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Superyacht Design Symposium: 6 things we learned from Luca Bassani's keynote speech

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The Wally philosophy

Day two of the 2017 Superyacht Design Symposium saw Luca Bassani, founder and president of Wally, deliver the keynote speech in conversation with Sacha Bonsor, editor-in-chief of Boat International — here's what we learned.

It has been well documented that Bassani founded his own company as he couldn't find the boat of his dreams. He expanded on this saying, "What I was looking for was simplicity and maximum sophistication. In my mind at the time, boats were too complicated, not comfortable at all, just designed and conceived to go through the oceans and the worst storms that usually you don’t want to find if you are sailing."

Photo: Gilles Martin Raget

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