• WIDER Yachts 42 Express Cruiser at max speeds
  • Wider Yacht 42 at anchor
  • WIDER yachts 42 with her extended platform
  • WIDER 42 luxurious day-cruiser in every sense
  • WIDER 42 an award winning design
  • WIDER 42 spacious platform
  • Stylish helm station of the WIDER 42 luxury day cruiser
  • Interior on the WIDER 42 yacht
  • WIDER 42 interior below deck

Tilli Antonelli, who founded the Pershing yacht company in 1981, and his brilliant design team are responsible for this one of a kind Decepticon. The WIDER Yachts 42 redefined the luxury weekend cruiser.  Excellent maneuverability, plush interior, and speed in excess of 44 knots. 12 seconds is all it takes to make her a game changer; by a push of a button her deck expands to platform nearly 60 square feet, offering more space and stability on board. Wider constructs 70 percent of the boat from carbon fiber, making their hull light and efficiency. At 40 knot cruise the WIDER Yachts 42 will burn less than 30 gallons per hour with a range of more than 350 nautical miles.

Expanding deck by the push of a button
in-built multiview display on the steering wheel, similar to those used in Formula 1
Carbon-fiber table that lifts up from the floor
A dedicate storage for a SeaDoo jet ski aft
Galley with sink, refrigerator, freezer, and ice maker
Full head with a stand up shower, and carbon fiber toilet
Stepped hull technology, Arneson Drive, and stunning performance
Optional diving equipment, tender, or fight chair aft
Denon 6-speaker audio system (killer upgrade reaching 1460W is available)
Fitted with custom leather hang bags to pack your supplies
Extremely lightweight, guaranteeing maximum efficiency and minimum waste

LOA: 13.31m / 43′ 8″
Beam: 3.5m / 11′ 6″
Beam (expanded): 6.6m / 21′ 65″
Draft: .88m / 2′ 11″
Water: 250 l / 66 US Gal.
Fuel: 1,000 l/ 264 US Gal.

(2) Cummins QSB 5.9, 480 Hp
Arneson ASD

Cruising Speed: 40 knots
Max Speed: nearly 50 knots

Sleeps 2 guests comfortably
(single double berth)
One Head

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