Wallypower SuperYacht wins Millennium Design Award The118 WallyPower is an incongruous name for a high performance superyacht that integrates technology with aesthetics for a sleek and startling result. The deck superstructure has an aero-dynamic, stealth-bomber design with a vertical bow and air inlets encasing an innovative interior layout based on zen-like simplicity to mask a surprising amount of comfort. Three gas turbines generate 16,800 HP power that allow the 118 WallyPower to cruise a leisurely 60 knots in flat seas and tackle rough waters with ease in this ultimate luxury vehicle. The designer and founder of Wally Yachts is Luca Bassani Antivari, a 47-year-old Italian entrepreneur and former champion yachtsman who has earned the Monaco-based company an international reputation for customised cruising boats. So much so, in fact, that the 118 WallyPower recently won the MYDA, the Millennium Yacht Design Award organised by Seatec (the yachting and shipping technology show of Carrarafiere) for the "Layout of the Third Millennium." The WallyPower is also currently being honoured by the San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art as the sole boat in its major architecture and design exhibition, 'Glamour: Fabricating Affluence', which runs from October 9 2004 to January 16 2005.