A clean classic from Wajer Yachts will rivet the attention of guests for all the right reasons at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, topping off the Dutch yachtbuilder’s award-winning line with an already successful design in their biggest build yet: The Wajer 55. Twelve new orders were placed prior to the launch of the first hull, and interest continues to run high among those with an affinity for luxury, comfort, and performance.

More than just a handsome first glance, the Wajer 55 multi-tasks like no other 16-meter high performance yacht. Impressive technology puts push buttons in charge of automatically inflating fenders. An automated hard top bimini appears upon console command. A hydraulic anchor is monitored by camera to ensure proper set and hoist. Both console and cockpit move, adjusting forward and upward to allow improved visibility or enhanced protection from weather. The cockpit table lowers flush to the floor, opening the space for a social agenda. And the swim platform serves as both a swim ladder and a gangway, adjustable to the height of the quay.


Four custom suspension captain’s chairs scan the four Raymarine glass bridge system, making the yacht easy and intuitive to operate. Powered by two Penta 435 hp Volvo engines, the ride is smoothly balanced, kept dry by an effective spray rail. Just for fun, a 2.85 meter Williams turbo jet tender is concealed aft, below the sun pad for a quick trip to shore.

A posh, comfortable cabin lit by a generous foredeck skylight provides overnight accommodation for four to six guests. A superb choice as a weekender, a superyacht chase boat, or for entertaining friends on the water, the long range fuel tanks and spacious galley enhance the comfort, luxury, and convenience on board.


Naval architecture and design from Dutch partners Sinot and Vripack underscore the high quality and chic elegance reflected throughout the yacht. The smart features and exceptional build quality combine with meticulous attention to comfort and detail to make the Wajer 55 the choice of discriminating yachting connoisseurs.