Step back to 1909…            
An Historic Seattle Experience – LOTUS is a luxurious cruising yacht – built in Seattle in 1909 to cruise in style along the Inside Passage to Alaska.     
LOTUS is a beautiful venue for any celebration and her staterooms provide stylish overnight accommodations for visitors to the Emerald City.    Come • See • Stay Aboard Lotus  on Seattle’s vibrant Lake Union.  
Lotus Home Port –  The Historic Ships Wharf on the water side of MOHAI – Museum of History   and Industry. Next to The Center for Wooden Boats.

• Celebrations • Weddings • Retreats • Historic Floating Lodge • Meetups • Book Clubs • Sunday Teas
Dock-side tours on Lake Union – Thursday – Sunday  11 to 4 • Reservations & Information 425.243.9641

At 92 feet, Lotus was the largest power yacht on the West Coast when she was launched in Seattle during the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition. Her owners fitted her out with Tiffany lighting, Rookwood tile, leaded glass windows and more than the usual comforts of home.  Lotus retains the charm and original furnishings of that lovely, adventurous era.

Come See and Stay Aboard Lotus  on Seattle’s vibrant Lake Union – at her home port at  Center for Wooden Boats  – next to the MOHAI – Museum of History   and Industry.

The M/V Lotus Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to restore and preserve the 1909 Motor Vessel Lotus and to provide a gathering place where Pacific Northwest maritime history comes alive, our adventures are celebrated and the tradition of traveling, living and playing on the water are experienced, enjoyed and passed along to future generations.