Her design is the work of Francesco Paszkowski Design and she measures 42 metres in length. This is what we know so far about Baglietto’s latest commission, one that is set to take the La Spezia-based shipyard back to its roots.
With a sleek hull design and modern, aggressive look, the new Baglietto stands out with her unique profile defined by a hard top and stern design featuring a ramp which, by opening towards the sea, transforms into a platform for bathing with its own beach club while tenders have their own entrance via another opening to the side.
The interior layout is conceived in a classical manner with a conversation area, a living area with a dining section and a kitchen on the main deck where to bow there is the owner’s cabin taking up the whole width of the design. The lower deck brings us to the guest cabins with two VIP quarters and two doubles and the captain and crew cabins. Finally, on the upper deck, we find a sky lounge to stern with a conversation area, a cinema room and the bridge.
Thanks to the brand new hull developed by Plana Design and three MTU 16V 2000 M96 Ls, two to the side with drive shaft transmission systems and a central Voith Linear Jet propulsion system, the new Baglietto, scheduled to be delivered to her European owner in Summer 2022, can reach a top speed of 28 knots.