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News: Launch of new Westport 164 superyacht Hull #12

March 28, 2014 by ss
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“We are very proud to be delivering this, the 12th 50m,” said Mark Masciarotte, Westport’s Director of Sales.

The 50 meter superyacht Hull 5012 is Westport’s flagship, a high-performance tri-deck motoryacht that accommodates twelve guests in unsurpassed luxury. The series represents an exceptional landmark achievement in large yacht design and U.S. craftsmanship. She is ABS classified and MCA compliant.

Since 1964 Westport has taken a long-term view of the future, and has invested heavily in personnel, design, naval architecture, infrastructure, engineering and proven technologies to secure its position at the forefront of the industry.

Westport currently builds luxury motor yachts 85’, 112’, 130’ and 164’, at three shipyards in Washington State. The company is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

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