Wally Yachts

Wallypower yachts, nicknamed Wally yachts, are well-known vessels among the elite. To examine a few examples of the luxury and power behind these vessels, let’s take a look at the Wally 148 Saudade. This traditional, blue-water yacht features the comforts of a master suite, a master office and two double guest cabins with a 360 degree view.

When examining the exterior luxuries of these mega ships, let’s take a closer look at the 85M Wallypower. With a fuel capacity of 61,816 gallons and a range of 14 knots, this yacht is ready for days, weeks or months of cruising along the big blue waters. Surely, such a big ship would rely on the powers of Yamalube 2M oil.

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Top 12 Most High-Tech & Luxurious Yachts of the World ~ Rising Sun

Taking the prize for first is the Rising Sun – also built by Lurssen in Bremen, Germany – which is owned by Larry Ellison, head of Oracle Corp. This magnificent ship is 452 feet and 8 inches long. It’s been said that Ellison had the Rising Sun designed to trump Paul Allen’s Octopus.

To highlight a few of the fantastic luxuries this mighty ship features, we’ll start with the all-embracing wine cellar. The vessel also hosts a fabulous swimming pool, a basketball court (which can also be used as a helicopter pad), suites for 16 guests and space for a private submarine. All and all, this ship presents about 8,000 square meters of living space.

Its mighty stature is certainly powered by a dependable source like Evinrude XD 100 oil.

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Top 12 Most High-Tech & Luxurious Yachts of the World ~ Octopus

Our runner-up yacht – built by German shipbuilder, Lurssen in Bremen – is called the Octopus. Owned by Microsoft billionaire, Paul Allen, this mighty vessel cost more than $200 million and staffs a crew of 60 members. Constructed to please such a brilliant and revolutionary mind, I can only imagine the technology of the ship is equally, if not more, advanced than that of Allen’s brain power.

The Octopus is 414 feet and features support for three helicopters on the top deck as well as a remote controlled submarine. It comes at no surprise that a yacht of such luxury and excellence requires a hefty upkeep and costs about $20 million annually in maintenance and services. It’s also likely that this upkeep requires the clean power of Evinrude XD 50 oil.

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Top 12 Most High-Tech & Luxurious Yachts of the World ~ Maltese Falcon

Now we’ve finally cracked our top three with a true beauty, the Maltese Falcon. The yacht was built by Italian Perini Navi Yachts and formerly owned by American millionaire Tom Perkins. The 289-foot sailing yacht was sold in July 2009 for 60 million British pounds.

While the world’s largest and fastest personal sailboat has many luxury amenities, it is most well-known for its record shattering speeds. The DynaRig is responsible for its speed. The Maltese Falcon has won several awards including several from the prestigious Boat International World SuperYacht Awards. If you’re lucky enough to have a yacht even a tenth as nice as the Maltese Falcon, you should use Yamalube 2W oil to keep it humming.

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Top 12 Most High-Tech & Luxurious Yachts of the World ~ Annaliesse

When it comes to purchasing the luxurious Annaliesse, billionaires need only apply. To purchase the 280 foot long yacht you need a cool $95.448 million. For a more modest fee of $840,000 you can charter the yacht for one week.

The Annaliesse has topped the list of the world’s most expensive yachts, as compiled by Forbes. Onboard amenities include a 1,184 square foot main stateroom with panoramic views, private deck, walk-in closets, and a marble bath with Jacuzzi. Of course, there is a full-service spa, bars, a salon, a sundeck, and a helipad. Those who can afford the ship can entertain up to 36 guests in 18 cabins and screen movies in the library/theater room on a 100-inch screen. For such a hefty price, whoever charters this yacht would be wise to use Yamalube 2M oil.

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Top 12 Most High-Tech & Luxurious Yachts of the World ~ Frank Mulder Gigayacht

Ranking at number five on our list is the Frank Mulder Gigayacht. Unsurprisingly, the yacht was designed by Naval architect Frank Mulder, of Mulder Design. In addition to its stellar design, the Gigayacht gained notoriety for being the most expensive item ever sold on eBay. It sold for $168 million.

Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich currently owns the Frank Mulder Gigayacht. The master suite features luxury office area, salon, cinema room, fitness room, two person cabin for children or body guards. A helicopter garage is accessible in the bow with a retractable elevator. Sixteen oversized guest cabins and two multi-level VIP suites are sure to impress Abramovich’s guests. The Russian billionaire would be wise to use Evinrude XD100 oil to keep his luxury yacht afloat.

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Top 12 Most High-Tech & Luxurious Yachts of the World ~ Trimaran

Surely there are some science fiction fans out there who would relish the opportunity to own a futuristic super-yacht. For just $2.4 million you can own Trimaran, the work of Craig Loomes. The overall design of the ship looks like a space ship you might see exploring the galaxy on Star Trek.

The 148 meter hull has split-level luxury staterooms to accommodate 28 guests. The uniquely shaped hull is flanked by two narrow side hulls for stability. Top speed for Trimaran is 50 knots and the cruising speed is 40 knots with a range of 3,000 miles. Luxury amenities include a swimming pool, hot tub, sunbathing rooms, a grand piano bar, and a helicopter pad. Quality oil like Evinrude XD50 oil is most likely used to keep this floating hotel running smoothly.

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Top 12 Most High-Tech & Luxurious Yachts of the World ~ Leander

Built in 1994 by Peene shipyard in Germany, the Leander is the ultimate in luxury. For $490,000 a week you can charter the 75 meter full displacement yacht. Private VIP apartments and entertainment rooms are spread over three deck levels.

Leander is one of the largest yachts built during the 1990s. Its luxury facilities include a gorgeous dining room, observation lounge, and panoramic windows. There is also a custom pool with Jacuzzi, a sauna, and modern gym for those vacationers who like to keep up with their workout routines no matter where they travel. A full bar and barbecue is available for those who would rather sip pina coladas than run on a tread mill.

A luxury ship like the Leander certainly runs on the best Evinrude XD 100 oil.

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Top 12 Most High-Tech & Luxurious Yachts of the World ~ Senses

Ranking in at number eight on our countdown, is a grand ship designed by Martin Francis. For $240,000 to $250,000 a week you can indulge in the elite luxury of this at-sea paradise. This mighty vessel is equipped with four-wheel drive option, which is a feature not offered on conventional yachts. Wheels? I know you’re thinking that a boat does not have wheels, but this term is merely used to describe its handling capabilities.

Passengers will enjoy basic luxuries of satellite TV and a stereo music system as well as fancier luxuries like the Jacuzzi pool, gym and sauna. With spacious living arrangements suitable for up to 12 guests, it’s hard to imagine what cannot be accomplished on a ship so grand.

I can only imagine that a ship of this magnitude relies on the reliable power of Yamalube 2M oil!

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