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In true Westport tradition, FAR NIENTE has been designed to offer the very best of the good life at sea with its contemporary profile and refined interior spaces. A few custom features separate Far Niente from other 130’ Westports on the market: one of the twin staterooms can convert to a 4th King; and the custom dining area forward on the Portuguese bridge with umbrellas and chaise lounges.
- Vessel Info
- FAR NIENTE
- Year Built:
- Year Refittted:
- Marshall Islands
- Captain Jason Bacon, Chef & 5 crew
- Dimensions, Speed, & Specifications
- 129 ft (39.6 m)
- Max Speed:
- 20 kts (37 kph)
- Cruise Speed:
- 13 kts (24 kph)
- 2 x MTU/DDC 12V 4000 (2895 HP each)
- 25 ft (7.9 m)
- Min. Draft:
- 6 ft 7 in (2 m)
- Max. Draft:
- 6 ft 7 in (2 m)
- At anchor (0 speed)
Sleeps 10 in 5 Cabins
Master Stateroom:Main Deck, forward: Centerline king bed facing aft with two night stands, dresser, vanity with mirror, safe, and his-and her-walk-in closets. The ensuite features a private head and bidet locker, a spacious shower, and twin sinks.Entertainment center with 42” Blu-ray TV, DVD/CD, iPod dock, and surround sound. There is a study adjacent to the Master Stateroom.
VIP Stateroom(1): Midships, lower deck to port: Centerline king bed with two night stands,dresser, safe, and closet. The en-suite features a head and bidet, twin sinksand a shower. The entertainment center has a 32” Blu-ray TV, DVD/CD, iPod dock,and surround sound.
VIP Stateroom(2): Midships, lower deck to starboard: Centerline king bed with two nightstands, dresser, safe, and closet. The en-suite features a head and bidet, twinsinks and a shower. The entertainment center has a 32” Blu-ray TV, DVD/CD, iPoddock, and surround sound.
Twin Guest Stateroom (1):Midships, lower deck to port: Two single beds with night stand, dresser, and closet.The ensuite features a head, sink and a shower. The entertainment center has a26” Blu-ray TV, DVD/CD, iPod dock, and surround sound.
Twin Guest Stateroom (2):Midships, lower deck to starboard: two single beds with night stand, dresser,and closet. The ensuite features a head, sink and a shower. The entertainmentcenter has a 26” Blu-ray TV, DVD/CD, iPod dock, and surround sound.
One of the twin guest staterooms has the option to convert to a 4th King.
- AmmenitiesBluray player all cabins, Cell phone, DVD library, Indoor audio system, iPod dock, Media movie server, Outdoor audio system, Printer, Satellite TV, Streaming online media, TV all cabins, TV master cabin, TV outdoor, TV saloon, Wi-Fi, 35ft / 10.70m 300hp Scout, 17ft / 5.20m 115hp AB, Assorted water toys, Beach games, Board games, Floating Mats, Free weights, Kayaks multiple, Kneeboard, Mono ski, Paddleboard, Paddleboards multiple, Tube - towable, Wakeboard, Water skis - adult, Water skis - child, Wave runners multiple (sitdown), BBQ, Beach umbrella, Coffee machine, Exercise equipment, Fishing gear - heavy, Fishing gear - light, Ice maker, Jacuzzi on deck, Special diets, Sun loungers, Swim platform, Water maker
- DivingNot Insured
- Crew ProfileCaptain: Jason Bacon
Previous Yachts: M/Y SMERALDA (253ft) Dubai and Worldwide itinerary, M/Y ONE OFF (201ft), M/Y One More Toy (157ft)
Jason started his life on the water at the age of 5 racing small sailing dinghies. After racing for a number of years he taught these skills at the Olympic sailing school in Wales. At the school, he passed his Master of Yachts unlimited and with such credentials was able to join the Americas Cup Yacht, Stars & Stripes. With a passion for travel working on super yachts seemed a natural progression. Since then he has worked on multiple yachts and has 17 years of experience in the industry.
As a captain, he oversees every aspect of the yacht’s operations ensuring safety at all times and a comfortable cruising experience. He is adept at crew relations, continually maintaining a strong team environment to create the most memorable and service oriented experience for the guests.
Hobbies include: free diving, Wake Boarding, Sailing and kayaking.
Jason would like to take this opportunity to welcome you aboard M/Y Far Niente and introduce you to the rest of the crew:First Mate: Quentin Wilson
Brought up near the water, Quentin found his passion for the ocean at a young age and followed his goal to work and live on the water. He has over four years’ experience in the boat building industry having worked for Fanatix in Cape Town, South Africa. Quentin is a keen and experienced diver, completing dives in the Caribbean, Pacific, and Mediterranean.
Hobbies: Scuba diving, Spear Fishing, Motorcross and MotorsportChef: Simon Brown
Previous Yachts: S/Y Irelanda, M/Y Rahil
Simon is from Melbourne, Australia. He has been working as a chef for over 20 years in some of Australia’s premiere restaurant’s and his cooking covers a broad range of cuisines, with a strong focus on client satisfaction. While not from a yachting background he has worked in the industry for a number of years on both sail and motor yachts and has developed a real passion for the sea.
Hobbies: Diving, Mountain Biking, ReadingChief Stewardess: Chelsea Dwyer
Previous Private/Charter Yachts: M/Y Sea Bear (126ft) S/Y Knickerbocker (120ft)
Chelsea was born in Massachusetts and later moved to Wisconsin where she grew up. After attending Ripon College and completing her degree in biology and environmental studies, Chelsea moved to sunny Florida to begin her career in yachting. Coming from a long line of sea farers, both her father and grandfather being yacht captains, a career on the water had always been in mind. Chelsea has extensively cruised the Bahamas, Caribbean, and the New England Coast over the past 8 years, exploring each port with a passion.
She strives to make guests happy by providing the best quality service and experience for them. She offers the highest standards in all aspects of the interior and service. Chelsea is always eager to assist you in every way and to ensure the best yacht vacation possible.
Hobbies: Reading, hiking, yoga, exploring new places and meeting new people.Second Stewardess: Melanie Hittrich
Previous Yachts: M/Y Australis
Previous Yachts: M/Y Tsalta
Melanie is a Business School graduate from beautiful rainy Vancouver, Canada. She is fairly new to the yachting world, beginning less than one year ago, but has been in the hospitality industry her entire working life and thrives in excellent customer service. Being able to combine her love for traveling the world and creating unforgettable guest experiences, makes her a valuable crew member as Second Stew onboard M/Y Far Niente.
Hobbies: Hiking, yoga, shopping, traveling, fine dining and wine tasting.Deck/Stew: Jessica Rowe
Previous Yachts: M/Y Megan and S/Y Irelanda
Jessica was brought up in the English countryside in Hampshire and was schooled at a Naval College in Berkshire, Pangbourne, before studying Hospitality at Oxford Brookes University. From a young age Jessica has had a passion for outdoor adventure and has travelled to various countries to explore adrenaline-fueled activities. Before yachting Jessica has worked in a broad range of professions, some of which include; gymnastics coaching, sports photography and chalet cook/hostess.
Jessica is new to the yachting industry having started less than a year ago, however is keen to gain knowledge and experience over time, and to make everyone’s experience a memorable one onboard Far Niente.
Hobbies: Sailing, Windsurfing, Rowing, Rock Climbing, Mountain Biking, Gliding, Camping, Cooking and PhotographyChief Engineer: Stephen Eyssen
Previous Yachts: M/Y Sycara V M/Y Sovereign
Stephen was born in the Cape Winelands and grew up in the small coastal town of Stillbay. He loves and respects the ocean, surfing and sailing from a young age. Stephen was schooled and apprenticed in boat building and elements of yachting design and gained valuable knowledge and skills working for well‐known companies. After his studies
Stephen started his yachting career, eventually going to sea as an engineer in the super yacht industry. He has now been sailing in waters like Bahamas, Caribbean, Florida/West Coast USA/Alaska/Canada, Mediterranean, and Indian Ocean/East Coast, South Africa for the last four years and currently upholds his MCA Y4 engineering license. As Chief
Engineer onboard M/Y Far Niente, Stephen performs daily operations and maintenance for the safety of the vessel and smooth sailing.
Hobbies: Surfing, sailing, snorkeling/diving, wakeboarding, downhill skating, wine tasting, traveling and exploring