Wilder 60 (18.9m) is the new 40-knot aluminum sport yacht


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Wilder 60

Craftsmanship, aluminum construction, luxury, and performance-all details that define the new Wilder 60, a 40-knot sport yacht capable of sleeping up to six. At 18.90 meters long, it is conceived and designed to maximize comfort and enjoyment, combining high performance with the authenticity of the shipbuilding tradition of the Marche region, to which it aims to be not only the heir but also a product of pride, the shipyard testifies.

Wilder 60

Handcrafted from aluminum, the Wilder 60 is designed to push hard on the water with a pair of MAN V8 1300s. To facilitate all maneuvers, it is also equipped with bow and stern thrusters.

Wilder 60 bow
Wilder 60


Sleek, aggressive lines characterize the hull of this new 60-footer, whose sporty layout is immediately apparent, accentuated by the almost vertical bow starboard and the “bellies” hollowed out in the deadwork, almost reminiscent of aeronautical origins. Coming to the deck, aggressiveness gives way to comfort, and right from the aft platform, one is immediately greeted by a large sundeck with a backrest. Forward of this, making use of the same backrest, is a pair of facing sofas complete with a central table, thus providing a convivial area, also usable as a dining area, in the middle of the cockpit.

Wilder 60

In the middle of the boat, protected by a hard top, is the helm station, served by double wrap-around seating. Nearby is access to the interior rooms while continuing toward the bow is a second space intended for relaxation and socializing, complete with sundeck and settees.

Wilder 60 side view
Wilder 60

Wilder 60 – Interior

Moving below deck, the layout of the Wilder 60 consists of three total cabins and two bathrooms, to which one is introduced by a large salon. A living area complete with a C-shaped sofa and center table take their place here, facing a full kitchen positioned on the opposite walls.

Wilder 60

There is a full-beam double master stateroom in the bow, complete with private bathroom and furnishings, while, aft of the salon, there are two additional double cabins, including a second with a double bed, to starboard.

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Propulsion and performance

Looking at performance, the powertrain is based on a pair of MAN V8 1300 engines, totaling 2,600 horsepower served by 3,000 liters of fuel tank. Facilitating each maneuver, however, both bow th rusters and stern thrusters come into play, simplifying movement and mooring in tight spaces. In terms of speed, the maximum speed is expected to be around 40 knots and the cruising speed around 32 knots.

Technical Specs

Length Over All (LOA) 18.90 m
Max Beam 5.36 m
Full Load Immersion 1.05 m
Full Load Displacement 33 t
Motorization 2x MAN V8 1300
Bow Thruster BTQ300 240KGF 24V
Stern Thruster BTQ250 240KGF 24V
Maximum Speed 40 kn
Cruising Speed 32 kn
Fuel Tank 3000 lt.
Fresh Water Tank 950 lt.
Black Water Tank 250 lt.
Beds 6
Cabins 3
Services 2
Material Aluminum
Design Wider Style Center
Naval Architecture Wider Engineering
Contact wilder-yachts.com


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