The public days presented the project of a new, 24-meter Wally Shadow. The appearance of this model marks the entry of the Wally into the displacement yacht market.
This project looks unusual both externally and in terms of layout. Here all guest cabins are placed at the rear of the yacht. In the centre there is a hangar for the boat and the crew quarters in the front. The entire superstructure and the rectangular flybridge are dedicated to entertainment and sunbathing.
The hull is conceived in carbon, which will allow the use of two very economical 275 hp Caterpillars. The Wally Shadow will have a displacement of 85 tons. Maximum speed up to 12 knots with a range of up to 3200 miles. Gyroscopic devices to reduce rocking inside the yacht are included as standard.