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New Model: Wally 64' "WallyPower"

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  1. New Model: Wally 64' "WallyPower"
    Wally introduces a new model into the successful WallyPower line range.

    This 19-meter yacht represents the transition between the WallyTender and the larger WallyPower yachts. She fully exploits the WallyPower line concept to integrate design and function, and combines large interior volumes with high performance, sea keeping, and wide open air areas. The 64 WallyPower features the unique and marked characteristics of the Wally motor yacht models.

    The glass superstructure, a unique and distinctive feature of the Wallypower line offers shelter and protection to the cockpit and living areas. It can be closed via an aft folding door. Under the glass superstructure, the navigation and control station is to starboard. The central social area features to starboard a 6-8 person dining table and to port a lounge with a coffee table that can be converted into a second large dining table. Aft is the sunbathing pad with cushions.
  2. Three options of the interior layout are available, that differ for the number and type of cabins. All the cabins of the three versions have en-suites. All the three layouts feature the galley amidships to starboard, and the crew double cabin with en-suite at the forward end with direct access from the deck. The interior design and styling vary according to the configuration: the 64 WallyPower offers a selection of different styles, each one featuring specific combinations of wood veneers, lacquered woods, metals, fabrics, colours, and details. As a result, each 64 WallyPower reflects the client personality. All the styles are contemporary and perfectly integrated into the overall design.

    The propulsion system comes into two versions that differ for the engine type and power. The standard equipment provides two MAN 1,360 Hp for a max speed of 43 knots, the optional equipment offers two MAN 1,550 Hp providing over 50 knots of max speed. Both engine types drive KaMeWa water-jets and provide 300-mile range at cruising speed.

    The first two units of the new 64 WallyPower model are currently under construction in Fano, Italy with the delivery scheduled in May and in June 2008 for the number 1 and the number 2 respectively. The production schedule of the 64 WallyPower is of six units per year starting from October 2008, with five units ready to be delivered before the summer 2009.

    Technical Specifications:


    Length: 63’ 0’’
    Beam: 18’ 5’’
    Draft: 3’ 1’’
    Displacement: 30 tons
    Propulsion: 2 x MAN V12 1,360 Hp (1,014 kW ) standard
    Water-jets: Rolls-Royce Kamewa A45
    Max speed: 43 / 50 knots depending on power
    Range @ cruising speed: 300 nautical miles
    Fuel tanks: 925 US gal
    Fresh water: 106 US gal

    For more information contact:

    Wally Yachts
    8 Av. des Ligures,
    MC 98000 Monaco
    www.Wally.com
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