wally 118 power yacht wally 118 power yacht
aug 24, 2009

wally 118 power yacht

the 118 wallypower yacht is a sleek design merging high technology and tradition made by the monaco based boat maker wally. the boat has a vertical bow and aerodynamic styling that is almost military like. the sides of the boat are characterized by large faceted air intakes that give the boat its unique profile. on board the boat is capable of traversing rough waters at up to 60 knots with luxury comfort that rivals the most high end yachts. the bow and stern both feature wooden decks. under the hood the boat has three gas turbine engines providing 16,800 horse power. there is seating and dining space at the front and back and a covered cockpit also features a conference table, lounge and access to below the deck. there are a total of five cabins, accommodating 6 guests and six crew members. if you are thinking of spending the last few weeks of summer on the 118 wallypower yacht you might want to start saving now since the boat sells for 24.83 million USD.

http://www.wally.com

  • I guess the only people buying boats right now are the villains from 80’s movies.

    therris says:
  • Looks just like the boat the guy drew in the movie The Island.

    Scott says:
  • dam…thats gangsta.

    gamePlaya says:
  • It is the one in the movie….

    Boatman says:
  • ugly

    . says:
  • this is one of the coolest boats ever!

    yet, I still prefer those vintage-wood ones from the 60s, like the ones found here > https://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/8/view/6570/riva-boats-designboom-visits-the-luxury-boat-manufacturer.html

    modular says:
  • I have to say that 118 Wally Power could be an object of my desire.

    Luca says:
  • it seems that clients give more emphasis to the exteriors

    pm says:
  • This looks like a German design … kinda like a James Bond boat, would probably not please old time [url=http://hintcafe.com/find-singles/sailing]sailors[/url]. It looks powerful but the design is missing the nice touch of art.

    Ryan says:
  • i like the sea…
    nice water. Is it salty???

    Fabrizio says:
  • it doesnt just look like the boat from the island it actually is

    arnulfo says:
  • Why all of a sudden are we suppose to care about yachts? Yuck!

    chuckles says:
  • really orrible, for an ignorant elite!

    federico says:
  • Really nice design, sleek, minimal ! I love it !

    zetofrais92 says:
  • I would sacrifice my left nutt to have this boat of pure jizz, a boat made to pick up lowies to smash on the bowe of the boat so every one can see, every one would be so cut watching me piledrive these fine babes with only one nut

    The Hero With A Cape says:
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    LILY says:
  • I also saw something like this at nyxpoweryachts.com

    arjan says:
  • It look more like of a german torpedo boat ot ww2, with a lot of goodies.

    swylli says:

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