The 43 Wallytender has a modern look and build, where the Wally design is evidenced by an almost plumb and wave-piercing bow, a low line and thick rub rails throughout, flush teak decks and sun pads. everywhere.
As with other recent launches, the 43 has folding gunwales that create beach decks at the stern, and with a hutch under the foredeck, making the boat an option for weekends on board.
A central cabin that can be ordered with a kitchen module. The cockpit is created by tall wraparound glazing that leaves room for practical side decks and provides a bit more weather protection and privacy on board. The transom is fully open.
Also impressive is the windshield, which is a one-piece thick acrylic panel with a simple, clean molded crease in the middle.
Details add to the ship’s unmistakable style such as the widespread use of carbon fiber in the port and starboard window frames, framed pilot’s seats, instrument console, cockpit pedestal table and top Tin Yacht
The 43 Wallytender features a Seakeeper gyro stabilizer, which means comfortable navigation for up to 12 guests.
The standard drive is two 380 hp Volvo Penta Aquamatic D6 Duoprop inboard outboards. she achieves a top speed of 40 knots. With 3,000 rpm engines, she cruises at 27 to 30 knots, consuming 30 gallons per hour, providing a range of 270 to 280 nautical miles.