Meet the wallywhy150

The new model is a smaller version of the wallywhy200.

Wally’s wallywhy150 can reportedly do 23 knots with optional triple Volvo Penta IPS1350 engines. Courtesy Wally

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Wally in Monaco has unveiled the wallywhy150, a smaller version of the wallywhy200 that made its debut in September.

The wallywhy150 has a length overall of 78 feet, with gross tonnage of 150. Interiors are by Studio A. Vallicelli & C.

“The challenge was to incorporate some of the 200’s best features into a smaller package while opening the door to new and innovative solutions in this size range,” Luca Bassani, Wally’s founder and chief designer, stated in a press release. “Most importantly, we have maximized and optimized her exterior spaces as much as possible. They are absolutely enormous and totally unique for her size in the industry.”

The wallywhy150 has a sundeck with dining, a grill, fridges and more. On the main deck aft, the salon, which has 8-foot-2-inch headroom in some spots, connects to the cockpit for one-level entertaining. Forward, the high bow allows 270-degree views from the master stateroom. An additional three guest staterooms are on board, along with quarters for four crew.

With the optional triple Volvo Penta IPS1350 engines, the builder says the wallywhy150 can reach a maximum speed of 23 knots. Standard power should generate a top hop of 21 knots.

When will the wallywhy150 debut? In spring 2023, with Hull No. 1 scheduled to launch in February.

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