In your wildest imagination, how big a yacht has to be to serve as a private island? Gizmag lately has unveiled WallyIsland, a piece as a part of Wally’s luxury yachts and it is this 325 foot flagship that is rotating eye lids. Agreed, Paul Allen’s Octopus was gigantic at 410 feet but even Wally Gigayacht is successful in maintain its identity with the availability of swimming pools, tennis courts, garden fields, mini soccer fields along with essential helipads. It accommodates around 40 crew, 24 guests and two 45-foot speedboats deputed at the back.
The island is no less than a tanker than its gigayacht brethren, which is spread at 1000m2 main deck area. To my much-surprise, it has only three upper-level decks against expected multilevel provisions. It’s structured in this manner to augment open entertaining space and permit large garden seats, thereby assuring the cost involved to be “competitive,” albeit we know what “competitive” means while dealing with such endeavor. Wally discloses it would roughly meet the cost of what was expected from a conventional design 200-footer.
The interiors feature a chief saloon, living/dining room; guest lodging, library, cinema, spa, wellness and fitness area; service and crew area plus steering/navigation area.