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2014 W-Class W-123

$17,500,000 Maine
Make W-Class
Model W-123
Year 2014
Condition New
Price US$17,500,000
Type Sail
Class Sloop
Length 123 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Wood
Location Maine
LOA 123 ft
Length at Water Line 94 ft 9 in
Beam 25 ft 6 in
Max Draft 18 ft
Min. Draft 12 ft
Keel Type enums.keel-type.kt-lifting
Displacement (Half Load) 250000 lb
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Caterpillar
Engine Model C7
Fuel Type Diesel
Power 370 hp
Propeller Type 3 Blade
Propeller Material Bronze
Designer Bruce Johnson/Persak & Wurmfeld
Builder Front Street Shipyard
Fuel Tanks 1 x 500 gal (UK)
Fresh Water Tanks 1 x 500 gal (UK)
Holding Tanks 1 x 200 gal (UK)
Hull Shape Monohull

Description

W-Class Yacht Company is expanding its family of yachts to include 100’, 123’ and 135’ models. The new racer/cruiser yachts will retain the ‘Spirit of Tradition’ and performance attributes of the existing W-Class Yacht Company’s W-37’, W-46’ and W-76’ models. The W-Class yachts will be built at Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine, with support from the shipwrights at Rockport Marine of Rockport, Maine, and Brooklin Boat Yard of Brooklin, Maine.

 “I’m eager to move W-Class Yacht Company into its next phase with three designs over 100 feet,” says Donald Tofias, president of W-Class Yacht Company. “In 1997 when I asked Taylor Allen of Rockport Marine and Steve White of Brooklin Boat Yard each to build a W-76, they worked together closely for the benefit of the yachts, a tradition that has continued. Now there’s also Front Street Shipyard, a facility that is large enough and capable enough to accommodate the largest yacht in the W-Class line.”

The initial profile drawings reveal a sleek, cold-molded hull with elegant overhangs and a low deckhouse. The W-123 and her sister ships are all based on the late Joel White’s W-76 design, which was inspired by the NYYC-50 (a Nathaniel Herreshoff-designed, gaff-rigged sloop that’s 50’ on the water and 75’ long). All three new W-Class yachts will be imbued with classic styling, minimal interiors and contemporary performance enhancements.

“The W-123 was designed with racing in mind,” says designer Bruce Johnson, former chief designer of Sparkman & Stephens. “The design brief calls for a true high-performance racing yacht that exemplifies classic styling but incorporates a modern underbody, a high aspect ratio, hydraulically lifting bulb T keel, and the latest-generation carbon rig, rigging and sails.”

Please call or email us for plans and specifications.

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Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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