GALMA Wally Yachts | From EUR€ 105,000/wk

Sailing yacht is GALMA a 29-meter (94-foot) Wally sloop designed by German ...
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GALMA Wally Yachts | From EUR€ 105,000 /wk

Sailing yacht is GALMA a 29-meter (94-foot) Wally sloop designed by German Frers uniquely combining the performance of a maxi racer with the characteristics of an ocean cruiser as requested by the owner who is an experienced yachtsman.

The construction technology of the Wally 94.2 uses carbon pre-preg, Nomex core above the waterline and high density PVC core below the waterline, with structural reinforcements for the chainplates, keel attachment area and steering gear, following the owner’s brief to have a family yacht that can be easily and safely sailed also in a Force 10 in the North Atlantic.

The displacement of yacht GALMA (ex KIM, Angel’s Share, Y3K) is 42.5 tons (93,696 lbs) obtained through a weight saving of many components of the yacht, such as the high modulus carbon spars, interior joinery, structural and non-structural bulkheads.

yacht KIM performs all-round and easily reaches 15 knots in 10 ten knots of true wind speed.

Sailing yacht KIM features the genoa furler for the cruising mode, and titanium stanchions and lifeline to reduce the displacement.

The deck of yacht KIM (ex Angel’s Share, Y3K) includes two social cockpits: the central one with dining table and the aft one, the “Terrace on the sea”. In between there are the twin helm and navigation stations.
The sleek profile of the Wally 94.2: the slim coach roof perfectly integrated in the hull and deck lines.
The aft cockpit “Terrace on the sea” of yacht KIM is raised in order to have the tender garage underneath.

The aft cockpit “Terrace on the sea” features a large sunbathing pad.

Below deck, yacht KIM is warm and cosy. The interior design combines carbon fiber, cherry wood with the grain running horizontally, white lacquered ceilings and sides, beige upholstery and beige carpets in the cabins.

The salon features the dining table to portside, the sofa with coffee table to starboard, the navigation station right off the companionway to starboard and the galley to port.

The entertainment systems onboard yacht KIM includes a 30” plasma screen in the salon.

GALMA Specifications

Type/Year:Wally Yachts/2003 
Refit:2010 
Beam:6.4m (21ft) 
L.O.A.:28.55 / 93.67ft 
Crew:3 
Guests:6 
Max Speed: 
Cabins:3 
Engines: 
Cruise Speed: 

The two guest cabins are forward the salon.

The owner’s stateroom is aft and features two separate queen size beds.
The galley of yacht GALMA is spacious and rational, and it is equipped for professional cooking.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

She accommodates 6 guests in 3 cabins

Charter Amenities and Extras

We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 28.55 / 93.67ft yacht GALMA, so please enquire for more information.

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EUR€ 105,000/wk

“You look around the market today and I would say that 95 per cent of yachts from 40 to 140 feet have copied Genie of the Lamp. That kind of layout, that kind of style and deck, it’s clear. I don’t think it’s too much to say that Genie has influenced the last 20 years.” - "Today, everyone has ‘invented’ the vertical bow. We didn’t invent it, it was invented in the 19th century, even before that, but when we introduced it in 2003, everyone was against it. Even the naval architects, they were saying, ‘no, this boat will have big problems’. And now everyone understands that there are a lot of advantages in having a vertical bow. And everyone is claiming they invented it!” - Luca Bassani, founder and president of Wally

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