You can change your cruise experience with the new Genesi, the first example of the Wider 150, a 150-foot semicustom design from Italy’s Wider Yachts. It is a superyacht that runs noiselessly when on a cruise on the sea.
With a price tag of $29 million, Genesi comes with 3,700 square feet of exterior space spread across four decks, including a 950-square-foot beach club, a tender garage that converts into a 23-foot-long swimming pool filled with seawater, and a spacious master suite with a 60-square-foot fold-down balcony.
Perhaps the beauty of Genesi lies in the curved bow that drifts backward into a wide-open cockpit. The cockpit has a U-shaped lounge that converts to a sun pad while the decks are covered with teak.
Genesi can travel as fast as 5 knots for 8 hours while running in zero-emissions mode, on battery power. While on board, you can enjoy the open sky deck, which includes a Jacuzzi and reclining lounges, and at the foredeck seating area.
The owner’s suite has 850 square feet, a ceiling that is 7 feet 2 inches high, and is divided into a bedroom, an office, and a bathroom with marble walls and an oak tub. The suite’s terrace includes a teak deck that slides out from the hull when the balcony folds down.
The slide-out deck, the beach-club design, and the quiet and efficient propulsion system are reasons to own Genesi.