YCO have announced Wally B has had a significant 2.4 million euro price reduction and is available for viewings in La Ciotat. Due to new projects on the horizon the owner of Wally B would like to see her sold to a new owner ready for the summer season. A highly successful charter yacht, Wally B is as famous for her sleek lines as for its unique interiors. Her spacious and modern open layout below deck along with its unique deck lounge above are incredibly popular with guests and with this 40% price reduction Wally B is now a unique opportunity.
The spacious and uncluttered deck of Wally B provides plenty of opportunities for relaxing and entertaining. The large cockpit area offers a unique lounge layout where guests can enjoy dinner or unwind over evening cocktails. This area is recessed and free of moving lines making it very safe for guests, particularly children; it also features a unique mechanised, retractable Bimini providing shelter from any type of weather. The clear layout ensures plenty of room for further crew and guests when undertaking more serious sailing.
Below deck Wally B offers a large open plan loft style interior in a timeless and iconic design, whilst the integrated hull structure creates the spacious feeling normally associated with a much larger yacht. The convertible seating area and movable tables provide the flexibility to create any combination of dining, entertaining and relaxing options for up to 14 guests. A combination of furnishings in carbon fibre, stainless steel, cherry wood panelling and white furnishings creates a modern yet warm and relaxing place to unwind.
The spacious owner’s cabin lies forward and includes a queen size bed and plenty of storage in the form of leather cases mounted on steel frames. Only separated by a glass partition, the ensuite is an integral part of the cabin and features a Japanese style bath.
Two double guest cabins with their own ensuites lie aft of the Owner’s cabin and also provide spacious and stylish accommodation. The crew area is completely separate from the guest area and lies in the aft of the boat, separated by the uniquely aesthetic engine room.