The 34.14-meter Westport motor yacht Bookends was listed for sale by Thom Conboy and Chris Collins at Denison Yachting.
Launched in 2020 by the US shipyard Westport Yachts, the yacht bears the hull number 62 of the yard’s popular Westport 112 series, of which more than 60 units have been sold.
An interior with white oak joinery offers accommodation for eight people in four cabins consisting of a master suite, a VIP suite, a port double and a starboard twin, all equipped with screens of television and all with private bathroom.
Bookends asks $ 15,500,000
A large main living room includes a sofa, loveseat, side chairs, wet bar and entertainment center including a 75 inch TV screen, while up front is a formal dining area that seats eight. people. The interior design offers luxury, privacy and comfort, whether it’s socializing at the dock or at a remote anchorage. An advanced hull design provides exhilarating cruising speed and moderate draft to access most yachting destinations.
On the flybridge, entertaining and alfresco dining are a pleasure with integrated seating, a teak table, wet bar and barbeque next to a sofa, all protected from the sun by a composite hard top.
Bookends can accommodate eight people in four cabins
Powered by two MTU diesel engines, the yacht can reach a speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 22 knots. Two Seakeeper gyro stabilizers for onboard comfort complete the propulsion system.
Offered for sale with a one-year limited manufacturer’s warranty, Bookends asks for $ 15,500,000.