Baglietto spent this past weekend launching the first hull in the Italian shipyard’s FAST line, the 46m FAST superyacht. SuperYacht Times were on scene in La Spezia to witness the launch ceremony that was attended by international press, the mayor of La Spezia and other local delegates.
As with superyacht projects in the past, Baglietto relied on Francesco Paszkowski Design for the styling of this ground breaking vessel with interiors developed together with Margherita Casprini. The new 46m FAST stands out for its streamlined bow and rectangular transom design, together presenting a very sharp and slender exterior shape. This is complimented by a very sleek and compact superstructure, further enhancing aerodynamics.
Despite having such a sporty exterior, the yacht is designed to offer the maximum in outdoor spaces. The aft upper area is created as a spacious terrace overlooking the ocean, with generous seating and sunbathing areas on offer.
The interior which is yet to be fully outfitted features warm shades of rosewood blended with cooler white lacquered deckhead panelling resulting in a refined and contemporary interior. The traditional layout offers four ensuite guest cabins on the lower deck, and the master suite - featuring an office, a dressing room, and the bathroom - on the main deck.
The yacht, entirely built in aluminium, will be pushed to a maximum speed of approximately 28 knots by twin MTU 16V4000 engines. It is classified with Lloyd's Register of Shipping and compliant to MCA standards.
The Baglietto 46m Fast will be a worldwide premier at the next Cannes and Monaco Boat Shows.