Wally Why

If Wally wanted to surprise the yachting industry, it would debut a yacht that looked, well, like a yacht.

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If Wally wanted to surprise the yachting industry, it would debut a yacht that looked, well, like a yacht.

For the past two decades, company founder and president, Luca Bassani Anitvari, has unveiled designs for sailboats that look like motor yachts and motor yachts that look like jet planes. Then came his plans for Wally Why.

Powered by electric motors, this 190-foot yacht with a 124-foot beam boasts room for 16 guests and a 24 person crew. Initial renderings show Wally Why with a modern feng shui interior and enormous oversized windows that will help guests feel one with the water.

Wally Why’s 14 water toys/tenders also accomplish that goal. Antivari already has his design and development team standing by to begin building once a prospective client comes forward.