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Review: Westport Yachts 112'

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  1. Westport's 112' RPH Motoryacht
    Yachting's Best Seller!

    Westport’s Popular 112 Motor Yacht reinvents herself...
    sporting new and even more luxurious interiors.

    Nearing the halfway point of 2005, Westport Shipyard reports that the company’s schedule of launches and confirmed orders points to a record year, eclipsing its best-ever performance in 2004. This is no surprise to many boaters that cruise through marinas where yachts reside, as Westport’s are among the most popular yachts around. In South Florida alone, which is an area usually dominated by names like Broward and Hatteras, you are likely to see a number of Westports ranging from 98’ to 130’ on any given day.

    In just the latter half of 2005, four 112’ raised pilothouse yachts are due to deliver. "The current build schedule at our three yards has us on track for a total of ten launches in 2005,” Westport president Daryl Wakefield said. “That number is three better than our record total for 2004.” Wakefield credited the robust pace to the company’s workforce, now nearing 750 employees, and to Westport’s investment in infrastructure, tooling and design, an effort that he says enables the company to meet superior quality standards while shortening build times and ensuring on-time delivery to its clients.
  2. This fine yacht offers eloquent proof of exceptional design and construction, plus customer satisfaction that has characterized the company since its beginnings. Those tenets are continually rewarded by company policies which seek out the world’s most respected naval architects, marine engineers, stylists and interior designers. Their combined talents create vessels of superior strength, beauty and integrity, while assuring customer satisfaction as well as repeat customers.

    These characteristics are restated once more in the Westport 112' which, like every other Westport yacht, is designed for swift and safe cruising, sea-kindly behavior, with the blessings of low maintenance. In size alone, the 112' rivals the volume of many larger vessels. This and many other qualities translate, for owners, into more enjoyment of the good life at sea. Westport's 112' has earned the praise of a growing number of experienced owners; not only for her sturdy construction and equipment, but her pleasant disposition in conditions of all kinds.
  3. Driven by twin MTU/Detroit Diesel 16V2000 engines and twisting custom 5-bladed Michigan props through 4" high-strength stainless steel shafts, she is strangely... quiet. But how? To ensure quiet, smooth operation, the 112' features Detroit Diesel anti-vibration mounts for the engines, a proprietary underwater exhaust and a sound-insulating bulkheads. This all adds up to low DB levels and high performance cruising, further softened by a state-of-the-art stabilizer system which is included as standard equipment.
  4. With recent refinements adding to an already dramatic contemporary profile, the Westport 112' boasts proven efficiencies and a now timeless elegance. Known for it's exceptional ride, due to the hull engineering expertise of naval architect Jack Sarin, the Westport 112' achieves a 24-knot cruise and tops-out at a whopping 28 knots. Exceptional performance by any standard!
  5. Designed for socializing and sunning, the bridge deck features generous lounge seating, a sun pad, a full-service bar and hot tub beneath a sculptured free-span electronics arch. The adjacent fully-instrumented flybridge helm is flanked by two wing stations for docking and close-quarters maneuvering. Aft, the bridge deck accommodates a 2000-pound capacity davit and chocks for the life raft and tender, also included as standard equipment.
  6. Always a centerpiece of attraction, the wheelhouse features electronic engine controls, instrumentation and a full complement of electronics including satellite navigation, autopilot, radar, depth sounder and satellite telephone and television systems. A raised settee accommodates up to four guests in an unusually spacious environment. Large view windows on three sides provide clear visibility for the captain, and a panoramic view for guests.
  7. In the galley, the flooring is hardwood with an inlaid border. The overhead detail is a soffit with crown molding and rope light. Cabinets are cherry, including the refrigerator! The dinette settee and dining table have built-in storage, plus special fabrics specified by the designer. The galley is equipped with granite countertops for quick clean-up meal preparations, a 48” refrigerator, a 5-burner cooktop, a convection oven, microwave, trash compactor and a disposal.... all conveniently placed in an oversize country kitchen. Interior design items include six marble choices – crema marfil, light emperador, dark emperador morato (shown here), toddo damasco, and daino reale. Settees are soft-cured vanilla leather.
  8. Overhead, a perimeter soffit holds crown and rope lighting for a starlight effect. The domed overhead ceiling feature is a generous oval over the dining area, with a dining pendant. Wide windows are draped with lattice-effect, slatted drapes. To starboard, the salon includes a walk-up bar, an extension of the aft deck bar; plus a combination refrigerator/ice maker and storage. A 52” flat screen TV is centered in the entertainment area. A mirror with beveled edges is installed on the forward bulkhead flanked by wood detail port and starboard. The conversation area provides leather sofas and rich fabrics in upholstered loveseats, plus occasional chairs, end tables, and a gaming table. Truly a yacht forged in luxury, each minute detail is exacting. The fit and the finish on ANY Westport is something to marvel over, from the joining of her hull and deck to the joinery of her cherry and mahogany interior.
  9. The master stateroom rivals much larger yachts AND the luxuries they offer. The centrally located king-size berth sits atop a raised pedestal with drawers underneath. The stateroom features an abundant amount of storage space, including walk-in wardrobes. For comfort, the perimeter of the stateroom has sofa seating, end tables and a vanity counter. The master bath is located behind the bed with privacy access doors provided on each side.
  10. His and hers ensuite vanities are seperated by a whirlpool tub and stand-up shower. Marble pillars, walls and countertops accentuate the woodwork of some of the Northwest's finest craftsmen. This level of craftsmenship and artistry would be expected in custom yachts costing considerably more.
  11. The VIP Stateroom features a queen size berth. There are also three private double staterooms, each with its own head compartment, accommodating up to six guests for extended voyages.
  12. The use of overhead mirrors adds considerable dimension to an already large day head. Notice how the sink jettisons out over the cabinets for easy use. Most day heads lack sufficient room for this welcome feature. The day head is located immediately abaft the pilothouse, in the walkway between the galley and the salon. With entrance doors from the exterior of the yacht located directly across the walkway, it keeps traffic to a minimum when nature calls.
  13. As the largest builder of composite yachts in North America - and among the largest in the world - Westport has been able to invest heavily in design and development. The popular Westport 112' is the result of their continued commitment to refine what has been considered by many experienced yachtsmen to be the finest production yacht in the world. <end>

    For more information, contact:

    Westport Yachts
    2957 State Road 84
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

    MAIN ENGINES: Two MTU/DDC 16V2000 engines, rated at 2000 hp, four-station MDEC controls, integrated station selection and shifter control, MDEC synchronizer and underwater exhaust.

    GENERATORS: One 50 KW 1200 rpm and one 65KW 1800 rpm Northern Lights with hydro-elastic double mounts, sound shields, water lift mufflers, exhaust/water separator cyclones, and water temperature, oil pressure and hour meters installed on main distribution panel in crew quarters. Both generators to have remote start/stop in pilothouse.

    AIR COMPRESSOR: 220V 2 hp compressor, to operate air horn with in-line water separator and regulator.

    BOWTHRUSTER: 16” Wesmar, 40 hp hydraulic with four-station controls.


    LOA - 111’ 8”
    LWL - 98’ 8”
    BEAM - 23’ 5” (Molded)
    BEAM (with guards) - 23’ 9”
    DRAFT - 5’ 6”
    AIR DRAFT - 34’


    Fuel - 5,500 gal
    Freshwater -1,025 gal
    Gray Water - 600 gal


    Full Load - 258,000 lbs
    Half Load - 236,000 lbs
    Light Ship - 196,000 lbs


    Full Load - 24 knots
    Half Load - 26 knots
    Range - 1500 NM @ 12 knots

    Deck Plans and Lay-Outs. From top to bottom...

    1. Side Rendering
    2. Flybridge Deck
    3. Main Deck
    4. Lower Deck
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