The new WIDER 150 Will Make Your Day a Lot Better


It’s pretty hard to stand out in a competitive market segment of 40-50 meter yachts but we believe that Wider Yachts’ latest project, the 45-meter WIDER 150, is totally worth of your full and undivided attention. Recently awarded with the coveted Neptune trophy, at the World Superyacht Awards, this Italian-built beauty makes a powerful statement from these photos alone.

Benefiting from from an aluminum construction, the stunning exterior appearance has been the first design created by Fulvio De Simoni in collaboration with Tilli Antonelli and the shipyard’s in-house design team.

Wider Yachts wanted to deliver the ultimate sea-side luxury experience with this cool vessel, supported by a wonderful combination of innovative multipurpose guest areas. That’s how the functional layout of WIDER 150 forms a disturb-free environment, that’s perfect for relaxing cruises on warm, sunny days.


WIDER 150’s most notable feature is the 90-square-meter beach club, found on at stern of the vessel, where the Wider 32 tender is stored and also where guests may enjoy their Siesta once the anchor has been dropped. The on-board seawater pool will help with that as well, along with the two side balconies and aft swim platform.

The intimate fore-deck lounge is also a hot spot in this vessel, where passengers can relax underneath an innovative canopy. The yacht’s cabins are refined and practical, featuring natural materials that seem to mesmerize guests with a sense of balance between indoor and outdoor areas.

The owner’s suite is obviously the most impressive cabin, including a study, walk-in wardrobe as well as a beautiful bathroom.  Guest quarters were finished in a tasteful manner, making sure family and friends would not complain.

The modular propulsion system allows WIDER 150 to cruise using only its battery packs, in Zero Emission Mode, thanks to the people at EST technologies; the batteries are the latest development in LiPo (lithium polymer) technologies and deliver a total of 544 kWh.