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

She seems to be an import by Marty McFly and Doc Brown, but Luca Bassani designed this beast. No one else than the head behind Wally in cooperation with Lazzarini Pickering Architects and naval architecture by the Italian Intermarine shipyard. They created 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

Three Vericor gas turbines power the distinctive yacht with a total power of 16.800 hp. The vessel 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 — six guests and six crew (if needed). The boat also plays a minor part in the movie “The Island”.

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

Main Specifications of the Wally Power 118

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
Guests:6
Crew6

Profile & Layout

Wally Power 118 Profile
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 Model Makers Milano (ex EDGE RC) from Milan