The La Spezia-based shipyard Baglietto presented the design of its latest 65-metre superyacht during this year’s Monaco Yacht Show. “Our new 65-metre superyacht was introduced last year only as a concept, and today we are happy to share the progress we have made. This is a project for which we are putting a lot of efforts and focus on both the style and cutting-edge technological solutions,” says Baglietto CEO Michele Gavino.Photo: Baglietto SpaPhoto: Baglietto Spa
For the design, Baglietto teamed up with Francesco Paszkowski Design who took inspiration from the 1987 Baglietto Adler, particularly in the addition of the subtle retro style roll-bar. The 65-metre concept sports a vertical bow, an innovative stern and large windows camouflaged by a darkening film, which blends in with the structure. The connection of light and water is an important aspect of this superyacht’s design, as seen in the upper deck, where the pool features a transparent floor with a vista on the main deck’s large aquarium. Photo: Baglietto Spa
The new superyacht includes six staterooms, including the owner’s suite and a VIP stateroom in the bow with a private gym. An additional four staterooms are situated on the lower deck, whose bow area is dedicated to the crew mess and quarters.Photo: Baglietto SpaPhoto: Baglietto Spa
The main deck also features a dining area seating twelve with direct access to the galley. On the lower deck, a floodable garage can store a 10-metre tender, and a multi-purpose open space offers immediate contact with the sea. The deck’s aft area can transform into a large beach club, which can include a pool if the tender is not on board. The upper deck has a sunbathing and dining area and a touch-and-go helipad and a garage for a 5.4-metre tender and two jets.