View Full Version : the rollers are in town-SF bay

02-11-2015, 09:36 PM
these dudes are moored in Sausalito this last few days.
the Wally 118 is rather unique...


HB Vic
02-11-2015, 09:50 PM
That's no joke. Any idea who the owners are?

02-12-2015, 06:21 AM
That thing looks stealthish

02-13-2015, 05:52 PM
I am digging the intakes.


Info on this bad-boy from TG


The hull of the Wally 118 WallyPower is the result of an extensive R&D program including tank testing at the SSPA facility in Gothenburg, Sweden, and smoke testing in the Ferrari Wind Tunnel Facility in Maranello, Italy. It is stable at speed as a result of the deep V (22 degrees) hull shape and a straight stem bow designed to pierce waves
The air inlets of the gas turbines were optimised to minimise any turbulence and back flow of the exhaust gas on deck and living areas. The bottom of the hull is solid fibreglass. Topsides, from the waterline up, are hybrid fibreglass/carbon composite with balsa core. The deck of the Wally 118 WallyPower is a Nomex/full carbon composite. The deck superstructure is made of a carbon frame to which glass panels are glued. The glass is composed of Lexan and a triple laminate of glass. The interior bulkheads and cabin soles carry no structural loads, so they are made of thin wood and laminate veneer skins with cores. The bath fixtures and dining tables are made from carbon composites to reduce weight.
The paint finish is metallic dark green, and changes reflections and colour depending on the light and landscape. The Wally 118 WallyPower‘s deck, cockpit, navigation, dining and saloon areas have been designed as one continuous element. The open space incorporates three areas, from stern to bow: the saloon, the dining/seating area, and the navigation cockpit. There is a 360-degree view from the dining area. Underneath the 8-place dining table is a skylight which illuminates the lower corridor. The dining and lounge cockpit is forward of the superstructure for privacy, and away from the heat of engines. Two fore dining tables can be mechanically lowered into place in the bow. The deck of the Wally 118 has a hidden crane and compartment for a tender. The Wally 118 WallyPower also features 6 plasma screen TVs.
Technical specifications

The price of the Wally 118 WallyPower is US$33 million for the triple gas turbine version, or $22 million for twin diesels. It has a range of 1,500 nautical miles (2,800 km) at 9 knots (17 km/h), or 300 nautical miles (560 km) at 60 knots (110 km/h). Fuel capacity is 22,000 liters (5800 US gallons). At the maximum speed of 60 knots (110 km/h) the gas turbine uses 15 US gallons / 58 liters of fuel per nautical mile, 900 gallons / 3500 liters per hour. The boat displaces only 95 tons because of the sophisticated building technology that uses a hybrid structure to save weight, and can accommodate six guests and six crew"


02-13-2015, 09:47 PM

That's no joke. Any idea who the owners are?

word on the water is both the 118' wally and the 235 Alstrom may be owned by French/Saudi Arabian billionaire Mansour Ojjeh, who runs the multi-faceted TAG (techniques d'Avant-Garde) corporation,
also owns 30% of the McLaren Formula One team.



02-13-2015, 10:15 PM
I want to be that persons friend! Bad ass boats!

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