Wally One: First Images Released

Wally is now giving us the first images of the Wally//One, a development that the company calls “its first luxury day boat”, with the move coming just in time for the Monaco Yacht Show Debut.
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The Wally//One is a 13 meter-long (42.6 ft) creation that replaces the Wally/Tender. It can accommodate two persons and is powered by a pair of Yanman engines, which are offered in two power levels: 315 or 170 hp each.

To get an idea of what the boat has to offer, here are the features of its cabin area: double berth, reading lights, forward hatch, nubuck leather covered closets, leather floor covering, ceiling light and storage areas.

The list of optional extras includes goodies such as a Simrad iPhone / iPod docking station, SonicHub system and 4 speakers, an external fridge, a Simrad AP24 Autopilot display, solar panels that power the appliances when the engine is turned off and others.

There has been strong interest in Wally//One on the first day of the show; a smart evolution of the tender, with a greater emphasis on fun, the flexible seating, increased sunbed space and luxuries that are included have really appealed to our customers,” Luca Bassani Antivari, Wally founder and president told visitors of the Monaco Yacht Show Debut, where the boat was introduced.

If you’re considering getting your hands on one of these creations, be prepared to spend EUR580,000 ($780,000 at the current exchange rate) on it.
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