The Wally One - the "ultimate day boat" with two in-board Yanmar engines delivering over 630 HP and a sleek design to get you from one adventure to the next. Throttle-down on the iconic Wally Tender. Max speed with petrol power is 42 knots.
The fast cruising sloop known as Wally Love - I'm digging the heart designs on the kite.
The Wally 50 with two teak decks and down below, a forward cabin for overnights.
The sporty bow of the Wally 55. This better be first in line for the next Bond boat.
Up close and personal: the sexy teak deck on the Wally 55.
Daybeds on the deck of the Wally 55. The perfect place to reward yourself from a salty swim with a glass of champagne and oysters for days.
The interior of the Wally 55 offers two or three cabins down below. A perfect retreat to rest with a sun-kissed lover.
Meet the Wally Magic Carpet built in 2013. Just over 98 feet, she can reach 25 knots downwind and can plane and surf to your heart's content.
The Wally Inti working her way through some steady breeze.
Inside the sleek cabin of a Wally 73, an exceptional specimen that can accommodate up to eight guests and two crew.
The swim platform off of a Wally 73 can entice any sea faring guest to an enjoyable swim.
The Wally 73 stretching her legs.
Hang up those caftans and bask in the sun on the main deck of the Wally 73.
Lucas Bassani (pictured just above), the visionary founder of the yacht company Wally, has been easily regarded as an international legend since putting his boyhood dreams to reality in Monte Carlo in 1994. The one-time start-up has morphed into an award-winning dynamic company with naval architects, engineers and technicians working in shipyards throughout Italy, and an impressive list of clients and worldly tycoons who demand his futuristic, sophisticated designs.
Bassani, an electronics heir, always had an adoration for architecture (with no formal training) and growing up, a passion for competitive sailing. He won a number of regattas in the Mediterranean and beyond, and slowly, dreamed about building his own boat that would suite his lifestyle. Thus, the Wally brand emerged with the 83-foot sloop known as the "Wallygator" a hardcore yet inviting racing vessel no one had ever seen before. Today, the Wally brand has expanded from Wally Sail to Wally Power, and now, a side business of carbon fiber skis. (Perhaps the ski venture is a tad self-serving as he spends a fair bit of time at his ski chalet in the Alpine village of St. Moritz, Switzerland).
Every morsel of Bassani's designs are sculptures of passion and overt innovation while introducing tangible fantasies of life at sea and beyond.