Wally Yachts new superyacht set for regatta

Known for its aggressive and quick ships, Wally Yachts of Monaco has officially introduced Galateia (which is the 3rd ship in its Wallycento series which includes Magic Carpet). The hundred-foot Galateia is the biggest sailing vessel in its class and it presently holds the fastest time at a meet in Majorca.

Like its forerunners, the boat is highly technical as well as ideal for racing. Built like a real maxi yacht, Galateia is fitted with a newly made bow thruster which serves reduce wind impact and ameliorates the ship’s systems as well as cruising capabilities, when a redesigned helm offers the helmsperson with more stability and command in tough situations.

A huge exterior deck offers seating for up to ten people, and the interiors can comfortably sleep 6 guests in a roomy owner’s suite as well as 2 en suite guest cabins, making it perfect for Croatian Yacht Charter holidays. Upon finishing their sea trials, Galateia would spend the winter season in Caribbean competing in superyacht meets.

Meanwhile, Edmiston declared the sale of the 36.5m sailing yacht Puritan earlier this month. Mike Horsley from Edmiston reportedly told that the asking price of the vessel was EUR 5.000.000 and it was sold at just under that price.

Under its new owner, Puritan, made in 1933 by Electric Boat Company of New London in the United States, will go for a shipyard time in Fiumincino located near Rome where the yacht will get a equip ahead of the summer season next year in the Med, when she would be put up for charter travel.