The first unit of the 60 WallyPower has been signed giving the start to the production of this new model of the WallyPower line.
The 60 WallyPower 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.
On deck, the area forward the superstructure is slightly recessed to allow to safely enjoy this sunbathing and social area. The cockpit features the navigation and driving control station to starboard, while the deck galley is to port with gas burners, fridge, sink, and plenty of storage for cooking tools, china and glassware. The central social area features to starboard a 6-8 people 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.
The top of the glass superstructure can be lifted to increase the ventilation of the cockpit during navigation and at anchor.
60 WallyPower (virtual image)
Three different options of the interior layout are available, that different for the number and type of cabins. All the cabins of the three versions have en-suites. One version has the large owner’s stateroom forward the salon, and two identical guest double cabins aft. Another version has the large owner’s stateroom forward the salon, one guest double cabin with queen size bed and one guest double cabin with bunks aft. This layout perfectly meets the requirements of families with children.
The third possibility is to have only two cabins: a large stateroom forward the salon and a large suite aft the salon. The en-suite of the aft suite is the same size of the owner’s en-suite of the 118 WallyPower. All the three versions feature the main salon amidships with the galley to starboard, and the crew cabin with en-suite at the forward end with direct access from the deck.
The propulsion system consists of two MTU diesel engines generating 2,500 Hp driving KaMeWa water-jets, and providing 43 knots of max speed with a range of 300 miles.
The first 60 WallyPower is built at WallyEurope facility in Fano, Italy and the delivery is scheduled for April 2008.
60 WallyPower Longitudinal view
Lenght O.A: 63 ft. & 8 inches Lenght W.L: 54 ft. & 6 inches Beam: 19 ft. & 4 inches Draught: 2 ft. & 11 inches Displacement: 57,320 lbs Superstructure: carbon fiber Deing: Wally/Stefano Pastrovich