July 9, 2015

Wajer 38 S: Action & Adventure

Wajer Yachts presented the Wajer 38 S in the summer of 2015. The most striking aspect of this boat is the centrally located cockpit under a sturdy hardtop bimini. The principle of having a centre console has freed up a great deal of space on board for comfortable socialising and relaxing, and enhanced freedom of movement for all passengers. The skipper has excellent visibility at all times – but this is also where any comparison with conventional centre consoles ends.


The challenge was to develop a new motorboat that would combine the characteristic Wajer performance, superior sailing qualities and optimum handling performance, while providing ample space for relaxation and sporting activities. Because the new Wajer 38 S is intended as a day boat or luxury tender for superyachts, it has a completely redesigned forward deck. It includes a robust towing eye, allowing the boat to be easily and safely towed anywhere. The sleeping accommodations have given way to a spacious sun deck with room for a large table with U-shaped sitting area. The new layout has also created ample storage space below deck forward for all the cushions.

Central cockpit

A new design element for Wajer is the centrally placed cockpit. The Wajer 38 S can be operated with ease from two luxurious Stidd seats with springs, which are located behind a large windscreen and well protected from the heat of the sun by a tough bimini. The fully digitised dashboard with Raymarine 12-inch system and touchscreen is ergonomically designed with the needs of the helmsman in mind. LED lighting in the bimini makes for a cosy ambiance on board in the evenings. Furthermore, the cockpit provides room for a large refrigerator to starboard and a waste bin to port. The comfortable toilet space with sink in the centre console is easily accessible.

For more information, specifications, images, please download the following press release: