Westport motor yacht Harmony sold
by Malcolm MacLean
Harmony was built in GRP by US yard Westport to a design by Donald Starkey and delivered in 2010. A classic interior by Glade Johnson accommodates up to twelve guests in six cabins including an on deck master suite, a bridge deck VIP suite, two king-size double cabins below aft, a twin cabin forward to port and a convertible gym forward to starboard with a Pullman berth. All guest cabins have entertainment centres and en-suite bathroom facilities. Crew accommodation is for up to twelve with the captain’s cabin on the bridge deck and five double cabins below deck.
The open-plan main saloon is comfortable and elegant with three settees and two armchairs grouped around a large coffee table and featuring an entertainment centre including a flat-screen television and a Kaleidescape on-demand video and audio server. Forward is a dining area for eight to 12 guests at an extendable inlaid wood table plus cabinet storage for china, glassware and silver.
The vast covered aft deck has a dining table and chairs forward alongside a full wet bar to port, while aft is a set of settees and coffee tables, ideal for enjoying balmy evenings over a cocktail or two.
Harmony features an elevator that serves all decks, while propulsion is delivered by two 3,650hp MTU diesel engines giving her a cruising speed of 13 knots and a range of 3,700 nautical miles.
Located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Harmony was asking $29,995,000.