(Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

(Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Luxury yacht visits Port Angeles Harbor

PORT ANGELES — The Attessa IV, a luxury yacht, sits anchored in Port Angeles Harbor after completing a journey from Orcas Island, part of a longer journey from San Diego.

The 328-foot-long ship, owned by Dennis Washington, stopped for fuel and provisions before heading north to Alaska or Canada, Port Angeles Boat Haven Harbormaster Erik Widsteen said.

“We get a lot of yachts coming through, but that’s definitely a bigger yacht,” said Widsteen, who added the crew helped the local economy.

Washington’s network of companies includes Washington Marine Group and Seaspan Shipyards in North Vancouver, British Columbia.

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