Monaco-based yacht builder Wally, now part of the renowned Ferretti Group, has recently launched a new superyacht design project, the 50 meters 165 Wallypower. The superyacht brand collaborated with the acclaimed designers Espen Oeino and Luca Bassan to create a modern alternative to the classic Mediterranean cruiser. Today, Luxury Yachts unveils this amazing superyacht project that has impressed every interior design aficionado.
The 499 GT concept before you boasts a spacious owner’s stateroom on the main deck, with the lower deck featuring 4 generous en suite staterooms, alongside the crew and service areas which are situated towards the bow. The new yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests and 10 crew members in style.
On the main deck, there’s a modern saloon and dining area boasting fold-down balconies, plus an outdoor dining space and a decent-sized swimming pool complete with large sun pads. On both sides of the yacht, there are two lovely staircases that lead easily to the water’s edge.
The 165 Wallypower also comes with a 15 meter sundeck complete with sun pads aft. There’s also a bridge completely wrapped in glass, featuring a large raised settee and a U-shaped bar with large hardtop protection and again, plenty of high glass around.
Wally Yacht’s latest Superyacht Design Project uses a combination of diesel engines and waterjet propulsion, so you can expect an impressive top speed of 30 knots for the new yacht. Would you like to be the lucky owner of the new Wallypower?
The company is a technical and design office specializing in naval architecture and engineering-related disciplines. Espen Oeino International normally undertakes the concept, preliminary and detailed design work relating to the naval architectural, space planning and styling aspects of the projects.