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Westport motor yacht Tasia finds new owner

14 January 2022• Written by Malcolm Maclean

The 34.14 metre Westport 112 motor yacht Tasia has been sold by Rory Moran of Moran Yacht & Ship with Thom Conboy and Chris Collins introducing the buyer.

A Westport 112 Raised Pilothouse motor yacht built in GRP, she was delivered by the US yard in 2011 and features naval architecture by Jack Sarin. She went through a recent refit which included upgraded electronics, a TV installed on the sundeck, and a new interior including new carpets, counters, and upholstery.

Tasia was asking $8,950,000

Her in-house Westport interior layout offers plenty of space on board thanks to her 7.24 metre beam. She has accommodation for 10 guests in five cabins, with an on-deck master stateroom along with four additional guest staterooms.

All of the cabins feature en-suite bathrooms. This configuration includes two queen beds, two double beds and one cabin with twin beds making her an ideal layout for charter. She also offers accommodation for up to five crew.

She offers extensive interior spaces for either relaxed or more formal entertaining with a light saloon and an elegant dining area. Having been well maintained she also features an up to date Kaleidescape music and movie player.

Her teak decks offer plenty of space for enjoying the outdoors with multiple sun pads both in the sun and shade. She also has a large dining table aft which is capable of seating up to 10 guests.

She is powered by twin MTU 2,000hp diesel engines and has a top speed of 26 knots with a range of 2,500 nautical miles at 12 knots.

Tasia was asking $8,950,000.

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