CHASING DAYLIGHT Westport
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Luxury motor yacht CHASING DAYLIGHT (ex Seaquest) was built by the American Westport shipyard in 2008. Refitted in 2020, she measures 50.00m (164' 1") and offers elegant accommodation for up to 13 guests in 6 cabins, with further accommodation for a professional crew of 12.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF CHASING DAYLIGHT: ~Refitted in 2020 ~Sundeck Jacuzzi ~Transatlantic range of 5,200 nautical miles ~Wide selection of water toys ~Lift/elevator ~Gym ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
The main deck aft is also the main alfresco dining area, providing an elegant oval table to seat all 12 guests, with a bar to port for refreshments throughout the meal. Sofa seating is placed along the aft sides to port and starboard and there are side tables to rest after dinner drinks. Two gran staircases sweep down to the lower deck swim platform.
The main deck aft also has a starboard stairway up to the bridge deck aft, and side walkways lead past the main lounge to stairs up to the foredeck. The foredeck provides a spacious area for outdoor exercise and observation, while the aft section offers seating for couples and small groups outside of the skylounge, and a circular alfresco dining table for intimate dining in a family group. A sofa in each corner of the stern adds another place to rest and chat outside in the fresh air.
A stairway from the bridge deck aft connects to the sundeck above, where the tenders and motorised water toys are stored along the stern, to be launched and retrieved safely using a Davit crane. The shaded amidships section has a wet bar, plenty of seating and tables for drinks, reading material or other personal items. The forward section has a large circular Jacuzzi and plenty of sun loungers to relax in the sunshine.
The lower deck layout places the crew accommodation, mess and laundry facilities forward, followed by the guest accommodation amidships, the engine room behind and the tender garage with water toys storage in the stern.
The Master suite with its private office is forward on the main deck, with the galley, main foyer and stairway with lift/elevator to all floors amidships to port. The aft room combines the formal dining area and main salon into one large social space, where up to 12 guests are seated around a grand oval table with plenty of natural lighting and excellent views through the surrounding windows.
The main salon aft places sofas on both sides of the room, accompanied by armchairs and coffee tables to relax with after-dinner drinks while watching a film on the widescreen TV in the cabinetry which separates the dining and living areas.
CHASING DAYLIGHT Specifications
|Beam:||9.40m (30' 10")|
|L.O.A.:||50.00m (164' 1")|
|Max Speed:||24 knots|
|Engines:||Twin MTU-DDC 16V|
|Cruise Speed:||20 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||family friendly yachts, Yachts With A Deck Hot Tub, yachts with at anchor stabilisers, Yachts With Elevators, Yachts With On Deck Master Cabin|
|Builder/Designer:||Westport, Donald Starkey|
On the bridge deck, the helm controls are forward followed by the Captain's cabin, technical spaces, amidships foyer and day head. The VIP stateroom is to starboard, and the skylounge occupies the rest of the interior space aft. Within the skylounge is a cosy bar forward to port, while the aft section has a circular drinks/games table to seat four beneath the port windows, and opposite a long sofa along the wall accompanied by a coffee table and armchairs.
A pair of MTU-DDC 16V 4000 engines of 3,650 HP give a top speed of 24 knots, a cruising speed of 20 knots and a range of 5,200 nautical miles at an economical 12 knots.
The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 12 guests over 6 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 3 VIP staterooms, 1 double cabin convertible to twins and 1 double cabin with a Pullman berth. ~ The Master suite on the main deck forward is accessed through a starboard side office/lounge, and the bedroom furnished with a king-sized bed with a widescreen TV opposite, a desk/vanity to port and two armchairs and a side table to starboard. A large wardrobe is behind to port, and the forward his-and-hers en-suite bathrooms are both accessed through their own walk-in wardrobes to port and starboard. Both bathrooms have a sink and toilet, with a bidet on the port side and a shared central bathtub and shower. ~ The first VIP stateroom is on the upper deck forward to starboard of the skylounge, and comes fitted with a king-sized bed, a widescreen TV, desk/vanity, armchair and side table, large wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with two sinks, a toilet, bidet and shower. ~ The two remaining VIP staterooms are on the lower deck aft of amidships to port and starboard respectively. Both have a king-sized bed, widescreen TV, desk/vanity, plenty of wardrobe space and an aft en-suite bathroom with two sinks, a toilet and a shower. ~ The professional crew of 12 will ensure that all guests on board receive first-class service throughout their stay.
Amenities and Extras
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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