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Minimalism at it's best, only in the Wally 130'

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When gazing the shiny silhouette of the Wally 130 – the new member of the shipyard family, built in Fano, Italy – we feel as if we were admiring a breaking glacier, a miracle of nature coming to life just to glorify men. With her accurate shapes designed by Javier Soto Acebal, an Argentine engineer specialized in racing yachts, and her interior decoration by Foster & Partners, this new sea animal has become the maximum expression of contemporary naval architecture.

Embracing minimalism, this sparkling sculpture, with her high gunwales open to the sky, shows the purity of her hull lines as a principle of clarity. Thus, in the eyes of any skeptic, this ship offers a cleared and continuous deck similar to that of the Wally 143 (under construction). The deck is opened as a dance floor where owners and guests will enjoy the infinite space, indulging their every whim.

At the zenith of this minimalist design, in the stern, is the classic and highly praised terrace overlooking the sea. The main sail, elevated as a banner and waving in the wind towards success, is attached to the deck at a unique spot near the crystal-clear door of such a glorious terrace.

In the interior, the loft-like layout confirms the simplicity of her design. As an extension of the exterior, below the deck, a stern space opens to the terrace, skillfully integrating the living-room and the night lounge. Then, from bow to stern, there are three double cabins for the crew, three guest cabins (two double and one single), the owner’s stateroom, and the gleaming main salon.