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World’s Fastest Yacht Speeds into Skradin

wallyAfter grabbing attention on the island of Hvar, the fastest yacht in the world is now drawing the attention of locals and tourists in Skradin near Šibenik on the Dalmatian coast…

The 33 million USD Wally Power 118 is a 118-foot luxury motor yacht has 17,000 horsepower and a cruising speed of 60 knots. That is the equivalent of 70 miles per hour. At cruising speed, Wally Power guzzles 15 gallons of fuel each nautical mile.

The 118 WallyPower has appeared in popular UK car programme Top Gear – where it was compared with a Pagani Zonda S Roadster.
(image: wally.com)

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