Wally 110 Barong D 35.5-metre superyacht launches
The Wally 110 Barong D has been launched during a private ceremony hosted by its owners and including the team involved in the design and construction of the 33.5-metre superyacht.
This yacht is the third delivery to a repeat client and experience yachtsman who had replaced his Wally 94 Barong C, which in turn in 2005 substituted his first Wally, the 80-footer Barong B of 2000.
Frers naval architecture created the latest generation high-performance vessel characterised by the wide hull.
Luca Bassani, president and chief executive of Wally, said: “Wally employed all its advanced know-how to produce a fully equipped cruising super yacht displacing only 65 tons: two tons lighter than predicted, and approximately 35% less than the other yachts in this size range. We succeeded in delivering a truly exceptional performance cruiser that accommodates in full comfort the owners who spend several months of the year on-board.”
The interior has been built in blocks to achieve the maximum quality while reducing the weight.
The yacht features a high modulus carbon mast and furling boom, carbon rigging, titanium deck hardware and fittings, resin and vacuum bonding of the teak wood to the deck.
The interior layout reflects the owners’ extensive cruising requirements, featuring the forward owner’s suite with two large separate beds to favour the comfort under sail, a double guest cabins on each side, and a spacious main saloon amidships.
The crew and service area with galley, crew mess, two double cabins, and the engine room is aft to provide max privacy and all cabins have en suites. The vessel can accommodate six guests and four members of crew.