A Luxurious Racing Toy

It is no news that Wally is one of the most renowned yacht builders thanks to the shipbuilder’s custom of adapting and designing their ships to meet the needs of every client. 

To make dreams come true, they provide technical and engineering support and achieve a perfect balance in every aspect of the project. The Y3K is no exception.

Designed for a demanding German client, this sailboat is the sum of the Wally philosophy. It combines the performance of a Maxi regatta boat with the traits of a cruise ship. It is a fanciful boat, designed for both pleasure and speed, that manages to maintain a perfect balance between these two worlds that are often on opposite ends. And, of course, this leads to an even greater appreciation of this yacht.



The displacement of this boat is made lighter by an endless number of structural details and, most of all, by the use of carbon fiber and other lightweight materials such as polymers, plastics and titanium.

There are two social areas on the exterior deck: the main one, with a table for 10 people, and the sea terrace on the stern. There is a garage for a tender under the latter.

On deck, everything is perfectly organized so it does not get in the way of its faultless performance. Additionally, the yacht’s clean lines provide a feeling of order. Within, minimalism is a predominant trait, emphasizing convenience, comfort, luxury and beauty. However, the Y3K’s unobtrusive design, which includes cherry wood, does not keep the interior from feeling cozy and warm.




Another important feature are the skylights that allow natural light to enter the interior, which is glossy and includes white walls, ceiling and floors (made of carbon fiber). Beige is also present and these light hues provide a feeling of spaciousness and cleanliness. 

The saloon, both in the interior and exterior, is a true work of art and engineering that achieve an excellent balance. The table comfortably seats 10 people and the entertainment center features a huge 30” plasma screen.

On the stern there are two guest staterooms, each with its own bathroom, one is to port and the other to starboard. The crew cabin is located in the bow and has two individual beds and a bathroom.

The master stateroom is on the stern and takes full advantage of the yacht’s beam. It has two queen-size beds, a full bathroom to port with separate shower and sink areas and an entertainment system mounted on the wall. As is to be expected, this simple, elegant, perfect room has everything required to ensure rest and relaxation.     












93.6 t

Fuel capacity

352 gal

Water capacity

176 gal


Cummins de 250 Hp


Text: Edmundo A. Eguiarte ± Photo: Wally / Gilles