Wilmington North Carolina USA|
PRESTIGE LADY is a custom built yacht from Westship World Yachts in Tampa, Florida. Designed by Evan Marshall and launched with a Lloyds ABS classification, the magnificent 110 Raised Pilothouse yacht displayed a performance and sea kindliness well beyond her projected expectations. Heavier than her comparable production vessels, PRESTIGE LADY is arguably "the most comfortable vessel in her class".
"PRESTIGE LADY" is a custom built yacht from Westship World Yachts in Tampa, Florida.
|Vessel name:||PRESTIGE LADY|
|No. of engines:||2|
|Engine model:||MTU 16V 2000|
|Cruising Speed:||18 knots|
|Maximum Speed:||25 knots|
|Length over all:||110'|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Fuel capacity:||5600 Gallons|
|Water capacity:||900 Gallons|
Naval Architect: Evan Marshall, Murray & Associates
Interior Design: Evan Marshall and Pam Williams
Gensets: (2) Onan 55 kW Platinum Series - 2800 hours
Bow thruster: American Bow Thruster
Stabilizers: Trac Systems
Steering: Jastrom control twin power packs
Watermaker: FCI Max-Q 1,800 gpd
Windlass: (2) Muir 3-ton hydraulic
Davit: MarQuipt 2,000 lb.
Radars: (2) Furuno
Sonar: (2) Furuno
DGPS/Chart Plotter: Furuno Navnet and Nobeltec
Flat screens: (5) - 2 Argonaut flat screens
Autopilot: Simrad AP50
CCTV: Elbex Cameras
Monitoring System: Simon/Palladium Technowledge
PRESTIGE LADY's massive beam (1'3" wider than the Westport 112) allows for easy walk around decks with no sacrifice to her interior space. Beautifully custom decor throughout, the selection of hardwood and fabrics is something that must be seen to be appreciated. The Owner's Suite is full width with a his and hers head festooned with imported stone and premium fixtures and appointments. Spacious and elegant accommodations for guests are forward with three more staterooms and each with ensuite heads. Crew quarters are forward and down from the country kitchen style galley that includes an inviting circular dining table in the forward port corner. Additional formal dining is in the forward part of the salon and under its own circular soffit ceiling and sitting on a circular stone inlay floor.
The engineering spaces are huge and well lit. The wider beam makes for easy access to all sides of the main engines. A utility room is located at the entrance to the main engine room and is large enough for routine maintenance, repairs and also offers plenty of storage for parts and deck gear. The flybridge is enormous and wide open. All the usual features of a vessel of this size and style plus u-shaped bar with grill, full Jacuzzi and comfortable custom seating for twelve people.
PRESTIGE LADY is a vessel to be seen by those that are ready to make the upward change from production yachts. Her owner has enjoyed her at sea and in port. She is ready to cruise and standing by for your inspection.