48 Wallytender Yacht

Jan 31, 2019

Category: Rides

Italian yacht-maker Wally and multinational ship-building company Ferretti Group have teamed up for the first time ever to build a striking, unconventional boat. The 48 Wallytender Yacht is a high-tech re-styled version of the original Wallytender design that’s a perfect weekend day-cruiser.

The 48-foot yacht has a max speed of 38 knots and retains the original’s iconic angular silhouette, but has a more spacious, comfy interior. There’s plenty to love aboard the 48 Wallytender, including an on-deck gallery unit, a retractable bridge that doubles as a five-step swim ladder, a button-operated anchor system, and an optional gyroscopic stabilizer. The boat also has plenty of sunbeds that can be shielded by an awning and foldable wall sections that increase the size of the swim platform. Beneath the deck, you’ll find a galley and a stand-up shower for your convenience. Contact Wally directly for pricing information.

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