Hot news, the highlight of the program, the main news of today is an economical, comfortable and very fast yacht called Wally. Superior performance, cutting edge technology, comfort and space, grace and sporty style. For the first time this remarkable model was presented to the general public at the Plaisance festival held in Cannes.
The luxurious sailing beauty has been designed to give its owners more features for less money. The volume of cargo that can be transported on board is much larger than that of similar representatives of this class. Fuel consumption is also reduced, while the creators managed to maintain the high engine power of the little naughty girl.
Just look at this wonder, the steering wheel has a distinctly sporty styling and the control panel is clad in carbon fiber. The emphasis was on satin steel. A bold and daring design move!
Despite the multifunctional Yanmar system tools and power steering, the Wally is designed with ease of use and increased maneuverability in mind. It’s amazing how they did it? Additional navigation equipment is also available, including an autopilot complemented by 3G broadband Radar.
Updated body design: clean lines and deep vertical slope. This allows it to literally cut the wave, thus providing an exceptionally smooth ride. In Twin Turbo, the Yanmar V8 engines work in tandem, thanks to which the invention is able to reach speeds of 47 knots.
New decks and seating areas have been designed specifically for Wally, including the highest quality materials used to reduce vibration. The total space of the vessel was also increased, both in front and behind, this allows guests to move freely, fully enjoying the beauty of the sea.
And now a heading called “a moment of luxury.” The manufacturers did their best to ensure maximum comfort underfoot; side cockpits and handles can be made of the most durable materials or nubuck, depending on the customer’s preferences.
After this article, we really wanted to go to sea, and you?
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