Luxury Yacht

Wider one hundred sixty five SUPERYACHT – A At the rear of THE SCENES TOUR





Previous 7 days I was invited to match a promotional online video of the amazing new Wider one hundred sixty five. It was a incredibly generous provide by the shipyard, since the period of time straight away adhering to the start of a yacht and it’s overall look at a Boat Display is particularly active.
In this online video you can sign up for me as I drive down to Ancona and explain the complexities of providing a yacht, and then get a tour at the rear of the scenes. And sure…on this online video you DO get to see the specialized spaces and crew quarters.
For much more aspects about this yacht speak to me at david.seal@northropandjohnson.com

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42 comments

  1. Your rational for not always filming the engine room and crew quarters makes absolute sense. But I like seeing them because if I was ever in the market for a yatch I would absolutely want to see the crew quarters to make sure it was not some sardine like cabin that was to cramped. I would have to start from scratch because I would want the people waiting on me hand and foot and guests to live in very comfortable accommodations. . I would want a happy crew ( not spoiled ) but well taken care of to ensure my yatch, myself and guests were always taken care of to the best of their abilities. Now reality I’m not ever going to own a yatch in this lifetime. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ But dream are good and some dreams do come true.

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  2. Hello from CALIFORNIA, thank you you filled my geek need. Great vlog.

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  3. If I could afford one of these I wouldn't be filling the swimming pool with water.

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  4. I just LOVE Wider Yachts! I tell everyone about them!! I'm going to get one, one day soon πŸ™‚

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  5. I liked the "Off the cuff" filming. It had a nice fast pace to it. I would have liked to see the most upper deck. I think there was one behind you in your last shot.

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  6. I’ll buy this yacht if it could have:
    A section of the helipad converts to a swimming pool when not in use.
    A dedicated fully equipped gym
    A proper Home theatre
    Till then, I’ll keep using the bus…😎

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  7. awesome!

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  8. This was unbelievable! Would love to learn more how the tender fits into the back whilst having a pool? It there another video on that?

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  9. Hi David, I'm arriving very late to the party here. But I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed this supplemental tour of the working spaces on what is definitely my dream yacht. I love your usual polished walkthrough productions, but personally couldn't get enough of this sort of supporting content as well. Many thanks for sharing.

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  10. Thanks so much for doing this type of video! Please, by all means do more. It's fascinating to see and learn about the "technical" and behind the scenes workings of these magnificent vessels. There are probably many people who – like myself – are as interested in this side of the picture as of the sheer beauty and awe of the overall vessel, its aesthetics, unique features and amenities. Subbed!

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  11. Is there a link to the corporate video?

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  12. 9:30 I wish you had more videos in this style of walking around the yatch while talking through everything

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  13. Off the cuff is always better than produced. Nice video, #word.

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  14. Generally I would tend to agree with you when you state your reasons for not showing engine and ancillary areas on your principle video presentations. This I believe differs considerably to prospective owners and general viewers alike, when a yacht manufacturer has gone to great lengths and without doubt considerable expense to develop and implement exceptional advanced key operational systems such as in the case of the Wider 165 with its hybrid propulsion and power generation system. I believe you are correct when stating the fact that potential customers of such yachts initially fall in love with lines and beauty, I also believe that the todays customer is much more in tune with advanced power generation systems critical to operation of not only their yacht but also in life generally. Such yachts with advanced and proven systems are likely to hold more interest a few years down the line, a factor the owner of this type of yacht will I am sure be very aware of. It is good that you have addressed all the above in your behind the scenes presentation although it would of also been interesting to have seen the battery systems behind those doors but understandably Wider yachts may have not wanted this area of their technology broadcast to the world. Another fabulous presentation from you, especially considering it was off the cuff, and very pleased you chose to reveal the operational and very interesting side of this yacht. I look forward to your future presentations.

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  15. AMAZING WALK THRU

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  16. Great video ! …
    Would love to see more produced like this with the below the decks … a happy crew is a productive crew!

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  17. I enjoy this type of video. It's always nice to see the engine/power room and especially the crew area. There are people that want to know that the crew have some space and aren't crammed into colorless rooms.

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  18. But you well have to me my turmes

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  19. Yoy must read this I have the fund to pay for that ship in cash if needed

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  20. Loved this video

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  21. doesn't company have a website and if so can you give me the link to their website

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  22. fantastic peak inside this remarkable yacht ….but I've fallen Love with the 165 Mangusta.'Serenity'….

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  23. What is the price

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  24. Love this perspective. I'm the type of person who opens every door cabinet and leaves no button u pressed, I would like to see every inch of this vessel.

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  25. Absolutely love your approach and it has me coming back for more which is the aim, I'm sure. I am a technical guy as well so here is an idea….Do Both kinds of videos whenever possible. Your channel is the best by far. Keep up the great work and I will contact YOU when in the market!

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  26. I enjoy to better them your othere one you do not answer you YouTube

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  27. There seem to me lots of room it not like a sailor ship my 92 ft ship Justis lacking room

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  28. At last you showed the engem room

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  29. I see from what you say the people you deal with are asshole they care not of there crew they only think of them selfs

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  30. love this video

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  31. Wow, I love this kind of videos! To see the engine room and crew areas is rare unlucky, But you did it, and I love it : ) thank you so much

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  32. Awesome video

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  33. Yes very nice better experience like if I went my self, try to show crew and captain quarters and if possible flash crew interviews asking with is like, like always great work.
    Thank you.

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  34. Hello David love you videos, the reason i like to see the crew quarters is very simple, in my eyes 2 reasons, one is that if the crew have good accommodation im sure it makes a difference to there time on the boat, and two for instance i will guess more boats of 30-40 metre are sold than 100 metre boats, i watched a video of a Asimut 55s, and it showed that there was a double bed for the captain so that could be two crew members ie his wife/g/f. etc etc could be a stewardess, chef. or visa versa, and then that leaves i would guess a twin room for deck hands, so please could you show the crew cabin. Keep up the good work.

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  35. BTW. David, kudos on producing an excellent video

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  36. It would be great if the Wider 150 and the 165 had elevators and be handicap accessible for the elder generation

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  37. I agree with you about falling in love with looks – except for one thing – I live in Silicon Valley, people here are driven by technology and aesthetics are secondary. And these are some of the richest people in the world, there are 70 billionaires in San Francisco alone…. If you want to sell to them, you had better focus on the technology, engine room and those non-look things…

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  38. Love it! Thank you!

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  39. At the moment, there are 24 people who clicked the "unlike" button. How can anyone not like this? What is wrong with these people?

    Thanks for posting! I liked and subbed.

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  40. You SIR are a supurbe presenter.

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  41. What a magnificent boat! Surprised your camera crew used Canon's and not Red's or BlackMagic. None the less, the videos are great! OK, I'll take it. Wrap it up!

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  42. I know it was a behind the scenes tour, but even the salon looks very sterile … not much warmth inside.

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