Westport Shipyard in the US has launched a new 38m (125ft) raised-pilothouse motoryacht. The flagship W125 is undergoing sea trials before its world debut at FLIBS.
Westport Shipyard in the US has launched a new 38m (125ft) raised-pilothouse motoryacht, the latest addition to the US yard’s production series.
Currently undergoing sea trials, the yacht will be delivered to its new owner before heading south to make its world debut at the Ft Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) in November.
“Launching a new yacht is always an exciting achievement for the entire Westport family,” says Alex Rogers, director of sales. “This particular launch makes us feel very proud because it is the new flagship in the series, and our most advanced yacht built to date.”
The Westport 125 can accommodate up to 10 people in five staterooms, including a full-width master stateroom on deck forward with his-and-her baths and wardrobes. The guest bedrooms are privately entered from the lower deck midship foyer.
The aft-deck, with integral stern boarding and veranda dining, opens up to the main deck salon and formal dining area. The galley is on the main deck, secluded from guest view and includes a casual breakfast-nook dinette.
Private crew quarters are forward on the lower deck and are inclusive of a captain’s stateroom, two crew doubles staterooms and a crew’s mess.
Powered by twin 26,00hp MTU diesel engines, the Westport 125 has a cruising speed of 20kt and can reach top speeds of 25kt.
Westport Shipyard builds luxury motoryachts from 112ft-164ft at three yards in Washington State.