US-based shipyard Westport has revealed further details of its 35.76-metre (117-foot) superyacht, the Westport 117.
The raised pilothouse design includes a GRP hull and superstructure, and will feature a traditional superyacht layout. It will see the main deck formal deck saloon which, thanks to the 7.67-metre beam, is described as “dramatically open and spacious” by the yard.
The saloon leads onto a galley, while the owner’s suite sits ahead of the main deck accompanied by a spacious ensuite. The vessel has capacity for a total of eight guests in four staterooms, including a VIP stateroom and two doubles port and starboard of the lower deck. Crew accommodation includes two staterooms aft, each with private ensuite facilities, and a double captain’s cabin.
Both the interior and exterior have been developed inhouse by Westport, with the owner able to customise the décor. Interior woods include mahogany with pomelle sapele and beech hardwoods in the crew’s quarters.
The superyacht will also feature a hot tub on the flybridge, which includes settees and a BBQ.
Power will come from a pair of Caterpillar C32-ACERT rated 1900hp engines for a top speed of 24 knots and cruising speed of 20 knots.
Source: Boat International