Fifth Wallyace 27 yacht launched and named Private GG
by Chris Jefferies
Managing director Linda Pinto explained: “The client asked for a light and bright design where the magic words are personalisation, sobriety, purity of the lines with accents on the details to create a chic, sporty and relaxed atmosphere.”
Key modifications made to meet the brief included shifting the superyacht staircase to starboard in order to free up more space in the main loft-style living area, which was finished in an ivory-style fabric.
White satin lacquer and grey bleached oak contribute to an atmosphere of purity and elegance on board Private GG. For added interest, the studio used red lacquer accents inside the cabinets and chrome details throughout the boat. The superyacht wheelhouse provides a strong contrast to the rest of the interior, with Makassar ebony and dark brown leather.
“With Private GG we have upgraded the 27 Wallyace, introducing larger unobstructed windows of the superstructure to enhance the inside-outside living experience,” adds Wally founder Luca Bassani.
Accommodation is for up to seven guests split between three cabins, including a full-beam owner’s suite situated aft with a private terrace. A double cabin and a twin cabin with a Pullman berth complete the guest accommodation, while the crew quarters is suitable for a staff of up to four people.
Power comes from a pair of 345hp Caterpillar C12 engines for a cruising speed of 12 knots. When trimmed back to her economic speed of nine knots, Private GG boasts a range of 3,800 miles, drawing on a total fuel capacity of 15,000 litres.
Other key features include a five-metre tender garage, while a gyroscopic stabilisation system from Seakeeper will ensure a smooth cruising experience. Private GG will now be prepared for delivery to her owner, who has extensive Mediterranean cruising plans.