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Wider’s Wild New 62-Foot Yacht Has Not One but Two Party Decks

Wider’s Wild New 62-Foot Yacht Has Not One but Two Party Decks

Wider launched the first WiLder 60 earlier this year, but only now can we see the yacht in all its glory.

The Italian yard revealed new images of the inaugural 60-footer on Thursday, showing exactly how the discerning European owner decided to configure the fully custom cruiser.

Described as a “thrill-a-minute model” by Wider, the WiLder 60 combines superstar looks with supercar performance and superyacht finish. Developed by the in-house engineering team, the all-aluminum vessel features a sleek, low-slung exterior with a sporty, performance hull, a futuristic reverse bow, and a classic reverse sheerline. It is also equipped with two 1,300 hp MAN V-8s that enable a thrilling top speed of 40 knots and a range of 240 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 35 knots. In addition, bow and stern thrusters, two optional stabilizers, and a dynamic positioning system ensure top-notch maneuverability and handling.

“She is everything we conceived her to be, and so much more,” Wider CEO Fabio Fraternale said in a statement. “She shows that performance yachts can still be luxurious; that 60-footers can still be built with a superyacht ethos; and that whatever a client imagines, we can make a reality.”

The aft deck and swim platform.

The layout of the first hull was tailored to the owner, with the main deck offering a spacious owner’s suite forward, two additional guest cabins aft, a salon with a designer galley, and a head for guests. The interior, executed by the in-house design team at Wider Centro Stile, evokes a luxury car cabin with high-end materials and high-quality craftsmanship. The decor combines oak flooring and cleverly integrated lighting with rich leathers, sleek marbles, and glossy lacquers.

“This is the epitome of the WiLder concept—bespoke interiors completed to the very highest superyacht standards of finish, combining Italian design flair with the ultimate craftsmanship,” adds chief of Wider Centro Stile Michele Lubrano Lobianco.

The exterior is equally luxurious. Upscale “party decks” lie forward and aft, while a partially enclosed helm sits at the center. The foredeck is adorned with a supersized sun pad, while the aft deck is outfitted with an alfresco dining area, a lounge, and another huge sun pad. Further towards the stern, a large swim platform provides direct access to the sea.

The first hull was launched from Wider’s Vision Hub in Fano this past February, but the next two bespoke examples will be built at Wider’s Superyacht Hub in Venice. Stay tuned to see what wild custom touches the owners add to hulls two and three.

Click here to see all the photos of the first WiLder 60.

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