The 48 Wallytender makes its mark with 3 new sales prior to its world debut at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival

Following a period of strategic partnership, the iconic Wally brand is now fully owned by Ferretti Group. The acquisition has already resulted in sales with 3 confirmed orders for the new 48 Wallytender before the first unit touches the water. The first units were sold in Europe and USA, reflecting Wally’s global appeal. Currently in build at the Ferretti Group production site in Forlì, the third and fourth units will make their international debut at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival, 10-15 September. One has a Gunmetal grey paint finish and will be exhibited in the water; the other, with custom Sahara sand livery, will be on land.
“These sales confirm the vision of Ferretti Group in acquiring one of the world’s most renowned and innovative yacht brands,” says Stefano de Vivo, CCO of Ferretti Group and Managing Director of Wally. “In terms of research and development, engineering and production, Ferretti Group is in a position to develop Wally’s unique potential even further.”

On deck, the layout has been designed to let family and friends relax in convivial comfort with generous seating and sunbeds, and alfresco dining thanks to the well-equipped galley unit.
To fully enjoy the on-the-water experience both at anchor and underway, the aft seating can be configured to face either forward or the dining table.

A special anchoring system is hidden behind a flush-fitting hatch in the bow and can be operated at the touch of a button from the helm station. The wraparound fender is a trademark feature of Wallytenders and provides a practical docking solution instead of bulky fenders.

The standard propulsion package comprises the twin Volvo IPS 650 engines (totalling 960hp) for a top speed of 38 knots and is equipped with user-friendly joystick controls for easy docking.

Last but not least, the 48 Wallytender is a great family boat and child-friendly with a single-level teak deck as standard and deep bulwarks, so that you always feel “in” rather than “on” the boat.