Monaco-based yacht brand, Wally, has unveiled new details of the latest model of its semi-displacement line wallywhy, the wallywhy150, ahead of the upcoming show season. The latest model of the semi-displacement line wallywhy was created by the experienced Wally-Ferretti Group Engineering team, with Studio A. Vallicelli & C responsible for her interior design.
“The exterior areas are absolutely huge and are unmatched for her size. The upper deck is completely open, giving you an enormous amount of protected space on top which is equivalent to what you would see on a 40-meter yacht. On board you can enjoy a full dining setting on the sundeck, a sunbathing area, a shaded lounge and much more – almost the full length of the boat is outside. This appeals to a lot of contemporary owners who want to make sure they have a strong connection to the water,” explains Stefano de Vivo, Wally’s Managing Director.
The yacht’s floor-to-ceiling glass runs through the outside of the vessel. When guests are relaxing on the sofa or at the dining table, they will still feel in close contact with the natural environment. The owner’s suite, in particular, takes full advantage of the abundant glass and the wallywhy150 will be the first yacht in its size range to exhibit this feature. “The wallywhy150 is an industry paradigm-shifting project and serves as yet another example of Wally being ahead of its time, setting new standards in yacht design,” says de Vivo.
Similar to her sistership, the wallywhy150’s engine package is the choice of her owner. With three IPS1350 engines, she will be able to reach a maximum speed of 23 knots, or with the standard propulsion package that consists of three IPS1200 engines, that speed is reduced slightly to 21 knots.
The first wallywhy150 is set to be launched in February 2023 and will make her world debut in spring 2023. Discover Opulent Club on Apple news.