,068 Year Built: 1937 Fireplaces: 4 2014 Taxes: $15,752 - 20 -

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LAKE WASHINGTON PUGET SOUND Where the inner artist has been unleashed… ‘Gated French Country Farmhouse’. Pristine, manicured published gardens spanning from street to Sound. Unparalleled western views of emerald isles, sunsets, the marine channel. European cuisinette: pie and wine counter; overscale Morice range. Formal day rooms, private loge screening room for twelve...popcorn. Tasting cellar, cheese island. Spectacular rotunda, a perfect sphere. An aura of beauty as marbles, iron, old-growth pine ~ burnish with age.

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LAKE WASHINGTON

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4408 95th Ave NE, Yarrow Point WA $5,388,000 Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms: 5.5 Home Sq Ft: 7,110 Lot Sq Ft: 27,467 Year Built: 1995 Effective Year: 2009 2015 Taxes: $25,460 - 24 -

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LAKE WASHINGTON The Pursuit of Perfection on Yarrow Point! Defining strength of design ~ threading creative worlds in a journey of innovative precision. An imaginative façade of slate, shingle, granite, copper, pillared porches. Lines of diversity create corridors of interest through the panache of color, textiles, world collections. “Theatre”, a designated synonym for the 2 story entrance ~ leaded eye-brow window, geometric inlaid floor scheme. Deeded Moorage! The purpose of getting your attention succeeded!

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3037 67th Ave SE, Mercer Island WA $3,588,000 Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 5.5 Home Sq Ft: 7,930 Lot Sq Ft: 15,239 Year Built: 2008 Fireplaces: 4 2015 Taxes: $18,011 - 26 -

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LAKE WASHINGTON Strength is beauty: gray stone and stucco façade, iron doors ~ lattice details. Architectural exhilaration: 12’ ceilings, soaring 22’ hall; iron bronze/crystal drop illumination; intricate fireplaces. Handsome office. Handscraped hardwood, crisp white millwork. Formal living and dinner rooms...stunning chef domain/rich, warm greatroom, fpl. 2 owner suites: primary has coved ceils, fpl, party shower, creamy rich. Theatre, billiards, 2nd kitchen. Lovely westward views. Level play yard. Private! Every inch was supervised. Fountain, exterior music, fantastic campfire circle.

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505 W Mercer Place #500, West Seattle WA $3,188,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3.5 Home Sq Ft: 3,060 Lot Sq Ft: 5,134 Year Built: 2002 Fireplaces: 2 2015 Taxes: $22,623 - 28 -

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PUGET SOUND Ensembles of stunning plateaus wrapped within a tremendous greatroom. Spectacular sky penthouse 2 story home...eclectic views of snowtipped mountains, city neon, salt-water blue, industrial steel frames captured by massive expanses of glass. Ferries, freighters ~ sunsets, storm watching. Mesmerizing! 1700sf of decks. 5 to 7 car personal garage (security access)...elevator to door. Kitchen slab extraordinaire. Gallery walls. Swan wet bar. 2 to 4 BR. A Suite of Dreams! New pics coming. One flue.

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1034 Evergreen Point Rd NE, Medina WA $3,188,000 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4.5 Home Sq Ft: 5,110 Lot Sq Ft: 18,720 Year Built: 1950 Effective Year: 1994 Fireplaces: 4 2015 Taxes: $18,720 - 30 -

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MEDINA Energy of glass, rigorous attention to commercial grade build, style savvy even in the gardens. Rethinking gallery walls - hi-impact. Brilliant Owner suite - one of a kind pamper salon romance by the hearth. Hardwood floors, great rooms with deck extensions. 12 sky-lights. Windows open view interaction with breathtaking grounds of year round color fascination, wine and cheese party shed, stunning landscape lamps. Unparalleled Medina, it’s schools, post office, beach. 2 mi. to Bellevue bustle. 2 zone heating, Steam shower (Hydroshield glass - no spots), Caesarstone ledge. 4 fpls. 6 x 6 wine room. Surround sound: family room, downstairs TV, guest/media room. Whole house wired for music.

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720 Overlake Dr E, Bellevue WA $2,630,000 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 5 Home Sq Ft: 5,820 Lot SqFt: 15,408 Year Built: 1966 Effective Year: 2000 Fireplaces: 4 2015 Taxes: $15,803 - 32 -

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LAKE WASHINGTON Blooming energy~crisp pigments of nature vigorously parading colors at play. A gentle lane wraps the architecture birth of 1966, transformed in 2000. An entry sculpture announces artistic intentions ahead. Freedom to roam‌gazing at collections; site line interrupted by gardens. Entertain 2 or 100. Cushioned window seat, bay window credenza. Full 2nd floor owner suite for bed, bath and beyond. Sunlit swim pool experiences; private night dips. Rec, media, hobby shop. Shared Lk Wash access...ideal. House of art, of living, of joy. Towering trees stand at a respectable distance. Southern twinkles of the Bay, Pickle Point, lake. Mt. Rainier

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4018 E Mercer Way, Mercer Island, WA $2,188,680 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4.5 Home Sq Ft: 4,460 Lot Sq Ft: 11,815 Year Built: 2003 Effective Year: 2011 Fireplaces: 2 2015 Taxes: $14,759 - 34 -

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LAKE WASHINGTON Confident execution ~ buoyant design ~ style surprises. Cylinder columns integrated into the fireplace; rich millwork; overscale deck off the greatroom ~ dining, napping, watching regattas, hosting barbecues. A magnificent kitchen...proudly pretty and chef friendly. Facing Lake Washington... brilliant views thru picture windows. End of day, blissful Owner Ste... sitting room, fpl. Double sinks in primitive stone. Porcelain tub for star gazing. Moorage slip at shared dock. Private guest quarters. A/C plumbed for 2nd floor...breezes from lake. Kitchen backsplash is digital art piece rendered in tile. Walk-in pantry. Blazing full view from extended deck. Dining area lit by inverted parachute of a chandelier.

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1720 Victoria Ave SW, Seattle, WA $1,888,000 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3.5 Home Sq Ft: 3,770 Lot Sq Ft: 5,300 Year Built: 1993 Fireplaces: 1 2015 Taxes: $13,170 - 36 -

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PUGET SOUND Ski-high backdrop of spiraling towers‌ a panache of blue sound, white-capped mountains; dominant shoreline of cranes, convoys of luxury liners. Breathtaking! At home, urban modern oasis. Striking courtyard. Magnificent steel kitchen ~ Basalt, glass tiles, exotic woods. Collective dining, lounging, entertaining. Theatre, media, Ann Sacks, galleries, hardwood, elevator. Curved glass dining bar at deckside view. Counting star-falls at night from owner’s suite. Eagles in parade. Spirited fireworks! River rock fountain, Bamboo rustling seductively, European balcony ajar to courtyard. Steps away, views so jaw dropping, put your dentist on speed dial. Space needle, harbor and beyond. Luxuriate in the spa bath.

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13120 167th Ave NE, Redmond WA $1,680,680 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 4 Home Sq Ft: 6,283 Lot SqFt: 39,340 Year Built: 1985 Fireplaces: 8 2015 Taxes: $9,942 - 38 -

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Was it only yesterday... The tremendous Street of Dreams promotion... Starwood. Gated security lane of daydreams and fantasies come true. Spectacular lodge-home ~ sprawling beauty focused on pool, gardens. 8 fireplace hearths for warmth and glow. Walls of glass, stone, knotty pine. Private playground for all ages. Solarium gateway from kitchen to pool. 2nd party kitchen by large wine cellar. Square dance ball room or theatre. Decks, patios, hot tub, grill. Terra Cotta, slate designer floors. Lighted stone plinths. Great indoor paths... log pillars. Handsome office. Loft rooms... study, TV under watchful eyes. Wet bar; shellacked pine slab. Outdoor stone fireplace - year-long warmth.

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14425 3rd Ave. NW, Seattle WA $1,568,860 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 4 Home Sq Ft: 4,468 Lot SqFt: 10,761 Year Built: 1939 Effective Year: 1993 Fireplaces: 2 2015 Taxes: $7,837 - 40 -

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Cherished landmark Colonial. Honored, rekindled at its finest...a classic preservation. Statuesque columns...guardian sentries of French doors, traditional cottage windows, dentil stresses, crown molding. Rich original fir floors; expanses of oak; Carrara marble, shutters, bay window (breakfast nook), subway tiles...synonyms of charm. Viking 6 burner (and grill), pasta faucet. Formal living and dinner rooms on grand scales. Exquisite library. Stunning owner salon-sanctuary. Full carriage home. Coach house extraordinaire. Boxwood gardens, arbor paths. A scrapbook home for building memories. Developed attic...2 bonus rooms and R.I. bath.

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46707 SE 156th Place, North Bend WA $915,000 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 4 Home Sq Ft: 3,940 Lot SqFt: 91,476 Year Built: 1999 Fireplaces: 4 2014 Taxes: $14,092 - 42 -

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SNOQUALMIE RIVER A Norman Rockwell dream! Covered rockingchair porch... picturesque river rock, green shutters, stone based pillars. Wainscoting, crown molding, 4 fpls, 4 ba! French doors; sensational kitchen remodel. New appliances, charming breakfast bench. Sizeable greatroom (wood-burning fpl). Library, slate floors, paned windows. Significant bonus. Palladium window, cherry floors, owner suite (fpl). (hear soft ripples of the river)? Mini elk herd peeks in from forest. Legal says: ownership to mid-river.

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SOLD WATERFRONT/VIEW PROPERTIES 2014-2015

9407 SE Shoreland Dr, Bellevue WA LP: $2,888,000 - 46 -

Inventive Design! Creating an Impact! Hi-tech NW modern! Scapes of Meydenbauer Bay.

8188 NE 19th St, Clyde Hill WA LP: $1,888,000

Sky towers, snow peaks, neon bubbles, iconic city facades, reflections of colors mirrored.

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SOLD WATERFRONT/VIEW PROPERTIES 2014-2015

7728 Overlake Dr W, Medina WA LP: $3,888,000

Distinctively Medina...magnificent architectural grounds.

5250 146th Ave SE, Bellevue WA LP: $2,830,000

Sheaf of wheat in metal ~ stirring emotions ~ a sculpture that divides and links.

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SOLD WATERFRONT/VIEW PROPERTIES 2013-2014

8115 NE 8th St, Medina WA LP: $3,580,000 - 48 -

Rosebuds lifting their face to summer ~ celebrating Medina’s magnificent garden.

15143 Uplands Wy SE, North Bend WA LP: $1,588,850 Countryside charm...fresh and French showcase charactre!

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SOLD WATERFRONT/VIEW PROPERTIES 2014-2015

7623 Overlake Dr W, Medina WA LP: $2,388,860

Impressive volume ~ great rooms in a sprawling rare one level home.

1239 Parkside Dr E, Seattle WA LP: $2,880,000

A community of Architectural Showcases ~ A shy century of panachĂŠ.

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371 100th Ave NE #300, Bellevue WA LP: $1,680,000 - 50 -

A superior steel construction 3444sf downtown Bellevue condo.

5044 Butterworth Rd, Mercer Island WA LP: $4,668,000

Beverly Hills home redefining ‘OGLEWORTHY’. Celebrating swanky Bling.

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SOLD WATERFRONT/VIEW PROPERTIES 2014-2015

4520 Ferncroft Rd, Mercer Island WA LP: $2,188,000

A legacy of traditions‌ strongly rooted, building new memories.

8851 SE 8th St, Mercer Island WA LP: $1,218,000

One of two Island Point #1 properties going street to street...80th to 82nd.

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1291 NW Elford Dr, Seattle WA LP: $3,188,500 - 52 -

Absorbed by blue saltwater; improbable outreach as sea-lane freighters.

1624 205th Place NE, Sammamish WA LP: $1,298,000

A proud custom home…sunshine exposure, view score 100, contentment 101.

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SOLD WATERFRONT/VIEW PROPERTIES 2014-2015

2423 61st Ave SE, Mercer Island WA LP: $1,450,000

A brilliant western focus on the neons of Seattle citylights and white caps of Lk Wash.

1023 Columbia St, Seattle WA LP: $2,680,000

The celebrated Painted Lady at the corner of Boren and Columbia.

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11 W Smith St, Seattle WA LP: $840,000

1936 was a good year...it’s intention honorable...it’s charm intact.

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17410 453rd Ave SE, North Bend WA LP: $995,000 Fall City’s chicken/gravy. Full time ~ weekend love!

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WATERFRONT FACES AND PLACES

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Bellevue Burien Des Moines Highlands of Seattle Kirkland Lake Forest Park Laurelhurst Leschi Magnolia Medina Mercer Island Mt. Baker Newport Shores Normandy Park South Bellevue Queen Anne West Seattle 2015 - Coldwell Banker Bain - Wendy M. Lister, Inc.

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Presents:

WATERFRONT RESOURCES

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OPENING DAY OF BOATING SEASON SPONSORED BY THE SEATTLE YACHT CLUB Opening Day, the official opening of Seattle’s boating season sponsored by the Seattle Yacht Club, includes a celebration of many kinds of water activities. Festivities will include a morning of crew races, a sailboat race, and of course, the grand Opening Day boat parade on Saturday. As always, the Opening Day Parade starts at noon the first Saturday in May with the blast of a cannon and the raising of the Montlake Bridge. Seattle Yacht Club’s Opening Day has become the nation’s largest regional celebration of water, spring, and the opening of boating season. Opening Day in Seattle is a family affair; families decorate their boats for the festivities and parades; spread blankets on the shoreline and spend hours watching and picnicking.

Opening Day Log Boom Information: The log boom is on the Northern boundary of the parade route. The Seattle Yacht Club and the University of Washington provide the log boom. You use it at your own risk. Neither the Seattle Yacht Club nor the University of Washington are responsible for any injury or damage claims. Please use good judgment and good nautical practices when maneuvering and mooring. Pay attention to weather conditions, and help your fellow boaters. No watercraft may cross or be on the parade route while it is closed. The North or Log Boom side requires reservations. Please respect the clearly marked area on the West (shore) end of the log boom reserved for University of Washington VIPs. The parade route closes at 9:40am and does not reopen until the SYC Marshall Boats announce the parade route has reopened, which will be sometime after 2:30pm, depending on the length of the parade.

*Information & photo courtesy of nwboatinfo.com/Events.html

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WORDS FROM A LOCAL AUTHOR: “LAKE WASHINGTON 130 HOMES”- DAVID DYKSTRA

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My wife, Susan, and I live on Lake Washington waterfront on the west side of Mercer Island. We absolutely love our waterfront lifestyle! We enjoy relaxing on our decks and dock and looking at the scenery and activities on the lake. But mostly we enjoy getting out on the lake on our boat, Happy Hours (see photo). We participate in water activities (tubing, water skiing, swimming and the boat’s water slide) with the kids and grandkids. We also have many wine and cheese cruises with the adults while looking at spectacular scenery and beautiful homes. We became so infatuated with the magnificent waterfront mansions, I decided to research the mansions and write my book, Lake Washington 130 Homes, to share my research with other (including “armchair”) boaters.

Learn More: www.hundredhomes.net

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Seattle’s Water Landmarks Gas Works Park has a play area with a large play barn, and big hill popular for flying kites. Special park features include a sundial, and a beautiful view of Seattle.

Access to Lake Union is restricted at Gas Works Park, entering the water or launching boats from the park is prohibited (SMC 18.12.070). There is no swimming, no fishing and no wading in the park. Burke-Gilman Trail runs past Gas Works parking lot and follows the BurlingtonNorthern Railroad 12.5 miles north to Kirkland Log Boom Park. This 20 acre point on Lake Union was cleared in 1906 to construct a plant to manufacture gas from coal - later converted to crude oil. Import of natural gas in the 1950’s made the plant obsolete. The city acquired the site for a park in 1962. The park was opened to the public in 1975. The boiler house has been converted to a picnic shelter with tables, fire grills and an open area. The former exhauster-compressor building, now a children’s play barn, features a maze of brightly painted machinery. Info: www.seattle.gov Image: www.fogwp.org

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Seattle’s Water Landmarks cont. The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks are always a great attraction. Late spring/ early summer is a great time to enjoy the beautiful Carl S. English, Jr. Botanical Garden.

The gift shop in our visitor center has a wonderful garden pamphlet which will help you find many of the rare and exotic plants waiting to be discovered. Every trip to the Locks should include a walk in the garden, watching the boats, visiting the fish ladder, and exploring the exhibits and gift shop. This is a place “where the activity never stops!”

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Operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the locks were formally opened on July 4, 1917, although the first ship passed on August 3, 1916. They were named after U.S. Army Major Hiram Martin Chittenden, the Seattle District Engineer for the Corps of Engineers from April 1906 to September 1908. They were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. Info: www.nws.usace.army.mil Images: www.myballard.com (left) www.panoramio.com (right)


The “Ballard Locks” is your “gateway” to the Puget Sound. There is no need to be intimidated your 1st time through, you just need to be prepared. There are things you need to have, know and understand before you enter the locks. MUST HAVE - Two 50 foot lines (for the large locks) with an eye at least 12 inches in diameter on one end and an adequate number of fenders for both sides of your vessel.  NEED TO KNOW - When approaching the locks, assume you’ll be using the small locks located on the south side. You will see lights to indicate if you may proceed in or not. Green light means enter; Red means you’ll be waiting. All commercial boats have priority. The Lock Master is the man in charge so do what they say, no matter what! If you’re asked to wait, (and it will happen) you can tie up on the south wall, either in the lake or the Sound. Do not tie up on the north-side wall. You may also raft off. If you’re tied up, let others raft off of you if possible. Some times it may take an hour or more before you get through and no one wants to idle that long. When heading into the lake you’ll be going “up” in the locks. Heading to the Sound, you’ll be going “down”. UNDERSTAND - When using the locks, your crew should understand they have a role to play. Everyone needs to work together. Following directions is an absolute must. The one goal on everyone’s mind is to get through without losing their mind or damaging their boat so look at what’s happening around you. Is there a current? Windy? Raining? How many boats are waiting? Who’s ahead of you? Whatever the situations is, be prepared for anything. The biggest issue you will run into is people being impatient and crowding. Give other boaters room to maneuver and make sure they’re ready to receive you if you’re rafting. Using normal logic seems easy but for some reason, it seems to get lost when you’re inside these walls.  Small Locks:  The small locks will be on the south side. First thing to remember - small locks are first come, first serve. Be aware who’s ahead of you and don’t cut. Second, the small locks have a sliding wall that moves up and down with the water level. When entering from the lake side, assume you’ll tie up on the starboard side. From Puget Sound, most likely you’ll tie up on the port side but be ready for anything.As you enter, take it slow and don’t crowd the other vessels. Look for one of the lock attendants and they will direct you where they want you to go. Once you’ve entered, stern tie first, wrap you rope around the “button” and bring it back to the cleat. Don’t tie it down too hard. Reason: in very rare situations the wall may fail and not move with the water level. If this happens, you need to act fast and let line out.

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Once the lockage is complete, the doors will open. DO NOT UNTIE until you’re told to do so. If there is a vessel next to you, make sure you help guide them out. Once you’ve been given the O.K. to exit, untie in the order instructed and proceed slowly. It’s a good idea to give yourself just a little push off so you don’t slide or bang up against the wall as you leave. That’s it! You’ve made it through the small locks. Large Locks: The large locks are on the north side. LARGE VESSELS FIRST!  As you enter, assume you’re going on the wall. This is where you need your 50-foot lines because there is no sliding wall. Entering from the lake- side , assume you’ll tie up on the starboard side. From Puget Sound, assume the port side. Again, be prepared for anything and everything. Once your vessel is secure, be ready for others to raft off of you.

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From The Lake Heading to Puget Sound - In this situation you’ll be going “down”. If you tie up on the wall you’ll hand your lines to the lock attendants, “eye” first. They will secure it around the “button” and hand the rest back to you. Tie down both lines a.s.a.p. Once secured, be ready for another vessel to raft off of you. Once everyone is in and secured, they’ll close the door and will announce for everyone to “Man Your Lines”. This means you need to untie (but DO NOT LET GO) and let line out as the water level goes down (only when you’re on the wall). Be sure the stern is in tight as possible. This will keep your bow from hitting the wall. You will want to half wrap the line on the cleat for leverage. Once the lock has been lowered, you will be instructed to tie down your lines. Even though your lines are secured and tied down, you must stay alert. The current will move you around as the doors open so stay on top of things. Never untie until you are told to do so by a lock attendant. From The Sound Heading to the Lake -  From this direction you will be going “up”. When entering, the lock attendant will throw down a line. You’ll take that line and the “eye end” of your rope and tie them together. They will pull it up and secure it. Once secured up top, you’ll tie your end down to the vessel. Again, once secured, be ready for others to raft off and stay alert. This is why you need to give other vessels space to maneuver. It takes some time to tie up in this situation.

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When you hear the chime, the water level will start to rise. As it rises it’s important to keep the stern in as tight as possible. If you float off the wall a little it’s o.k. just pull it back. However, you must communicate and work with the person manning the bow. Once you get to the top, you’ll be told to tie down your lines.  DO NOT UNTIE until you’re told to do so. The water needs to equalize and there is a strong current. If you raft to another vessel: when leaving from another vessel, give yourself a little push off so you don’t rub their vessel or scratch yours. Remember, take it slow, give each other space, and listen to the dock attendants. They are there to make your experience a good one. Also know, you will screw up once in awhile. Everyone does at some point but that’s all part of learning... And boating! Few Other Tips: The lock attendants are doing their job. They’re trying to protect your investment and you. Remember, if you get snapped at, it’s because you’ve done something wrong. If you think you’re right, remember they’re always right! If you are in a large vessel or sailboat, you may have to ask for as many as six bridges to be raised. You should know the height of your mast and be prepared to signal the bridge tender at least 100 yards (30.48 m) from the bridge.  Open Signal: 1 long & 1 short blast. *The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

*Information courtesy of http://www.seattle.gov/parks/boats/rules.htm

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Washington State Boater Education Card Mandatory Boater Education

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In 2005, a law was passed requiring boat operators to take a boater safety education course in order to operate a boat in Washington state. The law applies to operators of motorboats with 15 horsepower or greater. Boaters can take an education course in a classroom, online or at home. Once the course is completed and test passed, boaters need to send a completed application for their card. *Information & photo courtesy of nwboatinfo.com/Wash-StEducation-Card.html

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If you are planning to cruise Puget Sound and beyond here are some retailers who can help you prepare for your trip... Navigation & Charting Links... Click Below: Anacortes Electronics Armchair Sailor Big Bay Technologies Boaters World Captains Nautical Supplies Chyna Sea Ventures Defender Emerald Harbor Marine Evergreen Pacific Publishing Fisheries Supplies Furuno USA Garmin GeoNav Island Marine Instrument KVH Industries Lowrance

Lunde Marine Electronics Navionics Nobeltec Overton’s PSI Company Radar Marine Raymarine Rose Point Navigation Sea Tech Systems Simrad West Marine Wholesale Marine Yacht Masters *Information courtesy of nwboatinfo.com/ Navigation-charting.html

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BOATING RULES & REGULATIONS SPEED REGULATIONS

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7-KNOT AREAS (7 Knots is equal to 8 mph) The Lake Washington Ship Canal runs between Lake Washington and Shilshole Bay. It has a general maximum speed limit of 7 knots. This includes the waters Westerly from the Webster Point Light, in Lake Washington, all portions of Union Bay, Portage Bay and Lake Union, the Fremont Cut, the Locks and west to the entrance buoy at Shilshole Bay. Within 100 yards of any shoreline, pier, restricted area or shore installation in Lake Washington. Within 200 yards from shoreline in all other waters of the city. This includes the waters of Puget Sound off Shilshole Bay, Elliott Bay and within the Seattle City limits. 4-KNOT AREAS Government Locks: From the western end of the west guide pier of Hiram N. Chittenden Locks to the eastern end of the east guide pier. 3-KNOT AREAS Andrews Bay, South of the outermost headlands of Andrews Bay, on the northwest side of Seward Park, (Lake Washington). Rainier Beach: Within 100 Yards of the shoreline of Lake Washington in an area bounded on the north by an extension of South Henderson St. and bounded on the South by an extension of South Carver St.

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LAKE UNION TEST LANE. Within Lake Union there is a “Speed lane� marked by 4 yellow Buoys. The course runs east and west. Its purpose is for the operational testing and demonstration of vessels. Contact the Seattle Harbor Patrol for further information regarding the use of the Lake Union speed lane. REDUCE YOUR WAKE!! The speed zones within the city are in place to prevent accidents and protect persons and property against injury or damage. Be a courteous boater. Reduce your speed around small boats such as kayaks and canoes. In the close quarters of Lake Union Houseboats and boats moored at the many marinas around the lake are susceptible to wake damage. For additional information contact: Seattle Police Department Harbor Patrol 1717 North Northlake Way Seattle, WA 98103 Phone: (206) 684-4071

*Information courtesy of http://www.seattle.gov/parks/boats/rules.htm

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WATERFRONT PARKS Puget Sound / Lake Union / Lake Washington BLUE: The Puget Sound has waterfront parks scattered along the shoreline, our map displays popular ones from North Seattle down to Des Moines, WA. All provide different amenities and attractions, places for families and friends to play in the salt water!

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YELLOW: Lake Union’s proximity to and scenic views of Seattle make it a popular recreational spot. Seaplanes operated by Kenmore Air and Seattle Seaplanes land and take off from the lake throughout the day. Pleasure boats from Lake Washington pass through on their way to Puget Sound. RED: Lake Washington is a large freshwater lake adjacent to the city of Seattle. It is the largest lake in King County and the second largest natural lake in the state of Washington, after Lake Chelan. It is bordered by the cities of Seattle on the west, Bellevue and Kirkland on the east, Renton on the south and Kenmore on the north, and surrounds Mercer Island. The lake is fed by the Sammamish River at its north end and the Cedar River at its south. Citation: http://en.wikipedia.org

To view our map click here: WATERFRONT PARKS

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Water Activities Whale Watching - Victoria Clipper 2701 Alaskan Way - Pier 69, Seattle, WA, 98121 206-448-5000 www.clippervacations.com

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Argosy Cruises

1101 Alaskan Way, Pier 56, Seattle, WA, 98101 206-623-4252 www.argosycruises.com

Blue Sky Outfitters

9674 50th Ave SW, Seattle, WA, 98136 800-228-RAFT www.blueskyoutfitters.com

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Water Activities Kenmore Air

950 Westlake Avenue, Seattle, WA, 98109 425-486-1257 www.kenmoreair.com

Puget Sound Sailing

5632 Marine View Dr., Tacoma, WA, 98422 253-383-1774 www.pugetsoundsailing.com

Ride the Ducks

516 Broad St., Seattle, WA, 98109 206-441-3825 www.ridetheducksofseattle.com

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Water Activities Saltwater State Park

25205 8th Place, Des Moines, WA, 98198 253-661-4956 www.stateparks.com/saltwater.html

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Seattle SeaplanesÂ

1325 Fairview Ave. E., Seattle, WA, 98102 206-329-9638 www.seattleseaplanes.com

Electric Boat Company

2046 Westlake Ave N #102 Seattle, WA 98109 (206) 223-7476 www.theelectricboatco.com/

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THE ARGOSY CHRISTMAS SHIP FESTIVAL The Argosy Christmas Ship™ festival is a holiday celebration that has been a Northwest tradition since 1949. Its main purpose is to bring communities together to celebrate the holiday season. From our flotilla of ships to the crowds of people who gather onshore, this celebration is one of the gems of the holiday season. The Argosy Christmas Ship™ sails to different Puget Sound waterfront communities. Choirs onboard sing 20-minute performances to these communities, broadcast through a state-of-the-art speaker system. On shore, thousands of people gather around roaring bonfires anticipating the arrival of the Christmas Ship™. You can either join on board the Christmas Ship™ or one of the Parade ships that follow, or join with friends and neighbors to gather together for your own caroling tradition.

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If you own your own boat, feel welcome to add lights to your vessel and join in the festival and help form the largest holiday floating parade in the world! Information courtesy of Argosy Cruises

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Resources DINING BY BOAT Dining by boat is one of the best ways to spend a summer evening! Here are some restaurants that provide moorage for their boating guests.

Lake Union:

Chandler’s Crab house: On Lake Union at Chandlers Cove. Dock at the north tip of - 82 -

Chandlers Cove. Some moorage may be found on the west side of the cove. 206.223.2722

Chinooks At Fisherman’s Terminal: Dock located directly in front of Chinooks on

the west side of terminal and about 150 feet of dock space with a 2-hour limit but it’s free. Fisherman’s Terminal offers overnight guest moorage that is on the east side but very close to Chinooks. 206.283.4665

Joey’s On Lake Union: Located at Chandlers Cove. Joey’s is just to the north of the

cove. Dock at the north tip of Chandlers Cove. Some moorage may be found on the west side of the cove. 206.749.5639

McCormick and Schmick’s Harborside: Located southwest Lake Union, just a few docks north of Kenmore Air. The dock is on the south side of the building. Dock has about 50+ feet of moorage. 206.270.9052

Rock Salt: Located on the southwest side of Lake Union. The Rock Salt is behind a private marina so it may take a little time to find it. There is a dock on the side that is very close to the parking lot. The dock has about 60+ feet of space.  206.284.1047

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Lake Washington:

Blue Water At Leschi: Leschi is located on the west side of Lake Washington between the

floating bridges. There is moorage at the public wharf between the 2 marinas. Leschi can get rough so watch the water conditions. 206.323.2233

Ivar’s Seafood Bar At Renton’s Coulon Park: Coulon is located on the south end of Lake Washington next to Boeing. Kidd Valley is located in the park, right next to the marina. You can receive free moorage for a few hours. 425.226.2122

Poppinjays At Carillon: A Cafe and Catering Company: A favorite place for lunch at Carillon

Point! Enjoy fast and fresh “made to order” deli sandwiches and salads - delicious hot entrees and soups - and a variety of home baked pastries and desserts. Carillon Point is located south of downtown Kirkland. Enter marina from the north entrance. The public guest pier is available on a first come first serve basis unless signs on the dock say otherwise. For safety reasons, boats larger than 36’ are required to use the outside of the guest pier. Poppinjays located in plaza. 425.828.3048 http://www.nwboatinfo.com/Dining-Out.html

...And more...

Ivar’s Salmon House-North Lake Union Blu Water Bistro-Leschi Daniel’s Broiler-South Lake Union Daniel’s Broiler-Leschi Dukes Chowder House-South Lake Union Kid Valley Hamburgers-Coulon Park, Renton bin on the lake-Carillon Point, Kirkland Beach Café, Woodmark Hotel-Carillon Point, Kirkland

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Resources MARINAS/BOAT MOORAGE

Chinook Lake Union Boat Moorage 2525 Fairview Avenue East, Seattle WA (206) 323-2344

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

Leschi Yacht Basin

202 Lake Washington Blvd, Seattle, WA (206) 328-6777

Lakewood Moorage

4500 Lake Washington Boulevard South, Seattle, WA (206) 722-3887

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Resources MARINAS/BOAT MOORAGE

BELLEVUE MARINA

6-99th SE, Bellevue, WA 98004 425-443-1090 (Harbour Master)

Please call City of Bellevue for Marina slip availability (425-452-4883). 60 open and covered slips, 20’ to 46’. Rates: $8.50/ft. open, $9/ft. covered. No liveaboards. Facilities: Parking, short walk to Old Bellevue, (shopping / food / full service). - 85 -

CARILLON POINT MARINA 7000 Carillon Point, Kirkland WA 98033 425- 822-1700

200 open slips, 34’ to 60’; some 30’ side tie space available. Rates: $10$12.15/ft plus metered power. Liveaboards not allowed because of city ordinances. Facilities: showers, restrooms, pump-out, fuel nearby, restaurants, stores, post office, locked gates, after-hours security guard and parking. *Guest moorage: call for availability.

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Resources MARINAS/BOAT MOORAGE

KIRKLAND YACHT CLUB MARINA 137 Park Lane #200., Kirkland, WA 98033 425-822-0291

91 open slips, 30’ to 150’. Call for availability and prices. Yearly leases from May 1 to April 30th. No liveaboards allowed due to city ordinances. In the heart of downtown Kirkland. Facilities: restrooms, showers and lockers. - 86 -

MARINA PARK

505 Market Street Suite # A, Kirkland, WA 98033 425-587-3340

*Guest Moorage: 77 slips.0’-50’. Rates: 0’-20’ $7’/night; 21’-30’ $8’./night; 31’34’ $12’/night; 35’-40’ $15’/night; 41’-50’ $18’/night; 51’ and over $25’/night. 72 hour limit, no reservations. Facilities: restroom, grocery, restaurant. Ramp available for boats under 24 feet. Boat access card only, April 1 - Oct. 31.

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Resources MARINAS/BOAT MOORAGE

NEWPORT YACHT BASIN

3911 Lake Washington Blvd. SE, Bellevue, WA 98006. 425-746-7225

400 condo slips. Rentals available, 206-267-2535. Sale and rental also available: RKI Marine Properties, (206) 284-9991. Yacht Sales on site through Eastside Marine Brokers 425-747-2628.

YARROW BAY MARINA

5207 Lake Washington Blvd. N.E., Kirkland, WA 98033. 425-822-6066

120 open and covered slips up to 50’. Call for rates, Liveaboards not allowed due to city ordinances. Facilities: restrooms, pump-out, parking, year-round fuel dock, full-service yard, marine accessories store, runabout/ski boat rentals and restaurants adjacent.

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Resources FUEL DOCKS ON LAKE WA/LAKE UNION

Ballard Oil Co

North Lake Marina

Chevron C/W

Seattle Boat

Morrison’s North Star

Yarrow Bay

Diesel Only Located: Ship Canal Phone: 206.783.0241 - 88 -

Located: N. Ship Canal Phone: 206.784.0171

Marine Located: Lake Union-Seattle Phone: 206.284.6600

No Diesel Located: Kenmore Phone: 425.482.9465

Located: Newport Shores Phone: 425.-641.2090

Located: Carillon Point Phone: 425.822.6066 ext. 4

*Info courtesy of nwboatinfo.com/Lake-Union---Lake-Washington.html

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Resources BOAT LAUNCHES

Lake Union | Lake Washington 14th Ave Boat Ramp

Mercer Island Launch

Atlantic City Ramp

Newport Yacht Basin

Lake Union - Seattle

Rainier Beach - Seattle

Next to I-90 East Side

Bellevue

Gene Coulon Park

Stan Sayres Park

Kenmore Boat Launch

Sunnyside Ave N Ramp

Kirkland Marina Launch

W. G. Magnuson Park

Renton

Kenmore - Bothell

Limited Parkin

Lake Wash. - Seattle

East of Gasworks Park

Lake Wash. – Seattle

*Information courtesy of nwboatinfo.com/Boat-Launches.html

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Resources BOAT LIFTS | DOCKS Basta Boat Lifts

Seaborn Pile Driving

Lakeside Construction

Seattle Dock Repair

Marine Restoration

Sunstream Boat Lifts

NW Quality | Lifts & Docks

Waterfront Construction Inc

Bellevue | 425.641.8911 Boat - PWC lifts & Accessories

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Issaquah | 206.850.0250 Residential Docks & Pile Driving Kirkland | 425.576.8661 Dock Construction, Shore Repair Snohomish | 360.668.0191 Boat Lifts, Docks & more

Mercer Islands | 206.236.1700 Pile Driving, Docks, Residential Seattle Area | 206.659.5409 Repair & Engineering Services Kent | 888.786.5438 Boat Lifts, PWC Options

Seattle | 206.548.9800 Piers, Floats, Bulkheads, Docks

*Information courtesy of nwboatinfo.com/Boatlifts-Docks.html

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Resources DOCKS

Construct or modify:

Before construction or change to a dock of any kind can take place the proper permits must be obtained. Depending on your property and the type of construction you are planning, it may be necessary to obtain permits from local, state, and federal authorities.

So where do you start?

The first place you want to go is your local City Hall. They have been through this process many times and will be the best resource for you to begin. Most of the cities have permit apps available on their website but you won’t know which permits are applicable to your sight until you have spoken with the proper officials. Some cities will require that you have a “Pre-Application Conference” before they will instruct you as to what permits you will need. Don’t worry, Pre-Application Conferences are a good thing. It will save you a lot of frustration and time in the long run. Listed on the next page are local City Halls and related information...

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Resources WASHINGTON STATE FERRIES

SCHEDULE INFORMATION (BY ROUTE) Spring 2015 [Apr 6, 2015 - Jun 14, 2015]

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Anacortes / San Juan Islands / Sidney B.C. Port Townsend / Coupeville Mukilteo / Clinton Edmonds / Kingston Seattle / Bainbridge Island Seattle / Bremerton Fauntleroy / Vashon Fauntleroy / Southworth Southworth / Vashon Pt Defiance / Tahlequah 2-Boat Fauntleroy / Vashon / Southworth [Currently Inactive]

Summer 2015 [Jun 15, 2015 - Sep 20, 2015] Anacortes / Sidney B.C. Anacortes / San Juan Islands Port Townsend / Coupeville Mukilteo / Clinton Edmonds / Kingston Seattle / Bainbridge Island Seattle / Bremerton Fauntleroy / Vashon Fauntleroy / Southworth Southworth / Vashon Pt. Defiance / Tahlequah 2-Boat Fauntleroy / Vashon /Southworth [Currently Inactive]

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Vist: www.wsdot.wa.gov/Ferries for all information on traveling and schedules.

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Resources CITY HALLS BELLEVUE CITY HALL

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450 110th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004 (425) 452-6800 www.bellevuewa.gov City Hall: 8am-5pm M-F Development Svcs: 8am-4pm M,T,Th,F; 10am-4pm Wed *Pre-Application Conference – optional

HUNTS POINT CITY HALL

3000 Hunts Point Rd, Bellevue, WA 98004 (425) 455-1834 www.huntspoint-wa.gov 8am-12pm, 1pm-5pm M-F Permit Days: T & Th Contact: Sue Israel *Pre-Application Conference – required for construction cost over $25,000

MEDINA CITY HALL

501 Evergreen Point Rd, Medina, WA 98039 (425) 454-9222 www.medina-wa.gov 8:30am-5:00pm M-F *Pre-Application Conference - optional

MERCER ISLAND CITY HALL 9611 SE 36th St, Mercer Island, WA 98040 (206) 275-7601 www.mercergov.org 8:30am-5pm M-F *Pre-Application Conference – required

YARROW POINT CITY HALL 4030 95th Ave NE  Yarrow Point, WA 98004 (425) 454-6994 www.ci.yarrow-point.wa.us/ 8:30-4:30 M-F *Pre-Application Conference – required for construction cost over $50,000

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Resources SEATTLE DOCK BUILDERS

Barry Nyman & Assoc Inc 11720 NE 30th Pl, Bellevue, WA 98005 (425) 836-2239

Sea & Shore Construction Inc 5535 28th Ave. West, Seattle, WA 98107 (206) 324-3434 www.seaandshoreconstruction.com

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Seaborn Pile Driving

9311 SE 36th St, Mercer Island, WA 98040 Âť Map (206) 236-1700 www.seabornpiledriving.com

Waterfront Construction Inc 205 NE Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98105 (206) 548-9800 www.waterfrontconstruction.com

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Resources SURVEYING WATERFRONT

Shoreline Management

www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/sea/shorelines/index.html

Safekeeping Washington’s shores

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Washington has about 28,000 miles of shorelines – more than the distance around the Earth. Our shorelines include both quiet breeding areas for blue-ribbon trout and areas where 30-foot waves build and carry away beaches. This wild, dynamic nature of shorelines draws us to the water’s edge. Managing our use and development of shorelines is important. It helps us to preserve what we value and protect life and property. Sharing and caring for shorelines is everyone’s responsibility.

Shoreline Master Programs

Local Shoreline Master Programs apply the Shoreline Management Act at the community level. The Act was adopted by the public in 1972 to help manage shorelines.

Shoreline Management Act Rules www.ecy.wa.gov/biblio/1106005.html

Rule adoption notice for amendments to state’s Shoreline Management Act rules. Amendments address commercial geoduck aquaculture, limited amendments to local shoreline master programs, and housekeeping changes to better align the rule to current state statute. Notice includes adoption, filing and effective dates.

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Resources SURVEYING WATERFRONT

Triad Associates 12112 115th Ave NE Kirkland, WA 98034

Phone: 425.821.8448 Toll Free: 800.488.0756 Fax: 425.821.3481 Email: info@triadassociates.net Web: www.triadassociates.net

Waterfront properties in the State of Washington have some very unique challenges relative to their boundaries and building setback lines. These include issues like accretion and reliction along riverfront and tidal properties. This is when the boundary lines move with the shoreline as Mother Nature changes the landscape. In addition there are man made changes that effect boundaries like properties along Lake Washington when the lake was lowered for the Ballard Locks. Understanding the rules and laws of Washington State’s riparian boundaries takes years of experience and training. Triad Associates has been analyzing and resolving these boundaries for over 37 years. With a team of Professional Land Surveyors that has been together for decades, they have tackled some of the most complex boundary issues in the state. Their team approach is the cornerstone to coming up with the best boundary solution for the given situation. When asked to resolve a “problem boundary” they use the combined knowledge of hundreds of years of experience to come up with the correct solution. Please contact Greg Juneau, Vice President of Triad Associates for more in depth information on the very complex subject of Riparian Boundaries in the State of Washington.

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SEATTLE BOAT CO. Seattle Boat Co. is Seattle’s exclusive full service marine dealer offering the finest brands in boating; Cobalt, Malibu and Sunseeker plus multi waterfront locations providing service and haul-out, SkyLaunch Marina, fuel dock and FunShare Boating Club. Visit our website or contact us today for all of your recreational boating needs.

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206-633-2628 (Seattle Main) 425-641-2090 (Bellevue-Newport)

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AIRPLANESUSA OF SEATTLE AirplanesUSA Aircraft Sales of Seattle Connecting Buyers & Sellers Worldwide

Welcome to one of the largest aircraft dealers and brokerage firms in the world! Our professional staff facilitates all types of aviation transactions. We are your best source to buy, sell, trade, or lease any type of aircraft. AirplanesUSA conducts business globally from three primary airport locations within the USA (Ft. Lauderdale, Chicago, and Seattle).

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