Wally Yachts

Established with a focus on designing and building some of the world’s most innovative and performance-driven luxury sailing and power yachts, Wally has redefined Italian superyacht style. Based in Monaco, the company’s line ranges from the Nano 11-meter daysailer and racer to sailing and power yachts up to 60 meters long.

History of Wally Yachts

Wally was founded in 1994 by Italian businessman Luca Bassani, a lifelong sailor who entered the custom yacht-building field in 1991 by designing a yacht for his family. Wally initially specialised in sailboat design, however, over the years the company extended its reach by designing state-of-the-art power yachts. Wally is recognised worldwide for its innovative design and state-of-the-art carbon fibre construction techniques.

Notable Wally Yachts

Among its many world-renowned projects is the 118 WallyPower, a sleek and futuristic looking superyacht featured in the film The Island, starring Scarlett Johansson and Ewan McGregor. Another notable 118 WallyPower is Galeocerdo, built by Wally in Italy in 2003. Among its many awards, the 118 WallyPower has won the Millennium Yacht Design Award in the Layout of the Third Millennium” category. It also was the only yacht featured at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art architecture and design exhibition in 2004/05.

In 2012, Wally launched the 50.50-metre sailing superyacht Better Place. The worlds’ largest sloop build from carbon fibre composite, she was designed by Tripp Design with an interior by Wetzels Brown Partners.

Specialisation

Wally’s innovative designs undergo a stringent and thought-out process from drawing board to CAD review to detailed construction. Over the past two decades, the company has been a pioneer in carbon fibre construction, having also introduced numerous innovations to the process.

YACHTS BY Wally

GENIE OF THE LAMP

24.38 m  1995

J ONE

24.24 m  1997

NAHITA

24 m  2009

TONEMAI

24 m  2004

TILAKKHANA

24 m  2004

RYOKAN 2

24 m  2006

K2 WIND

24 m  2000

AORI

24 m  2004

TANGO G

24 m  2006