Currently under construction at Wally’s shipyard in Italy, the new 145 sailing boat, combines huge volumes and a light displacement of only 171 tons, nearly 100 tons lighter than any similar mega yacht, thanks to the latest carbon fiber building technology, the naval architecture and the state-of-the-art system development and engineering.
Luca Bassani, Wally founder and president, said:
“The new Wally 145 is the perfect yacht to enjoy sailing round the world. She epitomizes our credo of uncompromised performance combined with timeless appeal and providing the owners with the pleasure of truly sailing in any wind condition, from the very light to the strong airs, in complete comfort.
Her sail area/displacement ratio is much higher than that of any other mega yacht of this category, resulting fast even in just 6 knots of wind. At the same time, in strong winds she is very stable and powerful thanks to the hull shape and to the lifting keel lowering the bulb down to over 7 meters.”
The interior styling carries the signature of Droulers Architects.
The guest accommodation is for up to six people in two cabins with twin beds and one pullman.
The salon is amidships over the engine room, seating 8-10 guests and incorporating the navigation station to the forward starboard side. The salon is directly connected to the two deck social cockpits turning the area in a huge living space.
The service and crew area is forward with the galley and crew mess and four crew double cabins with en-suites.