the wally ‘angel’s share’ superyacht is a majestic creation by monaco-based shipyard wally yachts. this dark blue 40 meter long sailboat illustrates the synergy between naval designers and architects when the budget is of no concern. 

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wally designed the ‘angel’s share’ on the premise to make a huge sailboat, capable of winning a race against any racing yacht, with navigation as nimble as a light sailing boat . after sketching 12 different hulls and holding countless hydrodynamic tests, the naval architect created a sloop from carbon fiber, plus a 60 meter-tall mast with a sail surface of 727 square meters, and a final displacement of 84 tons. 

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the minimalist deck deserves special attention, conceived as clear, open space, without obstacles for people to choose where they prefer to relax on board. when thowing parties for the passengers, the table and futuristic banquette form a luxurious sunbathing area. located next to this are two steering wheels, where the whole boat can be controlled.

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inside the ‘angel’s share’ there is space for twelve rooms–the captain’s cabin, two double cabins for the crew, a kitchen, a dining room for the crew, two engine rooms, two double cabins for guests and one single, plus not forgetting the shipowner’s cabin, and the main hall. up to eight people can stay on board, with five or six crew members ready to meet the shipowner’s family, and their guests with any request.

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angels share superyacht designboom

angels share superyacht designboom

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  • The interior was designed by Eidsgaard Design, not Wally.

    Richard says:

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