Baglietto is on track with the construction of its next 55-metre Baglietto10225 superyacht and the Italian shipyard reports that the project can be expected to launch in La Spezia next spring. Being built for a European client and was first announced in late 2017. Photo: Baglietto Spa
The project follows the classic and familiar lines of Francesco Paszkowksi who is the designer behind the entire T-Line of Baglietto superyachts. Just like others before her, 10225 will have a large 150-square-metre sundeck that is ideal for outdoor activities and entertaining. The 55-square-metre beach club on the lower deck will house the yacht’s gym and wellness centre with steam shower and bar. Photo: Baglietto SpaPhoto: Baglietto Spa
Inside, Margherita Casprini worked with Pazkowksi to give the yacht the desired ‘family feel’ as requested by the owner. A total of six cabins sets this yacht up perfectly for charter and combines a full beam master suite with two VIP suites on the main deck as well as two additional guest cabins on the lower deck. A third multifunctional guest cabin on the upper deck comes with a sofa and two Pullman beds. Photo: Baglietto SpaPhoto: Baglietto Spa
The two Caterpillar 3516C DITA engines installed on board will deliver a top speed of 17 knots and an estimated cruising speed of 12 knots has been calculated.
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