, 2022-07-27 02:00:00,
Italian shipyard Wally has pulled the wraps off a new line of lightweight carbon-fibre cruiser-racer sailing yachts, called wallywind. Comprising three new models, the line includes a 33.5 metre 110 model, a 39.6 metre 130 model and a 45 metre 150 model.
Construction of the first wallywind110 has already begun, and the new superyacht is set to hit the water in May 2024. Marrying classic Wally style with exceptional performance thanks to their lightweight construction, Wally predicts the new models will “set new standards” for carbon fibre sailing yachts.
The cockpit spans 80 square metres
Naval architecture on the 110 comes from German studio judel/vrolijk & co, a studio responsible for some of the fastest sailing yachts on the water today, including the 44.6 metre Path and the 55 metre Pink Gin VI.
The 110 model is the “equivalent of the Grand Touring car in the automotive world,” according to Wally managing director Stefano de Vivo. “It is a very powerful yet smooth long-distance cruising machine – but one that could become a serious challenger in a race – if you felt so inclined,” he noted.
The 110 model is the “equivalent of the Grand Touring car in the automotive world”.
“The boat is ideal for an experienced sailor, maybe someone who has had boats in the 60-80ft range and is now willing to make the jump to the 100ft size range to get the extra comforts,” he continued.
Alongside a full carbon lay-up, the yacht also features Wally’s…
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