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Wally // 47

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Are those bloodstains on the stern .... ?  

I *really* miss James Gandolfini.

Silly Geege, that's not a Sopranos boat. It's a custom-built yacht:

The Wally//47 is a spacious sports cruiser that blends practicality with indulgence. Controlled by a simple joystick for ease of docking at low speed, or the more conventional wheel for handling at speeds of over 35 knots, the Wally//47 cuts through the sea with ease. Teak decks and carbon fibre components combine to create a chic design true to Wally’s values of simplicity and performance. The interior of the Wally//47 can be specified either as a two-berth cruiser or as a large lounge and galley area for those looking for an amazingly spacious day boat.

*blink* *blink*

I should buy a boat.

It's a BEAUTIFUL blood-stained yacht.  

(Teak .... mmmmm ..... me like)

Heh heh. No really, there's no blood, and frankly Tony Soprano could not afford this yacht.

Italian bloodline!

"Yachts are getting boring.

While they are opulent, luxurious, and relaxing, radical innovation seems to have passed the industry by in some respects.

But one boatyard in the south of France is looking to change all of that. Called Wally, the company is the vision of Luca Bassani Antivari, an Italian who became dissatisfied with yachts that he could buy from shipyards.

In 1989, he built a yacht to his own exacting specifications and in 1994, Wally was born.

The company started off with sailing yachts but has now expanded to build some of the most incredible ships anywhere on the water. And the concepts they have in the pipeline should make yacht builders reconsider the status quo once again."

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Something that will require a crew is the Wally//WHY. In a partnership with Hermes, Wally has devised this radical mega yacht concept.

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