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Wally...A Good showing at the MYS '07

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  1. Yacht News

    Yacht News YF News Editor

    Mar 29, 2006
    With the 2007 edition of the Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) just hours away, there is an air of expectancy for builders and brokers and fans alike. The builder Wally is to exibit a fineline selection of their latest launches.

    Among the latest launches from Wally are: Tango, Y3K, Open Season, Wallypower 70, Wallypower 47 and the Wally Tender. Tango is a 80 footlong flush deck sailyacht. Tango's colours are Black and Red. She has a Black Hull, mast and cockpit while she features a red rose motif on the starboaard side of the stern. Red outdoor cushions and a red dodger when employed.


    Y3K is also a sailyacht, with a length of 100 feet. She also features a Black hull and mast with a silver cockpit. Y3K is the successor to the previous Y3K which is now called Angel's Share and was designed from her.


    The Open Season is a beautifully appointed 94 foot flushdeck sailyacht. The lines on this sailer are soothing to the eyes and makes for a great design. Her hull is of a metalic silver with black draught. She features a sizable 'terrace on the sea'.


    The Wallypower 70 has been in existence since 2005, however, the new and improved 70 will be showcased. Differences between this and the older models are the removal of the extention at the bow which held the anchor na dreplaced with a pivoting anchor system (such as on the Wallypower 118). A newly sloped and lower oriented saloon. Seating area integrated into the front of the cockpit. The aft end of the saloon now features an upwardly opening door that affords no obstruction when opened.


    The Wallypower 47 comes in many colours available for personal customization. This model is fast and agile and is great for day cruises and entertainment. It also features below deck accomodations for overnight or extended cruises.


    And finally,

    The Wally Tender. This model is now extensively used by yacht owners as a tender. While it might not afford the ability to be stored on board, one may see them taging along with their mainyacht. The Wally Tender is also available in many colours and some customization.


    With this said you can look forward to seeing these beauties at the 2007 Monaco Yacht Show (MYS).