Boat of the Week: 2001 “Lucky Seven” 112’ Westport Megayacht

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In the quest to master the sea, mankind may never fully succeed; but in the 2001 112′ Westport “Lucky Seven” you will feel like you are nearing that goal. Westport Shipyards, well known for premier yachts and megayachts since 1964, takes exceptional pride in the “Lucky Seven” designed by Jack Sarin. Spacious interiors and stately accommodations are the hallmarks among crisp and contemporary design. Among the four luxurious staterooms, 8 guests are pampered with ensuite baths and stylish décor. Even the VIP stateroom offers a cedar closet while the master indulges with his/her vanities. Explore the large open-style salon with step-down bar or immerse in the hot tub above on the flybridge. From casual seating to formal dining, this nautical masterpiece provides ample settings to satiate your desires.

Performance of the “Lucky Seven” will not disappoint either. Powered by a total of 4000 HP, this megayacht easily cruises at 22 knots while reaching a maximum speed of 25 knots. And with a range of 2500 nautical miles, you will indeed feel the sea is yours to command. Enjoy the view from the three helm chairs atop the flybridge, or relinquish command to your crew. Two staterooms and private Captain’s quarters accommodate 5 crew members in delightful comfort. Aboard the “Lucky Seven,” the choices seem limitless. So many experiences to explore; so many oceans to travel. What better way to challenge the seas than in ultimate luxury on this exquisite Westport megayacht.

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