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The new wallywind110 has been launched

Just over a year after the launch of the wally101 Full Custom, the new wallywind110 touched the sea for the first time on Saturday, June 1st.

This marks a significant milestone in the journey that officially began in 2022 for the wallywind performance cruiser range, which will also feature the wallywind130 and the wallywind150.
Not to mention that the second wallywind110 is already under construction.

“The launch of this first semi-custom sail model since Wally became part of Ferretti Group in 2019 is a very significant moment for us,” says Stefano de Vivo, Wally Managing Director. “Not only does it coincide with the brand’s 30th anniversary, but it also once again confirms how relevant the sailing superyacht sector is for Wally. We have always been leader in this segment, and we aim to continue anticipating market trends by creating yachts capable of becoming true benchmarks in both yachting and design”.

The launch of the wallywind110 was a moment of celebration, attended not only by the management of Wally and Ferretti Group, but also by the entire team and workforce involved in the project. Along with their families, they admired the new superyacht touching the sea.

The bright metallic paint with blue reflections on the all-carbon hull of the wallywind110 wowed the attendees. Designed by the experienced team at judel/vrolijk & co, the paint shifts tone with the changing light, adding even more elegance to Wally’s latest gem.
The launch also showcased the unique deck layout, resulting from the know-how of Wally’s internal design team in collaboration with the Santa Maria Magnolfi studio, who developed together the exterior and interior design of the wallywind110.

“The wallywind110 is not just a superyacht that promises impressive performance,” explains Wally Founder and Chief Designer Luca Bassani. “Wally has always been synonymous with both performance and design. The thoughtful study of the wallywind110’s deck spaces has resulted in an 80 square meter cockpit, free of technical equipment (relocated to the stern), comparable to that of a sailing superyacht at least 60 meters long. The owner and their guests can relax on sofas, sunbeds, and seating. Not to mention the other two lounge areas located on the ‘sea terrace’ at the stern and on the foredeck.”

 

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