The elegance of Wajer, a Dutch shipyard, is now known worldwide. The shipyard in 2022 raises the bar again with its new flagship, a 23-and-a-half-meter yacht designed for outdoor living but also suitable for more demanding sailing. Starting with the line, however, it is immediately apparent that this model does not want to go unnoticed. Its debut occurred in the last months of 2021, but the boat immediately made an important mark.
Will it be one of the most stylish open above 20 meters in 2022? For now it is too early to tell, but it has all the makings, not least because the Dutch shipyard specializes in first-class luxury dayboats.
The Wajer 77 focuses on superyacht finishes and the ultimate in on-board comfort, with a cutting-edge level of technology. This includes an automatically opening sunroof, an air-conditioning system on the deck, and insulating materials to make this model one of the quietest on the market.
Wajer 77 – Exterior
The very elegant exterior line is joined by a deck plan with two large relaxation areas, one forward and one aft. Large sofas and sundecks characterize these areas. It has ample circular seating, sundecks in the bow, and large sofas and a dining area in the stern. Water sports enthusiasts can stow water toys of all kinds, a Williams 325 Jet Tender and optional scuba equipment, kiteboarding equipment or even a jet ski.
Wajer 77 – Interior
Inside, the goal was to have the ultimate in volume and luxury, with four en-suite cabins and a height of 2.15-2.35 meters. The Wajer 77 can accommodate 9 people and boasts a range of 400 nautical miles, making it suitable for longer cruises. The master cabin is amidships and measures 5 meters wide , followed by the junior suite in the bow that has a double bed. The port guest one has a double bed and a single bed. In contrast, the crew cabin can accommodate two people and has a separate entrance for added privacy. All cabins have private bathrooms.
Wajer 77 – Motorization
Wajer’s new 77 is base-equipped with three Volvo Penta IPS 1200 D13-900 hp capable of taking this 23-meter vessel to a top speed of 37 knots. With the IPS 1350 at the cruising speed of 26 knots, it has an average hourly consumption of about 300 liters.
Wajer 77 – Data Sheet
- Length: 23.5 m
- Width: 5.80 m
- Draft: 1.80 m
- Weight: 51 t (fully loaded)
- Fuel tank: 4,800 liters
- Motorization: 3x Volvo Penta IPS 1200 D13-900 hp
- Design: Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design
- Naval Architecture: Van Oossanen Naval Architects
- Autonomy: 400 mn
- Contact: www.wajer.com