Katch Kanga in the Karibbean

The innovatively designed 26 metre Wally Ace Kangais to feature in the Antigua Charter yacht show prior to beginning a winter charter season in the Caribbean.
The boat, reviewed by us in several of the better yachting magazines around the world offers charter guests huge volumes, high comfort level, more stability than many others of her size.  Add that to the reduced fuel consumption, lower noise and the absence of vibration and you have the ideal floating vacation home in the winter sunshine.
Kanga has a contemporary and clean style, and stands out in the small displacement category of super yachts. Her hull lines are classic yet contemporary and they reflect the unmistakable style that has become the hallmark of the Wally brand.
Kanga stands out from the crowd by offering:
  • Bigger and more exploitable interior volumes;
  • Larger open-air social areas
  • Unrivalled space within its length: 128 sqm of outside social space over two deck levels as well as a 50 sqm interior saloon area
  • A total of 282 sqm total square area, 30 % larger than vessels of the same length
  • Tender garage located amidships with direct access to the crew and service area
  • Aft owner’s and VIP suites opening onto the Terrace-on-the-sea® with direct access to the water
  • Separate entrance to the crew mess to have direct access to the garage and the dock
  • Well sized engines for long range cruises and low consumption
  • Innovative gyroscopic stabilisers totally without external fins
  • Engine room and tender garage located amidships to concentrate the weights in the centre of gravity and provide a smoother wave riding
  • Wider and more stable hull (10 to 15 % wider than similar length yachts)
  • Longer waterline to increase performance
  • Higher free board to improve the seaworthiness even in rough weather and to increase the interior volumes
  • Lower centre of gravity generated by her sleeker lines

Floating Life are the central agents and they have her on offer in the high season for USD 62,000 per week and during the low season this reduces to USD 55.000 per week.  The charter is on offer using a MYBA contract and terms.