Published: Tuesday, 20 August 2013
Mike Fulton

Like her sister ship which iscurrently in build and has just passed its tank test, the Wider 150, this new 120-foot semi-displacement all–aluminium yacht will be powered by a diesel-electric hybrid propulsion system. This will allow for a differently configured layout, where the smaller engine compartment will be placed forward freeing the aft space for more spacious owner and guest areas.

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This propulsion option gives far better fuel economy as well as less noise and reduced exhaust pollution. A large on-board fuel capacity (7,900 gallons) provides an ocean-crossing range of some 4,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 10 knots.

The master deck, as usual, is on the main deck located forward and connects with a private lounge with its own terrace. On the lower deck are four spacious staterooms each with an en-suite and four crew cabins in the forward section.

The transom door unfolds to create a swim platform and a small beach club. Where the engine room would typically be is the tender garage with a side-launching door. Jet skis and other water toys are housed on the foredeck.