September 11, 2022

Project: Wally Why150

Emerging hot on the heels of Wally’s first full-wide-body yacht, the game-changing Why200 which took the industry by storm in September 2021, the latest yacht in the WallyWhy range has been revealed by the visionary Monaco-based brand: the WallyWhy150. The Why150 was created by Wally-Ferretti Group Engineering, while Studio A. Vallicelli and C penned her interior design. Great emphasis has been given to all of her exterior areas, where the masterful use of the outdoor space allows her to offer in the sundeck a complete dining option and a bar/kitchen with grill, fridges and all the open-air living amenities at sea. Another important feature of the wallywhy150 can be found on the main deck aft, where the full-beam interior saloon is on the same level as the cockpit down to sea level, creating a close sense of connection with the water. Many of the standout design features introduced on the WallyWhy200 have also been applied to this new model. These include her full wrap-around glass on the main deck, with the high bow presenting a 270-degree view from the unique forward master cabin. First premiered to the world on board the wallywhy200, Why150 will be the first 24 meter yacht in its size range to exhibit this feature. In addition, the WallyWhy150 offers unparalleled levels of headroom in the saloon. Sporting a curved ceiling, the living area has the highest headroom in her class, reaching heights up to 2.5 metres. A versatile yacht ideal for families, couples or charter guests, onboard accommodation is for eight guests across four generous staterooms, with four crew members also housed in two large cabins. With her optional three Volvo 1000hp and IPS propulsion, the Why150 can reach a maximum speed of 23 knots, or 21 knots with the standard power of three Volvo 900hp. Set to make her world debut in Spring 2023, the first unit of the WallyWhy150 will be launched in February.

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