The Wajer 38 and 38 S have undergone a significant aesthetic and practical upgrade compared to the first generation 38 models. The new edgy design has sleeker lines, which are pronounced in the new design of the transom, the carbon window frames and black powder coated air vents.
The new 38 and 38 S have new suspended Wajer bucket seats, special in-house design, and fully upgraded materials with lots of carbon and Permateek. They are fitted with Volvo Penta IPS 650 engines in combination with DPS.
As you may expect from Wajer, most enhancements are a direct result of current customer experience and feedback. For instance, the more pronounced rub rails, integrated Seabob storage, new integrated swim platform with concealed swimming ladder, more comfortable lounge cushions with special stitching and a Garmin screen for full control.
All upgraded items:
- Added swim plateau with redesign of wood, which better integrates shapes.
- Concealed, fully integrated swim ladder in plateau.
- Seabob hatch, integrated in transom (underneath steps).
- New type IPS 650 engines, in combination with DPS.
- Redesign of air vents, comparable to those on the Wajer 55.
- Use of one Garmin touch screen, to replace multiple Volvo screens.
- Descending carbon frames
- Upgraded upholstery with thicker materials and new stitching techniques.
- Sleeker profile of the rubber rub rails
- Signature Wajer pattern of the teak deck, comparable to that of the Wajer 55.
- Complete in-house redesign of chairs, resulting in sporty looking bucket seats with carbon back.