Builder Westship World Yachts


Westship World Yachts produces custom built luxury boats in the superyacht market which are presented here. The shipyard has no current production line models available.



History of the company

In 1989, the American shipbuilding market was joined by another company - Westship World Yachts. The shipyard immediately chose the segment of motor superyachts as its priority. High popularity was achieved due to fruitful cooperation with Jack Sarin studio, which developed architecture and interiors of many Westship boats. In terms of interiors, the company often cooperated with Yacht Design Associates.


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Production .

The company owned a shipyard in Tampa, Florida. It had modern indoor production halls, an embankment equipped with a 300-ton ship lift and other equipment. The shipyard also served yachts and produced refits.

Fleet .

The portfolio includes motor superyachts ranging in length from 26 to 46 meters, capable of achieving impressive speeds for their size, some of them even over transatlantic distances.


The vast majority of New World superyacht shipyards offer semi-custom boats, but Westship has also been engaged in fully customised projects that have allowed future owners not to limit their imagination.

A nice bonus for owners is the certification of ships to the high standards of Lloyd's Register, which all boats passed.

Westship World Yachts boats for sale
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