Year: 1994
Price: US$4,450,000
Additional Charges: Plus GST & Duty
Boat Type: Power
Hull Type: Displacement Motoryacht
Location: Auckland
Engine/Fuel: Diesel
Hull Material: GRP


Length: 115 ft
LOA: 115 ft
Beam: 24ft
Draft: 6.5ft


No. of Engines: Two
Engine Brand: MTU 8V396TE94
Engine(s) HP: 1502 hp
Hours: 2619

Builder / Designer

Builder: Westport
Designer: Jack Sarin


Fuel: 7,150 gal
Water: 840 gal
Holding: 300 gal
Other Details: 300 gal


SUN LOUNGE – The main deck is accessed from either the port or starboard side entry doors or an entry door forward from the cockpit. Features include a bar with a refrigerator, ice maker, and a breakfast nook settee that seats six around a beautifully crafted, hydraulically operated hi/lo teak dining table and deck. A polished stainless steel spiral staircase to the port leads to the boat deck. One of the unique features of the sun lounge is the outward opening and sliding glass windows around the perimeter, giving a fresh air environment.
• SALON – Separated from the sun lounge by electric glass doors, which operate automatically by a motion sensor or manually pressing an activation button. Like the sun lounge, the salon has four sliding windows allowing fresh air
to cross ventilation. The salon is extremely spacious, taking advantage of the entire width of the generous 24′ beam. The salon is designed with a formal dining area in the forward section, a game table centre, and a comfortable lounge area featuring an entertainment centre in the aft portion. This different salon area is beautifully highlighted by the tasteful use of teak and bevelled glass, illuminated cabinetry, indirect soft lighting, and inset lighting details. One ocustomgna res of this custom on the yacht is tsoffitflective ceiling soffit, whose design compliments the graceful contours of the cabinetry. Forward of the entertainment centre is a games table that seats four and cabinetry featuring built-in surround sound speakers for the television.

• DINING AREA – Beautihighlightg table seats eight comfortably for formal dining with custom crafted teak table with golden maple racetrack inlays. Ample storage is provided around and table in teak and bevelled glass-fronted buffets. This passthrough is closed off by mirrored teak doors.

• GALLEY – Accessed either from the entry door inboard of the starboard companionway, immediately forward of the day, or head from the main port deck entry door. This allows the entire entry to have discreet entries, b, be closed off from the remainder of the vessel, an,d not d, disturb the owner and guests. The galley is equipped with large commercial refrigeration
units and has treme storage space, two deep appliance garages, all upgraded appliances, and a large U-shaped countertop.

• POWDER ROOM – Located off the starboard companionway (On Deck Day Head)

• MAIN SUITE – At the forward end of the companionway, a centralised bed is located on the centre line of the four staterooms, with the head of the bed positioned on the forward bulkhead. On the port side of the stateroom is a built-in
vanity with a hinged top and makeup mirror, equipped with stacked drawers beneath. A settee is on the starboard with teak countertops and stacked drawers beneath. Entertainment includes a TV/stereo. A large walk-in closet lined in Tennessee Cedar is on the starboard side as you enter the room with a hidden safe. Completing the main suite is the en suite head & shower. Completely new marble and shower and head 2014)

• VIP STATEROOM – Contains a queen-size berth positioned on the vessel’s centerline with large nightstands and bookshelves on both outboard sides. An entertainment centre is built into the forward bulkhead and is enclosed in fine cabinetry. To the starboard, a large dresser and the entry door leading to the en suite head. The stateroom contains an enormous en suite bath (new 2014).

• TWO DOUBLE GUEST STATEROOMS – Located at the end of the foyer, the staterooms are identical except that the port is equipped with twin berths and the starboard with a full-size berth. Both staterooms contain complete entertainment centres, desks, night tables, dresser drawers, and a large hanging locker. The en suite baths are equally pleasing and equipped with enclosed showers (new 2014).

• SKY LOUNGE – features an oversized sectional leather couch, and the view forward encompasses the full wheelhouse. This lounging area has a television, stereo, icemaker, refrigerator, and sink. A powder room is to starboard at the aft end.
• FLYBRIDGE – Seating is provided for three custom-built helm chairs with additional seating for six to eight located both port and starboard on the custom moulded fibreglass benches. The flybridge has a complete helm station protected by a Plexiglas top and a custom-fitted canvas. Behind the helm seating is a hydraulically operated mast. Recessed lighting, floodlights, spotlights, aft-facing cameras, stereo speakers, and communication antennas are all mounted on the mast.

• COCKPIT – Teak decking in cockpit area (new 2014). Wired for down riggers. 250-gallon abandoned gasoline tank. On-deck shower, bosun locker, tackle storage, bait freezer, two transom doors, and a giant swim step for convenient access to tenders.


• Liebherr Refrigerator/Freezer
• Diva 5-burner Induction Range
• Gaggenau oven and warming oven
• Microwave oven
• Kitchenaid trash compactor
• Hot Shot Hot Water Dispenser
• Kitchen Aid Garbage Disposal
• Miele Dishwasher
• Custom Granite Sinks
• Dedicated outside galley door for privacy
• Large Pantry Area

.Crew Quarters

• Lounge area w/TV & DVR & built-in dining table
• Captain’s cabin w/ensuite full head & shower
• Crew cabin w/2 berths
• Crew head & shower
• Galley has oven w/cooktop & microwave
• Cospolich Refrigerator
• Large Built-in Freezers w/ Commercial Doors
• Asko Washer/Dryer
• Crew TV in crew galley & staterooms


Helm Station Equipment
• Furuno NavPilot 700 autopilot
• Furuno AIS
• Furuno colour sounder w/swim step transducer (2014)
• Naiad stabilizer control panel (2014)
• Kahlenberg quint triple air horns
• ZF Electronic controls for main engines and transmissions (2014)
• Two Stidd chairs
• Chart Light
• 5 Chart drawers
• Furuno color sonar (2014)
• ICOM M604 VHF radio (2014)
• ICOM M602Radio
• Wesmar bow thruster controls
• Wesmar stern thruster controls
• ACR electronics RCL-600 spotlight controls (6 million candle power)
• 3 Windshield Wipers with controls (2014)
• Overhead red lights
• TSH 1330C- Maritron fuel tank level, engine temp gauges, fuel flow meter, water level, water maker remote & wind
• TZT BB 19″ 19″ Furuno Hatteland touch screens (3)
• 12″ Furuno screens (2)
• Furuno RD33 multigauge – position, air & water temp, speed (2014) (2)
• Radar – RCH-014 stand alone
• FLIR night vision camera
• Nobeltc charting software
Wing Stations and Boat Deck Docking Control Stations


• Wesmar stern thruster controls
• Wesmar bow thruster controls
• ZF electronic controls (2014)
• Autopilot remote
Communication Center
• KVH Tracvision HD-11 Satellite TV – 2 Boxes each stateroom, Latin America & US (2015)
• KVH Sat internet (2015)
• KVH Mini V Sat communication – Uridium Sat phone (2015) Information Station
• V-Mac 5500 alarm system for high water & fire7
• Closed circuit TV monitoring cameras – engine room (2), aft cockpit, mast looking aft
• Exterior lighting controls
• Bilge pumping controls and ships monitoring panel
• Engine room fan controls
• Aft spotlight for the cockpit area
• Fire station alarm and emergency panel
• Halon controls
• Main engine MTU safety panels
• Pilothouse lighting controls
• AC/DC substation electrical panels


(2) Outback 4000-watt inverter
(2) Northern Lights 40kw, 3-phase Generators (Starboard 10216 hours / Port 10223 hours as of 4/21)
Northern Lights 20kw, 3-phase Generator (4705 hours as of 4/21)
Atlas shore power electrical converter (60 or 50 hertz) (2015)
October 2017 – port and starboard generators have new injectors plus compression checked and bore scoped
April 2019 – Heat Exchangers service Generators
Earth straps completely rewire
Batteries – 12 new house batteries
Batteries – 2 new gen start batteries
Batteries – Mastervolt monitoring and sent to Maretron system
Atlas Shore power – Deep clean and major components replaced
New Instahot water system
AC loads heading
New STBD thruster controls


The fibreglass hull is cored using an AIREX foam core. Construction includes two layers of HYDREX resin-impregnated, closed cell 3/4″ AIREX on the bottom, each layer being separated by solid fibreglass. The hull sides, deck & superstructure are constructed using 1″ of HYDREX resin-impregnated closed cell coring. The hull bottom has a barrier coat.
Below waterline stripped back to glass 2 x bond coats, 2 x primer coats, 2.5 coats Antifoul. (IMO antifouling certificate)
Thrusters, Props stripped back, and two coats of prop speed.
Stern anchor – removed anchor and chain and blanked off. Anodes replaced and added shaft keyway anodes.


• All new LED interior lights throughout (2014)
• 2014 21′ Boston Whaler with 150hp outboard
• 2005 16′ Zodiac Tender w/75hp Yamaha
• Nautical Structures 5000# Davit – capable of launching tender off aft transom, port or starboard sides
• Deck Storage under Crane
• Double Anchors w/500′ & 700′ chain
• Anchor Wash & Chain Counter, both sides
• Underwater Lights (2014)
• Hydraulic Hatches – Engine Room, Fish Clean/Pole Storage, Cockpit Access
• Hot & Cold Freshwater washdown bow, stern & boat deck
• Saltwater Washdown in Cockpit
• Hydraulic Arch System to Lower Mast for Bridges/Boathouse
• Stern Anchoring System
• Marquipt boarding ladder
• Life Rafts (2015) (2)
• EPIRB (2015) (2)
• Outside cushions for bow & flybridge
• Lynx Built-in S/S Propane BBQ (On Deck)
• Compressed air – forward, aft & flybridge
• Exterior paint (2020)
• Bottom paint (2020)
• Westport hull built to the highest standards for Crescent Yachts

Engine & Mechanical

• (2) MTU 8V396TE94 1502hp Main Diesel Engines. W5 service was completed by MTU in 2012 at 4,000 hours.
Current hours as of 10/20 are 6619. 2619 hours SMOH. April 2019 – Replaced all fuel injectors & adjusted valves, port & starboard main engines
• Oil Change System to Mains & Gens w/Clean & Used Oil Tanks & hose to dock
• Hydraulic Bow & Stern Thrusters
• Hydraulic Oil Cooling System
• Dive Compressor
• Main Engine Preheaters
• 7,150 gallon Fuel in 4 Tanks w/Electric Fuel Transfer System
• Fire Hose System throughout w/Options for Electric, Hydraulic or Engine Driven Pumps
• Underwater Exhausts
• Engine Room Diamond Plate Floor Powder Coated White
• Naiad Stabilizers – Fins 16 sq. ft. (2014)
• (2) Sea chests w/only 1 through hull for safety
• Westfaria fuel cleaner
• Central vacuum throughout1050 RPM = 10 knots = 30 GPH approx.
1150 RPM = 11 knots = 34 GPH approx.
1250 RPM = 12 knots = 38 GPH approx.
Main engines – Full Service Pensek
Oil / Fuel fuel filter / Turbo inspection/gearbox oil / raw water pump service
Seawater lines replaced
Hydraulics replaced the steering ram
Hydraulics stab port ram replaced

Refit 2014/2015

21′ Boston Whaler tender
LED Interior light fixtures throughout (2014)
Water Maker (2014)
Rebuild and recover helm seat (2014)
Install fridges, icemakers, and wine fridge teak front panels
Install a new motor on the compressor – air
Install new microwave
Install rod holders
Replace holding tank check valves
Rebed windows
Install leather on the dash – pilothouse
Paint foredeck
Supply pilot house steering wheel
Install new deck shower cockpit
Install Maritron fuel flow meters
Install Maritron engine gauges and tank monitoring
High water switches
Water pumps
Install ZF electronic controls – all stations (5)
Install Datum controls for Naiad with 16 sq.ft.fins – stabilizers
Upgrade electronics
Install two Stidd helm chairs
Replace fridges in the sunroom and wheelhouse
Haul boat in Vancouver – service bottom
Replace cutlass bearings
Service rudders
Service thrusters
Install N2K transducer
Service all running gear as necessary
Soundproof engine room
Install Walker air system
Replace hot water tanks, clean out the complete water system


Change water pumps
Replace all TVs and Direct TV boxes
Service hydraulic heat exchangers
Air conditioners replace chiller system
Install underwater lights
Chain counter
Service anchors and windlass
Install two-rod holders on the stern
Add two cleats mid-ship
Replace aft teak decking – cockpit & sun lounge
Replace seven heads
Install teak cap rail – transom
Install AV systems
Clean fuel tanks
Replace packing in rudder glands and realign
Install prop speed
Clean black and grey tanks
Service propellers
Line cutters
Davit service – Spectra Line
Install Sea Recovery, the watermaker
Install WiFi system – Apple
Install Lifeline batteries

Refit Electronics

Satellite TV and addition of HD11 Satellite dome (75)
High definition dome
Install GLA satellite boxes
Install Smart Switch to allow for GLA/USA switching between systems easily
Satellite Phone/Internet (55)
Install V7 satellite communications system
Install Iridium Openport Backup communications satellite system
Install new Panasonic PBX phone system and new phones at each location
Additional Nav Equipment
Install NNTZ joysticks at the helm for non-touch control
Charts for Mexico
Install new salon speakers
Install speakers in Pilothouse
Sonar and periscope
Install train board
Install new Samsung Analog cameras in 3 locations
Feed cameras to primary pilothouse monitors
Install a Swan Camera Qualplexor to allow all cameras to be viewed on one “4 box” screen
Integrate Flir camera
Hatteland 15t21 High Bright TouchScreen Monitor 19″ (3 each)
TZT Black Box control
HD11 High-Definition Dome
Trac Vision HD11 w/IP antenna control unit
Wiring to add Galaxy Latin America to all TV locations
3 Voice lines, 2 data lines up to 134k
Install all new navigation lights and wire to accommodate
Two Furuno keypads
Nobeltec system
Dual input shore cord
The option allows for the connection of two single or three-phase shore cords to the input of the Atlas system.
Marine LED lighting for the entire interior of the boat
Replace the air conditioning system – digital control pads
TWLC Multi-Unit chiller control system
All new Head Hunter toilets
ZFM Electronic Controls at all stations
Atlas shore power electrical converter (60 or 50 hertz) (2015)

.Recent update & service

Stabilizer – maintenance service
Complete exterior paint job from Crescent Shipyard
New bottom paint
Repaint forward & aft searchlights
Paint anchors
Replace hydraulic lines in the mast
Replace rudder shaft packing
Blackout windows
Painting of decks and Davit
Hardware replacement (latches, speakers, fasteners)
Replace weather seals on exterior hatches/lockers & aft windows
Inspect sea strainers and valves
Seat Cover for Boston Whaler
Bottom Paint Boston Whaler
Replace Canvas Top on Boston Whaler


Artwork; antiques; all personal gear; loose items; galley gear; CD’s; charts; fishing equipment; tools; spare
parts; supplies & items not specifically listed on the equipment list specifications sheet.


Generator Portside Major over all complete units was removed and every component changed. Generator STBD was removed, in the process to complete replacement with a new unit.

Bridge Equipment

3 x New Bridge PC
3 x New Time zero
1 x New Airmar
1 x New Flur Cam
1 x New Main engine controls
4 x Main engine controls serviced
DC monitoring to Maretron
AIS unit replaced GME
Fire Panel replace batteries
Epirb recoded Columbus
Generator monitoring from the Maretron system in the bridge


Apple tv in all cabins and main salon, and sky lounge
Sim card antenna
Starlink full install
Onboard server (Nas)
Plex system

Add ons/ Replacements

Aft cleat added
swim deck rails added with swim ladder and fairlead
New bridge aft rails
New Foredeck hatch
Freezer Stbd compressor overhaul
Freezer Port compressor overhaul
New induction hob fitted
New Water maker fitted
Water maker manifold new
Water maker 1 – full overhaul service
Plumbing new water supply and sink installed
New water maker station beach S/S
The crew Fridge cooling pump replaced
The freezer cooling pump replaced
Compressor Breather fitted
Cat1 completed and changed over to Cooks Flag/Registry
Lift rafts serviced
STBD Main engine water pump (in the process of replacement or rebuilding, awaiting quote)
Oil system overhaul
Crane Pricing (awaiting a quote to replace)
Lights – replace 85% of exterior lights with new LED soft white lights
Fuel Spinner service
Black Tanks Sensor replaced
FWD Fuel Tank Sensor replaced


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the vessel’s condition. A buyer should instruct his agents or surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours before purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


We offer the details of this vessel in good faith, but unfortunately, we cannot promise or warrant its accuracy, information or warrant the condition of the vessel, its machinery or equipment. A buyer should instruct his agents or a surveyor to confirm such details as the buyer desires and validate them independently.

This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.