Wally’s Why200 Superyacht Has A Panoramic Master Suite In The Bow

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Wally has introduced their latest yacht. And while all their boats are stupendous, the WHY200 is quite unlike any luxury vessel we’ve seen before.

What sets the Wally WHY200 apart from other yachts is a unique wrap-around main deck that’s surrounded in glass, allowing for an unprecedented owner’s suite at the bow and making for some pretty spectacular views while onboard. The vessel boasts naval architecture from Laurent Giles and interior design by Vallicelli Design Studio, and it has been engineered in such a way to provide an astounding amount of space for its size — up to 50% more living space than traditional yachts of its length. The 27-meter-long yacht manages to pack in 200 sqm of indoor living space and an additional 144 sqm of exterior decks. Two concealed garages offer uncommon levels of storage, and fold-out wings provide even more space for the beach club area. And despite packing in all of this space, the Wally WHY200 doesn’t sacrifice its speed, making it the perfect sweet spot (sweet yacht?) between massive but slow full displacement yachts and fast but cramped planing yachts.

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