The Tellis family adopted the City of Seattle in 1956, when we discovered her beached and abandoned along the Oakland estuary....More information +
The Tellis family adopted the City of Seattle in 1956, when we discovered her beached and abandoned along the Oakland estuary. We brought her back to Sausalito, fixed her up, and in various configurations we have been living here for the past 55 years. The boat is now owned and maintained by Chris Tellis and Isabella Kirkland who live at the other end the boat. Both of us have careers in the arts and environment. We love living on the water and are delighted to be able to share this magical setting with others from around the world.
2 BR / 2 BA / Sleeps 6
Left on Mar 06, 2015 for a stay in February 2015
A very unique and beautiful place to take a vacation.
The kitchen was so equipped we didn't want for anything.
The houseboat had two fireplaces, a potted garden on the spacious deck,
and breathtaking views.
We were a family of six including to young childern. They thought it