Historic website circa 2000-2001

Welcome!   Dating back almost 100 years, liveaboard boaters have been a part of the color and richness of Puget Sound. The liveaboard lifestyle is an age-old pursuit, it is a choice to passionately pursue a love of water, adventure, and freedom. The liveaboard community of Puget Sound, together with concerned citizens across the state, have formed this assocation to protect a NW heritage, and a cherished way of life.

To stay current with upcoming meetings, announcements, and news, you can communicate with the L.A.P.S. community by joining the L.A.P.S. email listserv. Simply send an email to Dennis Donner [email removed].


The DNR evictions
What has the response of the liveaboard community been, and where do we stand today?


How you can become involved.
Hoist sails with us... Join the email list, write a letter to a State Official. Stand by for latest determination from the DNR, and listen for directions.


Featuring: The Liveaboard Community!
See who your liveaboard neighbor is, and why they are so passionate about living on the water!


History of the Evictions
Where did this issue start, and what's happening today?


Letters from Liveaboards and Concerned Citizens
Read what concerned citizens all over the State of Washington are saying about a NW heritage, the liveaboard lifestyle. Read articles from many sources on our articles page [outdated link removed].

Letter from the Commissioner of Public Lands, Doug Sutherland, to liveaboards and the Liveaboard Association of Puget Sound.

Copyright © March, 2001