The West Bay SonShip 72

Sonship 72


West Bay SonShip is proud to announce a new member to the West Bay family, the all-new 72 Skylounge.

West Bay’s engineers and designers have used the proven 58-foot, hard-chine hull mold, buy widening it by 1.5 feet and lengthening  it by 14 feet. The decks, the house and sky lounge were redesigned with a more modern, stylish look, which incorporated gray-tinted frameless windows. The interior design was also customized to the owner’s preferences, which allowed for larger living spaces. The systems, equipment and performance exceeded expectations.

See website for our newly designed starting platforms of 54, 63, 72, 81 and 100’ yachts. 





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