The hottest new boats of 2022: Wallypower 58

This new Wallypower 58 marks the start of a revamped Wally Power range under the aegis of its new owner, the Ferretti Group.

It also marks a return to the kind of origami style that people have come to expect from this forward-thinking brand. With its stealth fighter cockpit canopy, shark gill air intakes and sharp bow, we reckon this is the finest Wally powerboat since the iconic Wallypower 118.

The Wallypower 58 also has some great tricks up her sleeve, including a pair of fold-down cockpit balconies and a hydraulic swim platform with a recessed secret sundeck and extendable steps hidden below her teak deck.

Even the sundeck above has flip-up footrests to turn it into a forward-facing lounger.

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With no visible hull windows in exterior renderings to mar her clean lines, a large deck hatch appears to channel light inside where the standard layout includes a full-width sociable salon leading to the owner’s suite at the front.

There is also an option for a smaller saloon with a second ‘flexi-guest’ cabin or a crew berth with en-suite bathroom.

Power comes from three Volvo Penta IPS engines mounted on what Wally describes as an “ultra-deep V” hull to provide smooth sailing upwind and a top speed of up to 38 knots.

They also have the advantage of remaining surprisingly efficient at speed, delivering a claimed range of 300nm at top speed from its 3,000 liter tanks.

Add stress-free joystick docking and you’ll see why it helps make the Wallypower 58 the most attractive Wally yet.

Specification Wallypower 58

LOA: 56 feet 7 inches (17.30 m)
Shine: 16 feet 5 inches (5.0 m)
Engines: 3 x 550-600hp Volvo Penta IPS700/800
Top speed: 36-38 knots
Starting price: To confirm

Earnest A. Martinez