Hull 5011 a Westport 164 Superyacht
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Hull 5011 Specifications
|Type/Year:||a Westport 164 Superyacht/2013|
|Max Speed:||25 knots|
|Engines:||2xMTU 16V 4000 M90 diesel|
|Cruise Speed:||22 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||William Garden, Westport, Taylor Olson, Donald Starkey, Don Starkey|
|Locations:||St Tropez, Anguilla, The Channel Islands, Tortola, Finike, Calvi, Skiathos, AMERICA|
Built by the prestigious US maker Westport Yachts, the 50-metre motor yacht Hull 5011 is a magnificent Westport 164 vessel, launched in 2013. With naval architecture by William Garden as well as Taylor Olson, the Westport 164 yacht Hull 5011 is designed by acclaimed Donald Starkey.
Built in composite, the 50m Westport 164 superyacht Hull 5011 is powered by twin MTU 16V 4000 M90 diesels, reaching a top speed of 25 knots. She can easily cruise at 22 knots. ABS classed, Westport 164 Hull 5011 features a beam of 9,17m (30'09''), while her maximum draught is of 2,23m (7'32'').
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'Westport's exhaustive design, tooling and build engineering processes result in a range of yachts that meet known standards for speed, draft, seakeeping abilities and range. Those performance standards include exceptional cruise speeds, allowing fast crossings and more frequent daylight arrivals at destination ports.' - Westport