The Wally 110 Barong D will be put through its paces before the sailing yacht is delivered to its new owner at the end of May.
The 110 foot Barong D is the third Wally commissioned by this particular unnamed owner.
The sailing yacht was launched at a private ceremony in Marina di Ravenna, Italy, in April and is now undergoing sea trials. It will be delivered to the owner at the end of the month.
The vessel has been designed by Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering, and showcases the latest technology.
See pictures of the new Wally 110 Barong D below
President and chief executive officer of Wally, Luca Bassani said: “Wally employed all its advanced know-how to produce a fully equipped cruising super yacht displacing only 65 tons: two tons lighter than predicted, and approximately 35% less than the other yachts in this size range.”
The latest pre-preg carbon technology was used in the construction of the yacht, which has an advanced electrical system with lightweight switchboards and cables.
It also boasts a flush-deck, sail handling system with the self-tacking jib and push-button sail trimming via the hydraulic rams. The yacht also comes with a submarine anchor.
On deck, the new Wally 110 features a slim, teak coach roof, twin helm stations and an aft sun bathing area. The outside colour scheme is an elegant combination of a majestic blue of the hull with blonde teak and beige upholstery.
Tailored to meet the client’s specifications, the forward owner’s suite features two large separate beds to provide additional comfort under sail.
There is a double guest cabins on each side, and a spacious main saloon.
The crew and service area, with galley, crew mess, two double cabins, and the engine room, is aft to provide max privacy.
All cabins have en-suites.
The interior styling combines “pickled oak” coloured joinery with dark blue upholstery.