55 Power

    Wally continues to break design parameters with its 55 Power, launched in September 2009. It follows a similar design of the Wally 118, with its minimalist styling. The gargantuan cockpit can be divided into three sections, one for the driver, another social area and the huge rear area for water sports. The interior is an improvement over previous Wally designs, offering the space of larger motoryachts. Love them or hate them, you have to admire the design elements of the Wally series. The 55 is another breakthrough for the Monaco-based company known for cutting-edge designs.

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