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58wallypower debut at Cannes Yachting Festival

by Wally Yachts 10 Sep 21:31 PDT
58wallypower © Wally Yachts

During the Ferretti Group press conference, the covers were lifted on the new 58wallypower project. This groundbreaking addition to the Wallypower line marks the start of the revamping of the iconic Wally range and will have its world debut at the Boot Düsseldorf show in January 2022.

As on the 118wallypower, the 58wallypower features pure lines dominated by the double chines in the hull and the air intakes. The yacht's interior is bathed in natural light from overhead, meaning there is no need for traditional openings to port or starboard. The superstructure of the 58wallypower displays typical Wally DNA with its pillarless curved glass, broad side decks, and ample guest areas that are open to the surroundings but protected from the sun, wind and water.

Practical by nature

The cockpit set-up can be adjusted to suit a range of climates, while the adjustable aft deck sunpad offers multiple lounging options for up to four adults. Folding bulwark 'wings' increase entertaining space on the aft deck by a dramatic 25sqm, while a hydraulic aft platform provides easy access to the water as well as tender and water toy storage. Wally's customary hydraulic passerelle is included as standard.

Adapted to your life at sea

Wally has created a social lower deck design on the 58wallypower that offers flexibility for up to four overnight guests. Layouts include the full-beam 'double saloon' and the 'flexi-guest' providing an additional guest cabin. A crew berth with ensuite facilities can be specified in lieu of this cabin.

Easy handling

The Volvo IPS propulsion system features proprietary joystick manoeuvring, dynamic positioning, and Assisted Docking software, with a choice of engine powers delivering a long range cruising speed of over 30 knots. Wally has chosen a triple configuration for shallow draft, while the ultra deep-V hull offers stability in even the roughest conditions.

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