Love for Sail

Famous for their racing prowess and cutting-edge styling, Wally recently launched the Tango, an interpretation of their Wally 80 lineage.

Famous for their racing prowess and cutting-edge styling, Wally recently launched the Tango, an interpretation of their Wally 80 lineage.

Utilizing a slim deckhouse, the yacht, like most Wally designs, is sharp with a crisp efficiency that borders science fiction.

The first Wally 80 to feature the flush deck and fixed keel combination, its teak deck, black sails, mast, and hull look absolutely amazing. Atop the deckhouse, a unique, massive skylight, featuring three rows of glass, ensures excellent interior illumination and lends to a very open, airy quality inside, eliminating the claustrophobic nature characteristic of some boats. Interior panels of cherry wood and carbon fiber blend with occasional stark whites and brilliant reds to create an elegantly aggressive and clean aura resonating the exterior styling. The effect successfully illustrates the inside/outside motif so many designers strive to achieve.

The extra wide beam employed by Wally lends Tango exceptional stability and superior interior and deck spaces. While this allows owners to sail and entertain more comfortably, it also permits a higher degree of flexibility in construction. Tango sleeps seven and offers three complete restrooms, a full galley and a social saloon which transforms into a multitude of spaces from dining to discussion to navigation, to virtually anything the owner needs.


For more information, visit wally.com.
 

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