The first 23.5-meter Wajer 77 yacht enters the water
Dutch yacht builder Wajer Yachts has launched its first 23.5 meter Wajer 77 yacht on the French Riviera.
The largest model in the Wajer fleet took to the water amid a gathering of 40 Wajer yachts and their owners. It comes after the automaker announced it had sold 15 Wajer 77 models in May 2021.
“It was an unforgettable day,” said Dries Wajer, owner of Wajer Yachts. “The welcoming fleet showed how strong our community is. I can’t wait to show it off to the rest of the world.”
The Wajer 77 was designed in collaboration with Sinot Yacht Architecture and Design and Van Oossanen Naval Architects.
Built in aluminum, the yacht is packed with “Wajer innovations,” the builder said, including deck cooling technology, an adjustable deck plan and an automatic Targa roof. The yacht also includes a hybrid fender system, which automatically inflates the ready-made fenders and deflates them for easy stowage.
Power comes from three Volvo Penta IPS 1350 engines for a top speed of 37 knots and a range of 400 nautical miles.
Accommodation is meanwhile for a total of nine, including seven guests in the master cabin, the junior suite in the bow and the guest cabin on the port side, which has a double bed and a single bed. The crew cabin can accommodate two people. The interior has a standing height of 2.35 meters and air conditioning in every room.
The Wajer 77 is focused on outdoor living and features sun loungers in the bow, large sofas and an alfresco dining area in the back. The Wajer 77 is also equipped to carry Seabibs, jet surfboards, a Williams 325 Jet Tender and has plenty of space for snorkel gear, kitesurfing gear and a jet ski.