At the 2021 Cannes Yachting Festival Wally shows the new models and projects presented during the Ferretti Group press conference on the first day of the show. At the entrance to the show, visitors are greeted by the awe-inspiring spectacle of the 48 Wallytender. But that is just the start: exhibited on the water are the 43 Wallytender X and 48 Wallytender X. Topping the bill is the eagerly awaited WHY200 while the striking new 58 Wallypower and the sailing superyacht Wally110 projects were presented at the conference.

Sailing yachts 

Wally101



The fully custom Wally101 inspired by the Wallycento box-rule design. The outer carbon skin of the Wally101 hull has been completed and cured. Completion of the hull is scheduled for the end of October. At the same time, bulkheads, the keel trunk and other structures are under construction, and the engineering of the auxiliary systems is in progress. The rig engineering is due to be shipped at the end of 2022, with the new yacht on schedule for delivery in May 2023.


Wally110



The Wally110 is safe and comfortable, yet boasts a high performing pedigree. The raised saloon configuration and Terrace-on-the-sea concept maximise elegant living space, while the seductive lines signed by Judel/Crolijk & Co., will deliver fast, comfortable passages and a turn of speed around the buoys.

The larger Wally130 and Wally150 are being developed to complete the visionary brand’s range of new supersailers. Custom features and a range of keel and equipment choices will be available. But all the boats will share one thing: Wally’s mastery of the most advanced technologies in construction, engineering and systems put to the service of a new generation of supremely capable boats.

“Wally’s new sailing projects aim to reach new levels of cruising convenience, thanks to redesigned cockpit areas and interior. The 110 has great volumes thanks to a raised saloon, while the flush deck hides the cockpits that are recessed below the sheerline. These are three times bigger than traditional ones and also safer, due to their depth. The larger 130 and 150 boast extra features, such as the comfort of a sleek deckhouse, a private owner’s cockpit aft and ample tender storage,” says Luca Bassani, Wally Founder and Chief Designer.

Power yachts 

Wally WHY200


Wally’s first full-wide-body model, the 200 GT yacht offers far larger volumes compared to traditional motorboats, plus a living space and stability that are definitely the greatest of the market segment. It essentially provides all the advantages of a catamaran but has none of its limitations. The motor yacht combines the comfort and space of a much larger displacement yacht with the speed and performance of a semi-displacement boat. 



Measuring less than 24m loadline, the yacht is rewriting the rules to make volume the most important gauge of a yacht. The project was developed by Wally’ s design team headed by Luca Bassani and the Ferretti Group Engineering Department, who worked with Laurent Giles NA Ltd for the naval architecture and Studio A. Vallicelli & Co for interior design. For the first time we shared her life images. 

58 Wallypower



The new project was presented during the Ferretti Group press conference. This groundbreaking addition to the Wallypower line marks the start of the revamping of the iconic Wally range and will have its world debut at the Boot Düsseldorf show in January 2022. As on the 118 Wallypower, the 58 Wallypower features pure lines dominated by the double chines in the hull and the air intakes. The yacht’s interior is bathed in natural light from overhead, meaning there is no need for traditional openings to port or starboard. The superstructure of the 58 Wallypower displays typical Wally DNA with its pillarless curved glass, broad side decks, and ample guest areas that are open to the surroundings but protected from the sun, wind and water. We will cover this project later on. 

“We at Wally are delighted to be able to present details of our new sailing range. Beautiful, innovative design is in our DNA, and all four boats presented at the Cannes Yachting Festival prove it once again. Under Ferretti Group, Wally is redoubling its efforts and focusing also on the sailing side, and the exquisite results of this will soon be cruising the world’s oceans and winning races,” says Stefano de Vivo, Wally Managing Director.

Wally is part of Ferretti Group. It was founded in 1994 in Monaco by Luca Bassani and is the only yachting brand to be a two-time winner of the ADI Compasso d’Oro, the world’s most important award for quality and design. 

Credits: Wally 

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