Westport 164' Tri-Deck"Vango" by Capt. Chuck Gnaegy Its name is an immediate and explicit clue to the extraordinary creativity which marks this grand new Westport 164. Billed as a production yacht -- and two others have already begun their turn on the ways -- this singular design surpasses many previous efforts in custom naval architecture. Attention to detail and interior embellishments easily elevate it into a class by itself. In every important room on the vessel, the yacht displays especially commissioned faux artworks of famed Impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh. Hence, the owner has dubbed this artistic creation with its illustrious nom de guerre, Vango. As delivered, the salon of this magnificent yacht reflects a strength, a masculine warmth of the man and his paintings. Rich, deep mahogany browns and burnt-orange earth tones dominate, reminiscent of a Dutch or French agrarian estate, perhaps in France’s famed neo-classical Orangerie, the orange grove country. Not rustic, but tasteful arrangements fashioned by Donald Starkey, Ltd., of London, with Westport’s design team, headed by Ellen Henry.