With a sleek design and impressive performance, the Wally Tango Sailing Yacht is a worthy addition to the Wallycento fleet of racing cruisers. Measuring 100 feet in length, the Tango's form was developed in collaboration with Italian shipbuilders Persico Marine and Ireland-based naval architect Mark Mills, using a carbon fiber and Nomex sandwich material for the hull to keep weight down and improve its speed. In addition to its light 47.5-ton weight, the Tango also saw its engine room and service areas moved to the middle of the ship to optimize the center of gravity and improve the sailing experience. The exterior isn't the only area in which it's different, however, as the spacious cabin sports a futuristic design courtesy of Pininfarina. The vessel will make its debut at the Monaco Yacht Show before competing in its first race, an event in Saint-Tropez where it will face off against the other three Wallycentos.