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Christensen in talks with Westport to buy yard

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Vancouver-based Christensen Shipyards is in talks with Florida-based Westport Yachts to sell the shipyard and real estate, which will then finish several yachts still in build, according to a story in The Columbian newspaper. The newspaper references a lawsuit filed against the builder, the fifth one filed since Christensen stopped production in mid-February, and the builder’s legal reply.

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