Wally nine units have confirmed their participation in the race Gaastra PalmaVela 2015. Son boats from 24 to 32.6 meters in length that form the upper end of the fleet of 129 boats entered to compete in the waters of Palma between April 30 and May 3
Since its inception in 1994, the firm has managed Wally placed on top of a demanding industry whose owners seeking a difficult balance between the highest standards of quality, luxury, style and cutting edge technology with the best performance. Superyachts that both can compete at the highest level navigated by complete crews, and be controlled by a single person to blow electronics. In the Gaastra PalmaVela 2015, the Wally Class will consist of nine of these jewels of naval engineering, five nationalities and with lengths between 24 and 32.6 meters. The defender ‘s team to beat in the waters of Palma will no certainly the British Magic Carpet 3 of Sir Lindsay Owen-Jones, skippered by Danny Gallichan. The spectacular Wallycento Gaastra PalmaVela won last year with three partial victories of six possible, and is the defending champion in the Wally circuit after winning three of the four events of the 2014 season. The super vitaminado The Grand Open Season of Thomas Bscher (formerly Wallycento Hamilton) returned to the water in early April after receiving a complete renovation which has been a significant increase in length (from 30.5 to 32.6 meters) and depth (6.2 to 7 meters). The skipper Mike Atkinson is responsible for this enhanced brand in order to improve the fourth position achieved in 2014 PalmaVela version. Applicants With just over 24 meters, the J One skippered by Piers Richardson is one of the boats more children of the Wally fleet, but last year and showed he can be a serious contender to win, achieving third place finish in the PalmaVela. The Wally 100.3 German Y3K, owned and skippered by Claus-Peter Offen, was not in Palma in 2014, but he showed his potential with a third in the race of Wally circuit held in Porto Cervo, behind Magic Carpet 3 and J One. The other registered more than 30 meters long that will compete for the title is the Wally 107 Kenora, skippered by Tom Edwards. Rounding out the list of 94 contenders Wally Spanish Galma Alberto Palatchi and three Wally. 80: British virgenense Nahita Fred Houghton, Frenchman Olivier Ryokan2 LOZACHMEUR and British Tango G Marc Pajot The Gaastra PalmaVela organized by the Real Club Náutico de Palma, is the first of four scoring race for the 2015 Wally circuit, which also have appointments in Menorca (May), Porto Cervo (September) and Saint-Tropez (September-October). The test is also scoring for the circuit 2015 of the IMA (International Maxi Association) and Spain Cup Disabled Sailing classes for 303 Hansa Hansa 303 Double and 2.4. The competition program of the 2015 Gaastra PalmaVela alternate port races with windward / leeward for four days. The first scoring manga is scheduled for 12: 00h on Thursday, April 30th. The awards ceremony on Sunday, May 3rd will be held.