Modern yachts are all starting to look identical. Everyone, it would appear, is in the same boat. Unless you’re in Wally’s Tango G, that is.
With sleek lines and a flush deck, the 100-foot vessel was co-designed by Italian shipbuilders Persico Marine and Ireland-based naval architect Mark Mills, who built its hull using a Nomex core sandwiched between carbon fibre, to keep things light and speedy.
Equally impressive is its commodious, futuristic cabin, designed by Pininfarina (think Ferrari and Maserati).
It even moves unlike any other yacht, with its engine room placed in the middle of the ship to optimize the centre of gravity. (Price upon request)