BOXER is a 2010 Westport and the latest 112’ to hit the market. BOXER has a stunning Marty Lowe interior with a beautiful bright and light design throughout, truly the most tailored 112’ interior to meet the market. She offers both quality and unique design throughout, including the complements of beautiful light fabrics and woods.
One can board BOXER on the aft deck through boarding gates either side or via the stern passerelle. When stern-to to a floating dock, one has easy access to the aft deck by boarding on the swim platform and making one’s way up via a set of steps either side of the transom. Arriving on the aft deck, one will be greeted by a spacious area with a custom teak table and built-in settee with teak chairs accommodating 8. Aft one will find a wet bar/buffet with stone top, 3 custom teak bar stools, sink, refrigeration, ice bin and storage. On the forward bulkhead one will find a 50” TV. There is additional storage either side on the aft deck in the bulwarks.
Entering the main salon, one will enter through a set of glass electric doors. Once in the main salon, one is greeted with a bright, light, and airy décor not found on any other 112’ Westport. The light décor carries throughout the entire vessel. There is a 65” TV on the starboard aft bulkhead with easy visibility anywhere in the main salon or dining area. To port is a custom- built L-shaped settee, 4 chairs and a custom coffee table. To starboard one will find a beautiful game table with 4 chairs.
Moving forward to the dining area, one will find a gorgeous light oak table with seating for 8. There are two buffet-style countertops either side with light stone and storage underneath. Above the table is a coffered ceiling with LED lighting. The forward dining bulkhead is finished with a three-panel art feature.
Moving forward to starboard, one will find the formal foyer with a well-appointed day head (bathroom) inboard finished with wood finish wallpaper and stunning fixtures. Outboard is the formal entrance where one can enter the vessel from side boarding. There is also a matching entrance door on the port side allowing one to go forward on the deck to find a circular settee with additional seating on the bow forward. Back in the vessel through the formal entrance one can go forward to find a country kitchen with center island, beautiful light stone on the island, countertops, and table. The table is nestled within a U- shaped settee with additional chairs seating 6. There is ample counter space, storage, and top-quality appliances. On the forward bulkhead one will find a 46” TV visible from everywhere in the country kitchen.
Going forward from the galley, one will go down a few steps to the beautifully appointed light and airy VIP stateroom, with a head and shower to port and a center walk-in closet on the aft bulkhead. There is a chest of drawers style storage to starboard with many drawers. To port is a custom vanity with opening top with mirror and drawers on either side. There are two-night cubbies either side with light and power plugs. Additional storage is found under the Queen berth.
Going forward from the dining area to port, one will pass outboard an entry door and inboard a door to a walk-in pantry with storage, Miele washer and dryer, and countertop with wine cooler under. Continuing forward down a set of stairs to the guest staterooms, one will land in the guest foyer where one will find beautiful stone floors and buffet-style top. Going aft in the guest foyer one will find two mirror guest staterooms to port and starboard, both with twins, pullman berth and ensuite. Going
forward in the guest foyer one will find a double door entry to the master stateroom. In the master, one will find a California King berth with drawers and storage underneath, a settee to port and chest of drawers to starboard, two large closets and a large his and her bath with a large stone and Onyx center shower, plus ample storage throughout. Master stateroom and all guest staterooms are equipped with full entertainment systems.
One can get to the flybridge from stairs on the aft deck or through the pilothouse. When reaching the pilothouse one will find state-of-the-art nav equipment with leather dash, hood, and leather countertops, Crown Limited helm chair, desk area with chair, leather circular settee with table and visibility out 270%, all with a soothing light gray décor. One can enter the flybridge up a few steps through a companionway. On the flybridge, you will find a full nav/helm station with outboard wing stations for easy maneuvering. To port, there is a custom teak bar with 4 bar stools with backs, stainless sinks, BBQ, refrigerator and storage. To starboard one will find outboard a large L-shaped settee with 2 custom hi-lo teak tables with a leaf to make one large dining table. Going aft down a few steps one will find to port a large Jacuzzi with large sunbed when not in use as a jacuzzi. To starboard one will find a large sun pad area with cushions and pillows. Further aft is the storage for the tender and jet skis when underway and a clear deck with umbrellas and chairs when the tender and jet skis have been launched. In this area, one will find a stairway to the aft deck.
From the aft deck, one can go down 2 sets of stairs to the large swim platform, perfect for all water activities and to board and disembark from the tender. In the swim platform, there is a 100-gallon gas tank perfect for keeping the tender and jet skis topped off. From the swim platform, one will find a door in the transom that leads to the crew quarter cabins, berth, and lounge. There is a separate crew entry from the aft deck as well. BOXER’s crew accommodations is unique as it has 3 cabins, all ensuite sleeping 6.