Project Description

The aim of project Waverunner was to create an environment on board which would provide the outmost luxury and comfort for her guests. She has been designed to give her owner and guest vast amounts of space both internal and external. Large amount of glass has been used to provide ample light to the interiors and keep a connection to the outside environment. This is most obvious on the massive glass structure on the upper decks which houses the owners accomodation. Her other unique features are a large tender garage on the aft, helicopter hanger in the bow and the swimming pool on the aft deck. The owner has his own personal jacuzzi on the top deck with both fwd and an aft balcony.

The entire hull has been given to technical space, crew accomodation and a large gym and spa area. The 4 guest cabins on the main deck are all incredably spacious. A VIP room has been placed on the forward part of the owners deck with access to the forward balcony. A central staircase en-circling an elevator provides easy access to every deck.

An efficient hull has been designed with a long waterline and a sharp angle of entry to allow for comfortable cruising.


LOA: 88.09m
LWL: – 87.75m
Bmax: – 15.01m
Draft: – 4.00m
Displacement (Half load): – 2400MT
Speed (max/cruising): – 18/14Kts
Engines: – Caterpiller 3516E 2525kW @ 1800RPM
Range: – 6500Nm
Fuel oil tanks: – 240000Ltr (Approx)
Fresh water tanks: – 100000Ltr (Approx)
Grey water tanks: – 70000Ltr (Approx)
Black water tanks: – 40000Ltr (Approx)
Construction: – Steel/aluminium
Naval Architecture: Mural Yachts
Exterior design: Mural Yachts
Interior design: Mural Yachts