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Yachats is located on the Pacific coast of Oregon at . It is situated in a small valley between Cape Perpetua and Neahkahnie Mountain, about south of Newport. The city's elevation above sea level varies from to , depending upon location. Yachats has a mild oceanic climate (Köppen "Cfb") with warm summers and cool winters, though it lies within the range for mediterranean climates ("Csb"). Precipitation averages annually; snowfall averages per year. The Siletz tribe lived along this stretch of coastline prior to European settlement in 1853 by settlers from Boston who named their new community after Yacht Haven on Staten Island, New York City where they had previously lived as shipbuilders for the US Navy during its early years under Commodore John Barry (1745–1803). In 1855 there were only two families living here: that of William Haskins Delaney and his wife Mary Ann Delaney; plus another family headed by Captain Joseph Cushingberry Jr.