Better Place a Wally 164 Superyacht
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Better Place Specifications
|Type/Year:||a Wally 164 Superyacht/2012|
|Max Speed:||14 knots|
|Engines:||1x380 HP Cummins diesel|
|Builder/Designer:||Wetzels Brown & Partners , Wally Yachts, Tripp Design|
49,9m (164´) sailing yacht Better Place is a wonderful Wally 164 vessel, launched in 2012 by the renowned Italian builder, Wally Yachts. With naval architecture by the Wally´s in-house team and sophisticated exterior by renowned Tripp Design Naval Architects, the Better Place superyacht boasts an impressive 67.5m carbon mast by Hall Spars. Her lovely interior design is by Wetzels Brown Partners.
Wally 164 superyacht Better Place easily sleeps a total number of 10 guests and a crew of 9 professionals.
Built in composite, the 49.9m luxury yacht Better Place reaches a top speed of 14 knots, thanks to her single 380 HP Cummins diesel engine. Her beam is of 10.25m (33´63´´), while her maximum draft is of 6.2m (20´34´´).
Wally 164 luxury yacht Better Place can comfortably accommodate 10 guests and an impeccable crew of 9.
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