At Home with Walter

Walter 450

Dec 7, 2023

The WALTER 450 has a sleek, elegant design designed to accommodate two to eight passengers. The boat/home was entirely designed and produced in Quebec by a team of experts.

On board, you’ll find a fully equipped galley, a private bedroom and a bathroom with shower and head. The living area features a bench seat and a large dining table, both of which can be converted into an additional bed for maximum flexibility. On the roof, a spacious 16’x10′ terrace offers breathtaking panoramic views of the horizon.

The Walter is equipped with:

  • 2×150 HP Yamaha motors with joystick and autopilot system
  • 400 AMP interior electrical system
  • 7 x 310 Watt solar panels
  • LOA 45’
  • Living space 640 sq ft
  • Demo price $519k
  • Speed 13.5 knots

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