The 34.14-metre Westport superyacht Freedom has been sold with Cookie White of Allied Marine representing the seller and Mark Elliott of IYC introducing the buyer.Freedom was built by Westport Yachts, who designed both her interior and exterior, as one of the shipbuilder’s popular Westport 112 model. She features naval architecture from her builder Westport Yachts and Jack Sarin Naval Architects.The 212 GT superyacht can accommodate up to eight guests across four staterooms, consisting of a master suite, two double and one twin stateroom. She also hosts a crew of four.Her interior includes a main saloon with a large seating area, which opens to her formal dining space. From her main saloon, a lounge space with a bar and al fresco dining space can be accessed. Freedom’s aft swim platform is accessed via twin staircases.The superyacht’s flybridge is home to an additional dining space and bar area. To her stern, she stores two Jet Skis.Performance-wise, Freedom can cruise comfortably at 22 knots and reaches a top speed of 25 knots. She sports twin MTU 16V 2000 M90 Diesel engines, with a combined horsepower of 3,998. Freedom was sold with a last known asking price of $5,775,000.