165 Wallypower will be the first motor superyacht from Wally, since the brand joined the Ferretti Group. The project was born from the fusion of the genius of Luca Bassani, founder of Wally, and that of Espen Øino, internationally renowned designer.
The size changes, but Wally’s philosophy remains the same. This first Ferretti era superyacht will be 50 meters long with the classic look: square windows, aggressive line and bow to cut the waves in half. With this move the typical panorama of the superyachts on the 50 meters changes, usually tied to lines all in all classic.
The superyacht by Wally will be, in line with current trends, in “transformer” style with beaches that open aft and on the sides to further extend the space available on board when the boat is stationary and close when the boat is at sea.
The 50-metre superyacht has a tonnage of 499 GT, yet offers a superior feeling of space and many elements typically expected on a larger vessel. The 165 Wallypower’ s standout features are plentiful, in particular the owner’ s stateroom location on the main deck, providing privacy and space not usually afforded to owners of yachts this length.
A further four ensuite guest cabins are found on the lower deck, alongside the crew and service area towards the bow. Amidships on the main deck is a large saloon and dining area with double fold-down balconies, leading seamlessly to an outdoor dining space and swimming pool flanked by large sun pads. Port and starboard staircases take guests to the water’ s edge with a beach club featuring U-shaped seating and large, fold-down bulwarks to extend the deck beyond the sides of the hull.
At 30 knots for the Mediterranean
With diesel engines and waterjet propulsion, the planing 165 Wallypower is expected to be capable of reaching 30 knots, making it the perfect way hop between Monaco and St Tropez or tour the coast of Sardinia, for example.
Boat technical sheet: 165 Wally (preliminary)