Wally 93 Sailing Yacht

Wally 93 (28m) NAHITA - the further stage of Wallycento (Launch Update)

Wally presents the new Wally 93 - a Judel/Vrolijk design for a repeat owner. The yacht is christened NAHITA and is the successor of the 24m Wally from 2009.

Wally 93 NAHITA is a carbon-fiber construction with a luxury interior to provide a fast and comfortable sailing yacht. The 28m yacht weighs just 35,5 tons thanks to the state-of-the-art materials that can be also found in the America’s Cup boats (high modulus unidirectional carbon fiber, and CNC female carbon fiber mold).

The Haute Couture comes with an upwind sail area of 503 m² and a downwind sail area of 1059 m². Her ultra-clean deck looks very great. The yacht has a draft of 6.2 meters but it can be reduced to 4.5 meters.

Wally 93 Sailing Yacht

Naval architect Rolf Vrolijk says:

“A Wally is the perfect syntheses between a high-performance cruising yacht and a competitive racer. This new design is streamlined for the Wally Class racing circuit, that is the most competitive racing in high-performance cruising yachts in the Mediterranean.

Very powerful upwind with the same draft as the Wallycento, the Wally 93 will be able to keep her lane after the start on the first upwind leg. The performance is optimized for the light to medium conditions: the yacht will have the ability to start surfing with 16 knots of wind, and easily capable of exceeding the true wind speed.”

Wally 93 Sailing Yacht

The interior was created in-house by Wally and Sans Tabù – an Italian art and fashion brand from Milan. Owners area is located forward, two guest cabins are at the aft.

“The Wally 93 fully reflects the Wally DNA to combine exceptional cruising capabilities and outstanding performance” describes Luca Bassani, Wally founder, and president “Additionally, the deck is ultra-clean with huge living areas.  She is so beautiful to fall in love at first sight!”

The Wally 93 will make her debut at the Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup 2018. The yacht was launched in April 2018.

Main Specifications

Length over all:28.30 m
Beam:6.65 m
Draft4.50 m - 6.20 m (Lifting Keel)
Displacement:35,5 t
Builder:Performance Boats, Italy
Naval Architecture:judel/vrolijk & co.
Interior Design:Wally / Sans Tabù
Accommodation:6 Guests + 2 Crew
Upwind Sail Area:503 sqm
Downwind Sail Area:1059 sqm

Update April 25th, 2018 - The first pictures of the finished yacht during the christening ceremony

Tango: A Wallycento that comes also with a clean deck and an ultra-modern interior design.

Wally 83m Explorer Nobiskrug

Wally & Nobiskrug with 83m

The Wally spirit combined with German craftsmanship by Nobiskrug: The 83m Wally Explorer

Details of the Nobiskrug / Wally 83m explorer are currently confidential but I hope that we can see more of this interesting project of the well-known luxury yacht brands.

“Wally and Nobiskrug finalised this important partnership to create an unprecedented synergy in the industry: the best technology and production capacity for mega and giga yachts of Nobiskrug, combined with the undiscussed talent for innovation of Wally,” announces Luca Bassani, Wally President, adding “We are very proud that Nobiskrug selected Wally to innovate the mega yacht market while Wally wants to offer the best building opportunity for its one-of-a-kind projects. Nobiskrug is known for their strength in the engineering and indisputable manufacturing quality of large superyachts in steel and this partnership will strategically complement our business portfolio”, concludes Bassani.

Wally 83m Explorer Nobiskrug

“Combining skills and experience from both our companies, we look forward to a close and successful collaboration. We share the vision of providing our superyacht customers with innovative technology combined with best yacht building quality and this will be the main drive for our cooperation,” said Holger Kahl, Managing Director of Nobiskrug.

Tango Wally Sailing Yacht

Tango by Wally (WallyCento)

Black Beauty with a big dance floor aft: The 100 feet sailing yacht TANGO by Wally - the fourth unit of the WallyCento fleet

Exterior Pictures: Gilles Martin-Reget

Interior Pictures: Toni Meneguzzo

Naval Architect Mark Mills of Mills Design was appointed for the first time for a Wally project and comments:

“Tango is our largest project to date and also we believe the most innovative, the most stylish, and certainly one of the most satisfying to develop in collaboration with the client, Wally, Pininfarina, and Persico Marine. We owe our involvement to the vision of Luca Bassani who suggested us to bring a fresh mindset to the Wallycento design question. 

We developed a radical proposal combining dramatic deck geometry with a novel interior layout for the most efficient result within the Wallycento box-rule, integrated with the structure to a level not yet seen in a yacht of this size. That proposal very quickly became Tango, after huge amounts of detail development, but very little deviation from the original vision for a sleek, light, and exciting sailing machine.”

Luca Bassani, Founder and President of Wally adds:

“A relevant  Tango’s technical attribute is to have the immersed volume of the hull more forward than the previous Wallycentos, and the aft lines are cleaner and more stretched: an hydrodynamic option that I much appreciate. Mark’s initial idea to have a displacement close to the minimum required by the box-rule, combined with the maximum sail plan allowed, would bring some advantages in the typical lights airs of the Mediterranean conditions.”

Wally is known for new ways, so Tango got the main salon at the aft area. Engine room and service area are placed amidships, guests can find their places forward. The interior was designed by Pininfarina.

Tangos’ cruising comforts equal those of the previous Wallycentos whilst her different interior layout further concentrates the weights over the boat center of gravity.”

Paolo Pininfarina says:

“The interior design of this Wallycento challenged our team to achieve the perfect balance of performance and comfort. Thanks to the selection of the materials and the innovative solutions of the interior decoration delivering both function and aesthetics,  we generated a true thoroughbred of the sea, ultra-light, and super performing, perfectly suitable for cruising as well as for racing. We are very proud of this accomplishment further confirming the excellence of our nautical division.”

“Tango turned out exactly how we envisaged her when we started developing the project: super sleek lines and aggressive overall appeal conveying her high-performance DNA.” proudly says Luca Bassani “Additionally, our form-reflects-function approach is epitomised in Tango’s sheer flush deck in the like of  the iconic Esense: besides enhancing the purity of the design,  it would facilitate the manoeuvres while racing.  We look forward to the sea-trials and test the predicted superior performance of our new superyacht.”

Main Specifications

Length over all:30.48 m
Beam:7.20 m
Draft:4.40 - 6.20 m
Exterior Design:Wally and Mills Design
Interior Design:Pininfarina
Naval Architecture:Mills Design
Sail Area:640 sqm
Top Speed (Engine):11 knots
Displacement:47.5 t
Main Engine:1 x 360 hp
Certification:Germanischer Lloyd
Mast and Boom:Southern Spars
Rigging:EC6 Southern Spars

Profile & Layouts

Tango Profile

Tango Yacht Deck Layout
Deck Layout

Tango Yacht General Arrangement
General Arrangement

Wally 145 Exterior

Wally 145 (44m) with Hybrid Propulsion

Wally announced the order of the new Wally 145

The new Wally 145 is a creation by well-known industry people like Luca Bassani (founder and president of Wally) and Germán Frers for exterior design and naval architecture. Studio SculliDroulers Architecture, and the Wally in-house team are responsible for the interior.

Thanks to the use of the latest carbon fiber technology, the yacht has a light displacement of just 171 tons.

Hybrid Propulsion System

The Wally 145 features a hybrid propulsion system with lithium battery pack that allows full autonomy including air condition over the night. The yacht offers also a silent mode to run all yacht operations fully electric to reduce the use of diesel engines. With the use of Diesel, she will have a cruising speed of 15 knots.

Luca Bassani comments:

“The new Wally 145 is the perfect yacht to enjoy sailing round the world. She epitomizes our credo of uncompromised performance combined with timeless appeal and providing the owners with the pleasure of truly sailing in any wind condition, from the very light to the strong airs, in complete comfort.”

Germán Frers explains:

The new Wally 145 has been created for a distinguished, knowledgeable, person who really enjoys driving a sensitive, well balanced, pleasant and fast sailing yacht, while cruising with his family but also, and most important,  while racing around the cans. The initial brief was for a larger yacht and contrary to the norm, the new design decreased in size and got simpler during the design process, in search of agility, speed and a closer vicinity to the sea and the elements. Extensive research was conducted in order to get the best performance while striving to produce the lightest weight within its specifications, a pleasant and ample interior, three different and separate deck areas and a very sophisticated sail handling system”.


The master suite with two queen size beds, his and hers ensuites (one with bath tub), office and double walk-in wardrobes is located on the aft area and has the typical “Terrace on the sea” including an own cockpit. The cockpit at the helm station serves as a kind of bimini that provides more privacy and a shaded place.

The salon with sofas, dining and the navigation desk coalesces with the outside. The yacht features a guest accommodation for up to six. There are two twin bed and one Pullman cabin. The forward area houses the crew mess and four double crew cabins (with ensuites).

Under construction at Persico Marine, the launch is scheduled for May 2019.

“We are very proud of this collaboration that leverages the Wally know-know developed in over 20 years of experience in lightweight building technology and system engineering, and our renown leading edge quality in high-performance construction.” declares Marcello Persico, CEO of Persico Marine. “We are sure that this mega yacht will raise the bar of the yachting industry and is the start of a successful story.”

Main Specifications

Length over all:44.20 m
Beam:9.50 m
Draft:4.50 - 7.20 m (Lifting Keel)
Exterior Design:Germán Frers, Wally, Luca Bassani
Interior Design:Droulers Architecture, Wally, Studio Sculli
Naval Architecture:Germán Frers
Structural Engineering:Pure Design & Engineering
Builder:Persico Marine
Propulsion System:2 x MAN D2676LE425 478 kW @ 2.100 rpm
2 x electric engines 60 kW
2 x retractable shaft lines
Mast and Boon:Southern Spars
Rigging:Carbo-Link / EC6
Sails:North Sails
Electric Plant:2 x generator variable speed 120 kW
high power DC-BUS system

2 x battery packs lithium-ion 100 kW each

Wally Class 2017 Yachts

Wally Class season 2017 starts with 14 yachts

Wally announced the start of the Wally Class 2017 with 14 yachts.

Pictures by Martinez Studio

The Wally Class (founded in 1999) is the association for owners of Wally sailing yachts with its own rules approved by the race-addicted owners. They race four events in the racing season. It started with the Sail Racing Palmavela (3 – 7 May) with the 24m Nahita as the overall winner (see complete results here).

The next races are at the Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta in Porto Cervo from May 30th – June 3rd, Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup (5 – 11 September) and ends with the Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez.

“The Wally Class confirms to be the world’s strongest division of racing superyachts and we are very proud of this result. Our passion for the sailing competition dates back to 1999 when large boat racing was prerogative of the maxi racers, exclusively developed for this purpose but on the brink of extinction.” – says Luca Bassani, Wally Class President and founder, and avid racer himself – At that time we had eight yachts on the water, who had already successfully competed in the most important Mediterranean regattas. I realized it was time to create the ad hoc organization for the regattas of our boats, and founded the Wally Class to supervise the racing activity suitable to the Wallys. With such an organized class,  year after year we succeeded in having at the events a separate division with its own standings and rating system, as well as the full control over the selection of the courses.” concludes Bassani.

In many superyacht regattas is it normal to hire professional sailors – also for the helm station. The Wally Class exists to encourage the owners to take the helm of their yacht (they get penalized). The rest of the crew can be professional.

“To ensure the fair racing, the Wally Class rules carefully regulate also the cruising soul of the participating Wallys.” explains Paolo Massarini, Wally Class Secretary “And require the measurement of the yachts by an official measurer before the start of the season, to guarantee compliance with their ratings after the winter works.”

Better Place Wally Sailing Yacht

SPOTLIGHT ON: 50m "BETTER PLACE" by Wally Yachts

The 50m BETTER PLACE by Wally from 2012 is a very modern flybridge sailing yacht in stunning Bugatti blue.

BETTER PLACE is one the largest sloop-rigged sailing yachts in carbon fiber and RINA Green Star certification. The yacht offers 300 sqm of inside space and 500 sqm outside space. Furthermore, she has a hybrid propulsion system to reduce the fuel consumption, noise and vibrations.

Luca Bassani, Wally Founder and President and head of the R&D commented:

“With Better Place, once again Wally opens a new route in yacht design and innovation. We succeeded in delivering an environmentally friendly and breakthrough Wally 50m with aggressive and sleek lines of a true performance sailing yacht, rather than the motor sailer look typical of this class of yachts.”

Better Place Wally Sailing Yacht
Better Place Wally Yachts
Better Place Wally Yachts

The exterior design was created by Wally together with Wetzels Brown Partners from Amsterdam. They are also responsible for the interior. The studio of Bill Tripp made naval architecture.

The deckhouse encloses the 86-sqm open space with navigation, dining and lounge areas, and is characterised by full height windows giving the open-air feeling, a sort of sheltered cockpit enhancing the inside-outside living.

The genuinely Wally raised bulwark, firstly featured by Esense in 2006, offers unique protection and replaces the less safe and aesthetically appealing rail and stanchions while leaving the hull lines pure.

The 62-sqm owners’ suite is aft with extraordinary visibility and brightness. The natural light floods in from four sides of the vast stateroom: through the portholes on both sides, and the mirrored glass aft and above. The owners’ private area has direct access to the 30-sqm Terrace-on-the-sea, that is another distinctive feature of the Wally inside-outside concept.

The forward social cockpit, directly accessible from the interior dining and lounge areas, features table seats and sun beds for up to 20-people. Beyond this, the forward deck features a Jacuzzi, finished in black, which is positioned beneath deck level and is, therefore, invisible when not in use, a hidden winch “cockpit” for the halyards, two large tender garages, stay-sail locker, sail lockers, and the Wally submarine anchor locker.

Better Place‘s 100-sqm sundeck is accessed both by an outside staircase and by an inside open staircase, leading to steering and navigation, lounge, dining, sunbathing and barbeque areas, A particularly innovative service feature is the open food lift connecting galley, interior dining area and sundeck– a ‘suitcase’ suspended in free space, connected by a single vertical track, to lift . The sundeck dining can be converted into a huge sunbed with the addition of an inflatable mattress, providing further comfort without stretching available storage capacity.

A hull-side door is located amidships to starboard: when open, it converts into a swimming and tender boarding platform. The picture below is also good to compare the size. Another picture to compare is the one the crew member in the boom.

Better Place Wally Yachts hull door
Better Place Yacht Man in Boom

Maximising space and minimising storage requirements, a newly designed seating module has been developed for the deck in carbon and mesh with low-profile cushions, for easy stowage, by the interior designers Wetzels Brown Partners, who designed all the deck furnishing.

The lower deck of Better Place features the night and service areas accommodating the owners in the aft suite and up to ten guests in four double staterooms, and ten crew in five double cabins. All cabins have en-suites.

The crew and service quarter is forward with galley, laundry and crew mess. The two engine rooms are amidships.

The interior design combines carbon look both gloss and satin, satin white lacquered oak, grey leather, and color matched upholstery to create a relaxed feeling. Colour-changing LED lights are used throughout the yacht and can be adjusted in order to change the atmosphere, reflecting the interior design concept to have soft and neutral tones that are colored by the lights. The cabins are linked by a light installation, running along the spine of the yacht.

Main Specifications

Length over all:50.50 m
Beam:10.25 m
Draft:4.60 m
Exterior Design:Wally / Wetzels Brown Partners
Naval Architecture:Bill Tripp Design
Interior Design:Wetzels Brown Partners
Mast / Boom:Hall Spars
Sail Area1100 sqm
Engine:Siemens diesel-electric
Speed (Engine):14 knots

50 WallyPower Seawolf

Video: 50 WallyPower 'Seawolf'

The Monaco-based shipyard Wally presents a video of their new 50 WallyPower christened 'Seawolf' - an awesome designed day cruiser/tender.

Wally Saudade Sailing Yacht

Saudade by Wally

Saudade is a 45m sailing yacht built by Wally in 2008.

In case you don’t know her and you see her for the first time, would you see a Wally in her? It’s an untypically deckhouse. If I see it with the Wally glasses, it’s a bit conservative ;). Even so, she is very stylish. I would describe her sporty, elegant and clean with her flush deck :)

Her exterior and interior design come from the boards of Eidsgaard Design. The naval architecture was done by Bill Tripp Design.

Onboard sailing video for a bit feeling ;)

More impresions

Main Specifications

Length over all:45.19 m
Length water line:38.80 m
Beam:8.57 m
Draft:4.40 - 6.40 m
Exterior Design:Eidsgaard Design
Interior Design:Eidsgaard Design
Naval Architecture:Tripp Design
Sail Area:920 m²
Displacement:150 t

Wally Power 118 at Full Power

SPOTLIGHT ON: Wally Power 118

Back to the Future: The 2008-built Wally Power 118 is an absolutely stunning yacht from another world. She seems also to be a military stealth ship.

She seems to be an import by Marty McFly and Doc Brown, but this beast was designed by Luca Bassani. No one less than the head behind Wally in cooperation with Lazzarini Pickering Architects and naval architecture by the Italian Intermarine shipyard. They designed the Wally Power 118 with no visible radar, antennas, anchor system or any bits.

Wally Power 118 at Full Power
Wally Power 118 Running
Wally Power 118 Running
Wally Power 118 Foredeck

The distinctive yacht is powered by three Vericor gas turbines with a total power of 16.800 hp. She has a fuel consumption of 58l per nautic mile at 60 knots. Three Rolls Royce Kemewa water jets bring the power to the water.

Her bright and spacious interior makes the sports yacht very comfortable with accommodation for 12 persons. 6 guests and/or 6 crew (if needed). The yacht plays also a role in the movie “The Island“.

Wally Power 118 Saloon
Wally Power 118 Stateroom
Wally Power 118 Galley

Main Specifications

Length over all:36.00 m
Beam:9.00 m
Draft:1.30 m
Exterior Design:Wally / Lazzarini Pickering Architects
Naval ArchitectureWally / Intermarine
Interior Design:Wally / Lazzarini Pickering Architects
Engines:3 x Vericor TF50 Gas Turbines 5.600 hp each (Total: 16.800 hp)
Engines (Maneuver):2 × Cummins 370 HP Diesel Engines
Max. Speed60 knots
Cruising Speed:9 knots (Diesel)
Range @ 9 knots:1.500 nm
Range @ 60 knots:300 nm
Fuel Capacity:22.000 l

Profile & Layout

Wally Power 118 Profile

Wally Power 118 Deck Layout
Deck Layout

Wally Power 118 Deck Plan
General Arrangement

Wally Power 118 Profile Interior
Profile Interior

Wally Power 118 RC Model by EDGE RC from Milan

Wally Esense Sailing Yacht

SPOTLIGHT ON: 43m Esense by Wally

Esense is a 43m high-performance sloop built in 2006 by Wally.

Esense has a radical design. Wally typical: No deck houses appears on her flush deck and only the bare necessities. That makes her to the biggest keel jolly boat of the world. In German, we would say: Die wohl größte Kieljolle der Welt.

Her exterior lines were designed by Wally in-house by the visionary founder Luca Bassani. The naval architecture work was done by Tripp Design. Her Hall Spars rig carries a sail area of 836 m².

The interior was created by Odile Decq from France. She gave her very modern lines compatible with her exterior design. Esense can accommodate 8 guests and a crew of 6 on cruising tours. She has three guest cabins which can be opened to the saloon. Table and seats are available for people of 10 – 12.

Statement by Odile Decq about the project

The interview is in French with German subtitles

Main Specifications

Length over all:43.70 m
Beam:8.57 m
Draft:4.20 - 6.20 m
EnginesCaterpillar 550 hp
Exterior Design:Wally / Luca Bassani
Interior Design:Odile Decq
Naval Architecture:Bill Tripp

Wally 105 Nariida refit

Wally 105 NARIIDA refitted by Baltic Yachts

Finnish yacht builder Baltic Yachts completed the refit of the 105 feet Wally sailing yacht NARIIDA originally built in 1994.

Baltic Yachts spent 9 months in the refit of Nariida at the yard in Bosund. On the 11th of June she sailed off, as a ‘new’ yacht, and with more than just a little ‘Baltic DNA’ added to her pedigree.

When Nariida was launched 20 years ago she had the highest standard of modern materials and was simply ahead of her time – also in design.

Nariida has over her 20 years been used extensively, for both racing and cruising. Cosmetic wear and tear is unavoidable, and renewal of surfaces has therefore been an important part of this refit project. This involved not only rig and hull paint and a new teak deck, but also a major replacement of teak veneer in the interior.

Baltic Yachts also made noticeable changes to Nariida’s interior, in order to make the yacht more suitable for its present use. This has involved in particular the galley, the navigation area and the owner’s cabin.

On the technical side, Baltic have improved the production and storage of electricity, by installing a new generator and upgraded and added to the battery banks. Many of the consumers have been changed as well, such as water heaters and cooling machinery. The later, in combination with building completely new freezers and fridges throughout. The goal has, among other things, been to dramatically increase the yacht’s ‘silent time’, i.e. the period, during full cruising mode, where generators can be shut off.

Nariida is Baltic’s first completed refit project on a yacht they did not built themselves. It has therefore been an important success factor to have the crew present at the yard, as well as frequent visits by the owner. It’s been very much an ‘all hands on deck’ attitude, which has turned out great results.

Kanga - Wally Ace


The 26m WallyAce Kanga was launched in 2012 and is an innovative displacement motor yacht with huge open spaces and interior volumes and a degree of light and quality of design unmatched by any yacht in its class.

Kanga's exterior and interior was styled by the Wally founder Luca Bassani and reflects the distinctive Wally style.

The breakthrough WallyAce 26m Kanga is characterised by several distinctive marks, compared to the other boats in her category:

  • wider and more stable hulls (10 to 15 % wider than similar yachts)
  • longer waterline to increase performance
  • higher freeboard to improve the seaworthiness in rough weather and increase the interior volumes
  • lower centre of gravity generated by her sleeker lines
  • bigger and more exploitable interior volumes
  • larger open-air social areas
  • unrivalled space within its length: 128 sqm of outside social space over two deck levels as well as a 50 sqm interior saloon area
  • the total square metre is 282 sqm, over 30 % greater than its nearest competitor in its length
  • tender garage located amidships with direct access to the crew and service area
  • aft owner’s and VIP suites opening onto the Terrace-on-the-sea® with direct access to the water
  • separate entrance to the service quarter for the crew to directly access the tender and the dock
  • heavy duty engines for long range cruises and low consumption
  • gyroscopic stabilizer
  • TA true long-distance ocean cruiser, she is classified as a ‘pleasure yacht’ and therefore manageable without a professional crew
  • engine room and tender garage located amidships to concentrate the weights in the centre of gravity and provide a smoother wave riding


Kanga introduces the Wallybow®:

[quote]"The bulb is incorporated into the bow: this unique Wally design is an innovative feature developed by our R&D department - that combines the vertical bow to pierce waves and the bulb to improve performance “.[/quote]

Explained Tommaso de Luca, chief designer at Wally and WallyAce’s Technical Manager

Propulsion, Consumption, Range

The propulsion system is characterised by engines that run at low RPM offering many advantages such as low vibration, low noise, low consumption, little maintenance, and long life.

[quote]“We expect Kanga to sail at 11.0 - 11.5 knot cruising speed at 1,300 rpm – continues de Luca – with a consumption around as little as 5 litres per nautical mile representing an unprecedented rate for a 10-guest/4-crew /90-ton motor yacht”. As a result of this exceptional efficiency, Kanga range is expected to surpass 3,000 nm: another remarkable and unique target in her category”.[/quote]


WallyAce 26m Kanga features three decks:

  1. the 60-sqm sun deck over the superstructure that is a large sunbathing and lounge area, featuring the vast 3x3-meter sun pad with adjustable backs, the fully equipped bar with counter and stools, and the sofas seating 8-10
  2. the 120-sqm main deck with the two social cockpits (one forward with table and seats for 8-10, and one aft with dining and lounge areas) and the superstructure, that is completely surrounded by glass to enhance the Wally inside-outside living concept
  3. the 95-sqm guest and service deck in the lower level

Interior layout and styling

The WallyAce 26m Kanga features over 50 sqm of social area incorporated in the glass-walled superstructure, that includes the lounge with large sofas, the dining table for 10-12 guests, and the steering and navigation station.

The accommodation layout reflects the perfect configuration for large families and charter capabilities: four large double cabins, sleeping up to10 people (two cabins have additional pullman beds) . All cabins have en-suites.

The owner’s and VIP’s are aft opening onto the Terrace-on-the-sea® with direct access to the water.

The crew and service area is forward, separated from the guest night area by the engine room and the garage, providing maximum privacy. The crew accommodation is for four people sleeping in two double cabins.

The interior styling is simple and fresh, with teak wood joinery and beige coloured fabric.


WallyAce 26m is a semi-custom line built using the sandwich GRP construction technology.
The hull skins are 50 % thicker than those required by the Classification Register, offering up to three times the mandatory solidity and toughness, to provide a true round-the-world cruiser.

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Main specifications

Length over all:26.23 m
Beam:7.75 m
Draft:1.75 m
Exterior Design:Wally / Luca Bassani
Naval Architecture:Wally / Allseas
Interior Design:Wally / Luca Bassani
Construction:Composite GRP / carbon
Max. speed12 knots
Engine:2 x Caterpillar C12 390 hp
Range @ 10 knots:3.000 nm