Purposely designed and built for the Wally Class racing circuit, Nahita is nearly ready to test her mettle. Simultaneously, her owner looks forward to fun cruising. A Wally 93, the cruiser-racer splashed just this week. The owner is a loyal Wally customer, stepping up from a same-named Wally 80. Naval architecture for the Wally 93
Boats and yachts of every size put their owners in closer connection to the sea. So, why is it a big deal aboard Private GG? The fifth 27 Wallyace from Wally places the owner’s suite aft, leading directly out to the swim platform. Sliding glass doors here certainly invite the owner to step outside as
When it comes to where its projects take shape, Wally’s never been beholden to one particular shipyard. That set some of the groundwork for a new agreement with Nobiskrug, which will see a series of displacement megayachts as well as custom megayachts with steel hulls. The partnership affords Wally customers a way to move up in size and
Putting a dual emphasis on cruising and racing, the 100-foot (30.48-meter) Wallycento Tango took to the water this week. She represents hull number four of Wally’s aptly named Wallcento sailing-superyacht series. What’s more, within a month of delivery, she’ll compete at Les Voiles de Saint Tropez. Every Wallycento follows a box rule. Each also can have different builders
Meant to take on global cruising whether in light or heavy air, a new 145 from Wally is in build in Italy. In keeping with Wally tradition, while she’s for family time, she’s primarily for beating the competition. More interesting, though, in stark contrast to typical buyer behavior, this Wally 145 started off far larger.
The style of Wally’s sailing yachts, motoryachts, and tenders turns many a person’s head. So far, though, sales have focused overseas. That’s now changing, since Wally has tapped G Marine as its representative throughout the Americas for the Wallytender in particular. As a result, the boat is making its U.S. debut at this month’s Yachts