Custom yacht builder cruising into Port Orchard

by Tim Flanagan on November 3, 2011

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The driver of a red Volkswagon bug lost control and ended up in Lake Washington near Seward Park late this afternoon.

Rescue crews were called to the scene at Lake Washington Blvd near South Hudson Street, rheumatologist
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a builder of custom yachts, has announced that it will relocate its operations from the Port of Tacoma to Port Orchard. Owner Steve Yadvish made the announcement at a press conference at Yachtfish Marine in Port Orchard, which he also owns. He has another Yachtfish boatyard on Lake Union in Seattle.

Yadfish purchased the assets of Northcoast in 2003, and reopened the company. “Everything was in place: the yard, the molds, the reputation, and even the workforce,” he stated. “I knew we could build beautiful yachts there — the equivalent of a Rolls Royce on the water.”

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