Italian superyacht builder Wider says the first Wider 32 is on track to launch in late May for use as a sport cruiser or a superyacht tender.
The 32’s axe bow and low transom give her a unique profile, with the 9-foot-8-inch beam tapering only slightly forward. She is shown here open to the sun, but an adjustable cockpit awning is a standard feature.
Inside are a salon with two sofas that convert to overnight berths, a galley and a full-beam head with shower in the bow.
Twin 260-hp MerCruiser Turbo Diesels mated to Bravo One stern drives are expected to give her a cruising speed of 32 knots. Her top end is predicted to be 37 knots.
Owners can customize each Wider 32 with a choice of hull and deck colors, window glass and frames, sunpad and seating configurations, upholstery and accessories.
Wider also has a 150-foot superyacht under construction with delivery expected in summer 2015, and a recently placed order for the first Wider 165 is expected to be completed in 2016.
Stay tuned at www.wider-y.it.