December 11, 2021

New Model: Wally Why200

Wally has been re-inventing the wheel since it appeared in the scene in 1994, and the new Why200 continues this formula.  Measuring and named for its 200 gross tons of volume size the Why200 can be registered under 24 meters load line length but conveys the comfort and space of a much larger displacement yacht alongside the speed advantages of a semi-displacement yacht. With naval architecture from Laurent Giles and interior design provided by Vallicelli Design Studio, the Why200 provides the space and volume benefits of a much larger super yacht thanks to its innovative full-wide-body design generating more than 200 sqm of indoor living space as well as 144 sqm of exterior decks. The breakthrough wrap-around main deck in glass provides the sensational and unprecedented owner’s suite at the bow, which takes the on board experience to a whole new level. The fold-out wings expand the beach club area with access to the sea on three sides. The two concealed garages provide unprecedented storage capacity for the yacht’s size category. Optimized for both full and semi-displacement cruising, the Why200 sits perfectly between the voluminous but slower full displacement yachts and the restricted but rapid planning yachts. The stable, beamy hull complemented by both fin and gyroscopic stabilizers, guarantees full comfort at anchor. After exhaustive testing at the Solent University’s towing tank in Southampton, UK, the hull has been optimized to deliver a comfortable experience at a wide range of speeds.
Technical Data:
LOA - 27.03 m (89.9ft)
Waterline Length - 23.9 m
Beam - 7.66 m
Draft - 2 m
Displacement - 118 t
Fuel Capacity - 12000 l
Water Capacity - 2200 l
Max Persons - twenty
Accommodation - eight guests in four cabins, or 10/12 in five cabins, 5 crew in 3 cabins
Engines - 4 x Volvo D13 900hp, D13 1000hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward looking dual propeller IPS pod drives
Speed - 21 knots max 18 knots cruise with 900hp, 23 knots 20 cruise with 1000hp
Range - 390 nm at eighteen knots, 1000 nm at ten knots
Hull Shape - semi displacement
Project - Wally exterior, A. Vallicelli interior, Laurent Giles naval architect
Certification - EU CE A

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