On the heels of its 2021 recapitalization under Marcello Maggi and holding company W-Fin Sarl, the Marche, Italy-based yacht builder Wider has unveiled its latest developments, which include a new logo and brand image; a new shipyard in Fano; a semicustom, hybrid-powered catamaran called the WiderCat 92; and a 72-meter hybrid-powered custom steel motoryacht called Moonflower, designed by Nauta and under construction in a new superyacht hub in Venice.

WCAT 92 cruising


Since its founding in 2010, Wider has been known for its innovation, from its first appearance in the industry with the Wider 42, to well-received hybrid superyacht projects such as the 50-meter Cecilia. With its recapitalization comes a new brand image meant to showcase the builder’s mixture of luxury, beauty, advanced technology and environmental consciousness.


In January 2022, Wider announced plans for a new shipyard in Fano, which is in development. Set to be constructed across a space of 11,000 square meters, the facility will be sea-facing and located in the area between the town’s historic port and the tourist marina. It will have a quay spanning almost 100 meters in length.

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