TANGO G Wally 80 by Wally Yachts
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S/Y TANGO G (ex TANGO) is a Wally 80 24m (78' 8") composite sailing yacht as launched in 2006 and designed by the famous yacht designer Bruce Farr. She offers head turning styling, fantastic sailing performance and all the creature comforts necessary to accommodate her guests in luxury.
The following information was compiled by Wally Yachts:
“Tango G is the flush deck, three-cabin version of the Wally80 design. The sail plan features the 3DL self-tacking jib to simplify handling for the family.
Tango G features only four winches, mounted aft the social cockpit, and dedicated to the halyards, the gennaker sheets and back up for the main sail and jib sheets. The lines of Farr Yacht Design offer big volumes without compromising performance: the large beam provides for wide social areas on deck enhancing cruising comforts. The uncluttered deck is a continuous vast teak plane, covering up also the coach roof. The hi-modulus carbon rig of the Wally 80 includes the Fifth Avenue boom and the swept back spreader mast.
The slim deckhouse is camouflaged leaving the profile of the yacht clean and neat, without sacrificing functionality. Tango G is wider at the waterline than the most of the existing 80-footers; this provides for more volume inside and a generally better stability, which makes her a very easy and friendly boat to sail for a limited crew in any weather condition.
The slim deck house of Tango G is characterised by the wide central skylight enhancing the Wally inside-outside living concept. The skylight extends from the companionway forward to the mast foot, giving plenty of natural light to the main saloon and corridor.
Tango G’s deck layout features three different social areas: the deckhouse that can be covered by cushions and converted into a large living space, like a second cockpit, the central social cockpit, and the aft sunbathing area. In this way, the whole deck is used for enjoying the open air.
The social cockpit of the Wally 80 has the size of a traditional 100-footer cockpit, thanks to the large volumes of this design: it features two folding tables that comfortably seat up to ten people when open.
The functional design of the cockpit tables perfectly integrates with the style of the yacht: the brushed aluminium structure includes a lengthwise handrail to enhance safety and practicality.
The tables are very light and secured to the deck by screws: they can be easily removed for the racing configuration.
The Wally design push button console of the helm station enables the helmsman to trim the sail. The technological coamings host the main jib Magic Trim hydraulic ram, and the blocks for halyards and sheets, that can be easily accessed by lifting up the combing, in the style of car booth.
The companionway gives access down below to the main salon. The titanium frame of the companionway functionally extends in the ceiling to serve as handrails. The carbon fiber companionway lifts up giving access to the engine room.
The salon of Tango G is flooded with natural light coming from the wide skylight. The salon features the two cherry wood ribbons running on the ceiling and bulkheads, creating two tables that extend to 2.5 meters (8’ 2”).
With the four folding chairs on place, the dining configuration provides for 10 comfortable places. Both tables include the technological accessories such as TV, lights, CD, DVD, navigation instruments.
As a result, the port side table when closed serves as the navigation desk with the instruments included in the aft bulkhead “ribbon”, while the starboard one serves as sofa table featuring the 20” LCD screen in the aft bulkhead “ribbon”.
The versatility of the salon characterises the interior design of the Wally 80. This system provides the opportunity to modify the layout according to various situations and requirements. The area features two symmetric arrangements and is either a large living space or a large dining area, or half and half as in a traditional layout.
TANGO G Specifications
|Type/Year:||Wally 80 by Wally Yachts/2006|
|Beam:||5.96m (19' 6")|
|L.O.A.:||23.99m (78' 8")|
|Max Speed:||0 knots|
|Engines:||Yanmar 190 hp / Onan 17.5|
|Cruise Speed:||10 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||Racing Yacht Charters, Virtual reality video|
|Builder/Designer:||Wally Yachts, Bruce Farr|
|Locations:||Australia, The French West Indies, Aegean Islands, South of France, ASIA, Chile, Bocas del Toro Islands , Greenland|
The forward owner’s stateroom is bright and airy and features a full beam king size bed. The large volumes of the hull design provide for the two identical guest cabins with double berths, no bunks.
The galley is to the starboard side aft the salon, and is equipped with the electrical stove on gimbals, two fridges and two freezers.”
Sail yacht TANGO G offers comfortable accomodation in one owner cabin with full beam king size bed and two identical twin cabins
Amenities and Extras
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“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