A tried and trusted Westport 112 model, she was launched by the US superyacht yard in 1999. A major refit in 2013 saw many refinements to her exterior and interior. Upgrades included new electronics, televisions, DVD systems and appliances. All the interior wood was re-stained and the wall coverings were replaced while a custom-made chandelier was installed in the main saloon.
The main saloon is large and has a bar, custom built furniture, entertainment system, pop up television and a formal dining area. For informal al fresco dining, head up for the flybridge with its built in settees, new Jacuzzi, wet bar, barbecue and television.
Accommodation is for eight guests in four staterooms comprising a master suite, VIP stateroom, port double cabin and starboard twin cabin. All staterooms come with new LCD television screens and en suite bathroom facilities. Twin 1,800hp Detroit Diesel engines give her a cruising speed of 19 knots.
Lying in Miami, Florida, superyacht Cajun Dancer is asking $3,995,000.