A second 100 footer (30 meter) is sold after only two months from the signature of the Wally 101, making a total of four sailing yachts currently under construction at WallyEurope yard, ranging from 100 to 148 feet (30-45 meters).
The new Wally 100.3 is developed from the lines of the recently launched Y3K and is commissioned by a truly passionate sailor who enjoys cruising with his family as well as competitively racing. She features the lines of German Frers and the styling and interiors of Wally.
The Wally 100.3 is designed to perform all-round: the sail plan is very powerful, the hull is characterised by big volumes, and the appendages derive from those of the latest America’s Cup Class boats. As a result, she would be faster than the fastest Wally in this size, Alexia.
The deck layout features from bow to stern, the slim coachroof with the central skylight to give natural light to the central corridor down below, the social cockpit amidships with table and seats for eight people, the twin helmstations, the flush deck area between the sleek coamings with the central skylight over the main saloon, and the aft raised Terrace on the sea, which serves as a second cockpit to safely enjoy sailing.
The interiors accommodate six-eight guests and four crew. The owner stateroom is forward with a large queen size bed, plenty of storage cabinets, and the forward en-suite. Two identical guest double cabins are on either side of the central corridor, both with two beds and one pullman and the en-suite. The night area (owner’s and guests cabins) is separated from the crew, navigation and service area by a door to enhance privacy and quite.
The main salon is aft and opens onto the raised Terrace on the sea.
The Wally 100 design firstly developed for the new Y3K is an extremely versatile project suitable for the most competitive regattas as well as for round-the-world cruising. It comes in two versions: the flush – deck (Y3K, Wally 101, Wally 100.3) and deck-house characterised by four guest cabins (+ two crew cabins). A truly high performance blue-water yacht.
The construction of the new Wally 100.3 uses the latest advanced composite technology with pre-preg carbon to keep the displacement to only 57 tons. The yacht is being built at WallyEurope facility in Fano, Italy, and the delivery is scheduled for June 2009.