Built for blue water
Happy Ending is Wally’s sixth Riviera since he began dealing the luxury motor yachts 12 years ago in the capital of San Juan.
“The 505 is an open sea performer,” says Wally. “East of PR towards the British Virgin Islands we have seven islands that are about 20 to 80 miles away in rough water. That’s why Riviera motor yachts are popular here. It’s their seaworthiness and the running angles of the blue-water hull – they’re built to perform in open oceans. The 505 hull is new, it’s more flared at the front and has a deep vee forward that makes it a dry and stable boat.”
Since taking possession in March 2020, Wally, his wife Yarah and their two-year-old daughter Elena have spent as much time on Happy Ending as they have on land. They head out for 10 days at a time with their replica buddy boat, On the Rise, another 505 SUV owned by friend Sammy Ramos and his family.
“I think the 505 offers the best of a sport yacht’s single-level amenity and a flybridge boat’s open cockpit.”Wally Castro
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