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Chad Norris Joins Waterline Boats Crew

July 11, 2017

Chad Norris has joined the Waterline Boats crew to lead Seller Relations and generally to serve as our operations focal point!

A boat and marine enthusiast since the age of 14, Chad grew to love boating on lakes during Indiana summers. Chad has a business degree from Indiana University, has a strong internet and computer background, and brings an analytical mind to the important objective of “getting results”. As with so many midwesterners before him, the lure of the Pacific Northwest and its watery delights proved irresistible. Chad now resides in Seattle and is seeking out opportunities to get on the water.

Chad’s role for Seller Relations is unique among yacht brokers, and he facilitates outstanding communications between the various elements of the Waterline operation and our valued sellers who trust us to effectively market and sell their boats. His success is reflected in our sellers’ satisfaction.

Considering selling your boat?
Contact to gain access to Boatshed’s proprietary and advantageous brokerage system, with over 20,000 boats sold to date. Or visit us at our Lake Union offices and docks at 2400 Westlake Avenue N, Seattle.


Waterline Boats Newest Crew Member…

April 4, 2016

Meet---AmberWaterline Boats/Boatshed Seattle is pleased to welcome the newest member of our crew, Amber Candelaria.

Amber has more than a decade of customer service under her belt. She’s handled the marketing and management of a couple of businesses here in Seattle and looks forward to putting her experience and her degree in Mass Communications to work here at Waterline Boats / Boatshed.

A true Jill-of-all-trades, Amber is doing a little bit of everything and anything for us here in the office. She’ll be marketing our Brokerage services to boat owners, helping sellers through our listing process and helping potential customers find their “Dream Boat”.

Stop by or call and she’ll be the first friendly face and voice you see and hear.

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