Wallywhy150 makes its international debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival

Wallywhy150 makes its international debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival

Following the debut of the Wallywhy200 in 2021, the Wallywhy150 is now on display. Stefano de Vivo, Managing Director at Wally says that “What we’re doing is offering those same features of the bigger vessel but in a smaller package, with design decisions that have created a unique and ultimately highly livable 23.99-meter motor yacht with unparalleled interior and exterior spaces, and a layout that will be envied by everyone who sees her.”

In order to understand the Wallywhy150, it's essential to understand the key design elements that draw inspiration from its predecessor, the Wallywhy200. These elements are integral to the essence of the Wallywhy150.

First and foremost, there's the master cabin, strategically positioned in the elevated bow area at the main deck level. This design choice not only offers a sense of grandeur but also provides an unobstructed 270-degree panoramic view, allowing passengers to immerse themselves in the beauty of their surroundings.

Another striking similarity is the commitment to one-level living, a concept borrowed from the Wallywhy200. The Wallywhy150 boasts an extraordinary split-level saloon-cum-dining area that seamlessly connects to the aft beach. This creates a spacious and inviting interior, characterized by the expert touch of Studio Vallicelli Design.

Moving to the upper deck, you'll find an expansive open-air saloon that runs nearly the entire length of the yacht. This multifunctional space serves as a sunbathing area, a relaxation zone, and an entertainment hub all in one. What sets it apart is the distinctive angular hardtop, a trademark feature that not only provides shade but also ensures weather protection. This architectural marvel seamlessly extends from the sleek glass-raised pilothouse.

To see more you can visit The Wallywhy150 in Cannes Yachting Festival.


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