Sustaining our Traditions and Culture
Sustaining our Traditions and Culture
Tulalip Natural Resources Department image of fishing boats at the Tulalip Marina
Sustaining our Traditions and Culture


Tulalip Marina currently offers Tulalip Tribal commercial fishermen leased berthage space. We have 72 slips to lease with a long standing waiting list for these slips as they become available. In addition to those leased slips, the Marina also provides docking for those Tulalip Tribal members that own and operate as part of our commercial fleet.

Our commercial fleet has access to our loading dock and the use of cranes for their needs during Tribal Commercial and Subsistence Fisheries under the Point Elliott Treaty.

Our dry storage facility is available for our lessees to perform work on their vessels, and for winter storage as needed.

Our staff provides haul out and launch services for our tribal fleet along with monitoring dock safety within our port. Vessel safety at our port is monitored. However, it is the lessee’s responsibility to ensure the safety of their vessel within our port.

The Port of Tulalip also has a boat launch available to Tulalip Tribal members for use at no charge. This boat launch was previously opened to the public to use for a nominal fee; however, at this time, the ramp has been limited to Tulalip Tribal members due to limited parking at our facility.


Tulalip Natural Resources Department line art image of forest or wetland area