Westport’s new flagship, the 164 tri-deck accommodates twelve guests in unsurpassed luxury. A vessel as prized for the artistry of its contours as for the substance of its construction, the Westport 164 represents an exceptional landmark achievement in large yacht design. Developed using leading-edge three-dimensional modeling and structural software applications also used in the aviation industry, this new yacht has met every objective for speed, ride, maneuverability, integrity, quality and classing capability. As with every Westport yacht, the 164 delivers the uncommon luxuries of predictable performance, on-time delivery and a full complement of equipment and features for immediate enjoyment.
Westport’s design and engineering teams have collaborated with world-renowned designer Donald Starkey and prominent naval architect William Garden to develop a refined hull form for exceptional ocean-going performance, an innovative accommodation plan which balances interior and on-deck spaces for maximum enjoyment and versatility, and a contemporary styling that ensures lasting appeal.
The six-stateroom layout with on-deck full-beam master suite affords everyone a luxurious private retreat incorporating the finest fabrics, cabinetry, stone and leathers. An innovative arrangement includes a top-deck VIP suite with its own sun deck, a large formal dining room adjacent to the commercial-grade galley, and a garage aft for tenders and water toys. Designed for entertaining and relaxed socializing, the salon opens to a large covered aft deck with lounge, conversation areas and wet bar.
Twin MTU 16V4000 diesels drive the Westport 164 to mid 20-knot top speeds, and throttle back to deliver transoceanic range. ABS-classed and MCA-compliant, the 164 is equally well suited for private use or charter service.
Moran Yacht & Ship negotiated the build contract for LADY KATHRYN IV, wrote the technical specifications and managed the entire build process for the vessel. Our team was by the owner’s side from concept well through completion.