Last month, Baglietto laid the keel for its first 52-metre TLine superyacht. With the European owner in attendance, hull number 10238 is one of two TLine yachts currently being built at the Italian yard with 2023 delivery dates. Photo: BagliettoPhoto: BagliettoFrancesco Paszkowski designed the yacht range to offer an innovative and modern sub-500 GT vessel. The stern area has been restyled with an open-plan design and a three-level beach club with a large concealable pool and an up/down moving flooring system. The sky lounge on the upper deck can be opened on three sides and features a retractable ladder to connect the sun deck and the upper deck at the bow. Photo: Baglietto Photo: Baglietto The yacht will be equipped with a standard hybrid propulsion system that includes an electrical diesel mode for efficient cruising up to a range of 7,600 nm. She will be able to remain at anchor for up to 10 hours on battery power and reach up to 17 knots thanks to her twin MTU 16V2000M86 engines.Photo: Baglietto Photo: Baglietto In total, there are nine projects currently underway at Baglietto: the two 52-metre T-Line yachts, the 48-metre hull 10233, the 38-metre hull 10235 and the 54-metre hull 10231. Being built on speculation are the 42-metre hull 10236 and the first model of the DOM133 range. Plus, both Panam and Run Away are preparing to be delivered.
SuperYacht Times - The State of Yachting 2020
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