Westport’s 112 is a Modern Classic

After 23 years in production, the Westport 112 has proved itself to be timeless.

It takes about 80,000 work-hours to build a Westport 112, according to the shipyard.Courtesy Westport Yachts

Westport Yachts introduced the 112 in 1998, and the raised-pilothouse motoryacht remains perennially popular with private owners and owners who offer their yachts for charter. To date, 73 hulls have been delivered. Accommodations are for eight guests in four en suite staterooms, with room for five crew including a captain. Cruise speed is 22 knots with a 24- to 26-knot top hop.

At press time, there were 13 Westport 112s on the market, ranging from $4.95 million for a 2001 model to $14.99 million for a 2020 model.

From the Archive

“The classic edition includes a master, a VIP and two twin staterooms belowdecks, and a country kitchen forward on the main deck. The vessel’s new arrangement still has four guest staterooms below, although the fourth is now a small upper-lower rather than a king master suite. The master suite sits where the country kitchen once resided, all the way forward on the main deck.”

Yachting, February 2013