Westport uses conventional and high-tech materials and construction techniques to create a tough, yet lightweight hull.
We use linear PVC foam core to make it tough enough to absorb and distribute impact energy, and in the superstructure and decks we use lighter and stiffer cores. In some of the upper structures we add a fair amount of carbon fiber to give stiffness to the decks while keeping the weight down
After completing a 16-hour orientation - owner's can get out on the water immediately. The yacht is fast, quiet and vibration-free.
Each stateroom has a complete entertainment system, aromatic cedar closets and soffits. The crew quarters for six are located aft of the engine room and are finished to guest standards.
Similarly, series production of motoryachts enables the builder to distribute development costs among several units, and therefore to justify a sizable investment in naval architecture, styling and interior design, to engineer and document the build down to the last detail, and to acquire the ideal infrastructure-molds, fixtures, equipment ... even buildings - for unsurpassed precision and control throughout the entire construction process.