Wally revealed details about its brand new wallywind series that includes three sailing boat models ranging from 110ft to 150ft. Building work has already started on the first unit of the wallywind110, scheduled to be launched in May 2024. The boat will feature a full carbon hull as well as Wally’s simplified sail handling system. The project’s naval architecture was done by judel/vrolijk & co, German design studio that has signed some of the fastest sloops on the water today.
wallywind110 is the yacht that can cross any ocean with up to 8 people. She features the full carbon lay-up, a high-performance carbon rig and the choice of three keel types: a fixed 4.5m keel, a 3.95-6.10 m telescopic keel or a high-tech 4.50-6.80 m lifting keel. The boat has an impressive 40% ballast to weight ratio.
wallywind110 makes use of lightweight lithium-ion batteries and auxiliary equipment, multiple high-pressure hydraulic pumps for maximum redundancy, and a low-profile twin rudder set-up. The yacht is fitted with Wally’s underwater anchoring system, and the famous Magic Trim hydraulic system for the main and jib sheets.
The huge 80sqm cockpit is located on a single level and fills the full beam of the boat, up to the deep, safe bulwark. Layout can be customized ro feature seating and dining for up to 15 people. Just the twin carbon wheels and the crew companionway are fixed. Every seat, sunbed, lounger and table can be removed and kept ashore to prepare the wallywind110 for racing. A huge tender compartment is hidden beneath this deck, capable of harboring a boat up to 4m long.
With the engine room tucked away below the saloon, there is plenty of space for a huge open-plan space that combines dining, lounging and even working in style. A single skylight runs the full length of the low-profile coachroof, while hatches and hull windows all combine to turn this into a sun-soaked living area.
Numerous layouts are possible for the luxurious owner’s cabin forward, including walk-in wardrobes, separate his and hers bathrooms and relaxed seating. There are up to three further guest cabins, plus two more for crew and a further Captain’s cabin.
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