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Wajer and Wajer Yachts introduces the Osprey 38

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Holland-based Wajer & Wajer Yachts has introduced the Osprey 38 (11.3m), the largest such vessel to date.

 

Vripack International Naval Architects and Volvo Penta Sweden worked together on the deep V-hull and IPS propulsion.

 

As the Osprey 37 was mainly built for long sailing trips and seated passengers, the Osprey 38 also offers comfortable boarding and space to relax. The Osprey 37 was named ‘Motorboat of the Year’ soon after its launch in 2006. New technologies make the Osprey 38 faster, more efficient and about 30 percent quieter than earlier models.

 

The interior and cockpit have been given a contemporary makeover. And it is equipped with a Mastervolt system linked to integrated Imtech monitoring for sustainability.

For more information, visit www.wajer.nl.

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