When being adrift isn't a bad thing...
A famous French shipbuilder and one of Monaco's ship companies joined hands together to build this yacht with enormous dimensions: 58meter long and 38 meter wide. These are the first pictures of this project.
The yacht, an area of 3400 m2 with seating for 12 passengers and 20 crew.
Wally Hermès uses green energy and saves 20 to 30% in fuel and saves an additional 40 to 50% on electricity consumption with solar power. The panels are 900 square meters in size when fully open and produce 500 kW each day.
It boasts three decks, a 25 meter pool, a spa, helicopter pad, sauna, gym and massage room, music room, a dining room, a cinema, sun decks, suites, terraces, and a lounge area. bibi . The decks are connected by stairs but there is also an elevator.
The suite of the owner is simple, yet spacious. Note the large bathroom complete with soaker-style spa tub in the background.
With an area of 200 square meters, the third deck is a private one. (This shot is off the master bedroom) The sea view is great and there is a private terrace 25 meters long.
The yacht has the shape of a horseshoe and has a detracting roof making everything a sea of light on the clear days.
On the lower deck are the common premises, such as lounge, piano bar and dining area.
The dining room opens onto the sea view.
Suites for the lucky guests.