Launched in 2021 at Baglietto’s La Spezia shipyard, the 39.8-metre superyacht Panam is an all-aluminium superyacht featuring naval architecture by Baglietto, exterior design by Francesco Paszkowski and interiors by Francesco Paszkowski Design in collaboration with Margherita Casprini. The superyacht features a straight bow giving her a sleek and powerful appearance, further enhanced by her irregular-shaped windows that flood her contemporary interior with natural light. Panam’s interiors are characterised by neutral colours, warm woods, taupe embellished with onyx and marbles, chosen specifically by the owner.Panam provides accommodation for up-to 12 guests across her five staterooms. Her full-beam master suite is located forward of the main deck, complete with a walk-in wardrobe, an en suite bathroom with Hammam, alongside two electric windows which open on both sides for panoramic views. Her four additional staterooms are located on her lower deck, alongside the crew quarters and a partially flood-able garage located behind her engine room, capable of carrying a 5-metre tender.Her main saloon offers generous amounts of space, and has a wall constructed from plants separating her dining area. On deck, guests can make the most of their time on the water on her extensive beach club area, which opens on three sides with fold-out balconies. Here, guests can also use gym equipment or relax on her lounge seating. Panam’s 65 square-metre flybridge houses a transparent swimming pool with a counterflow system, surrounded by sunbathing beds, seating and a custom-made bar. There are additional lounging areas to her bow and main deck aft. Designed for performance, Panam’s lightweight aluminium hull enables her to reach top speeds of 31 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots. She has a 1,800 nautical mile range at 12 knots and is powered by triple MTU 16V 2000 M96L diesel engines. Notably, most technical elements on board are constructed from carbon fibre as well as her hull doors on the stern, reducing her overall weight.