Three superyacht models unveiled by Baglietto and Paszkowski Design

The Fort Lauderdale Boat Show provided the venue for the comeback in the US of the historical La Spezia-based shipyard Baglietto on the international pleasure yachting market. Baglietto had chosen Fort Lauderdale to present to the American market 3 new projects signed by Francesco Paszkowski Design: a brand-new 46 metre fast planning yacht in aluminium and two 46 metre and 58 metre steel and aluminium displacement superyachts.

The first two projects in Baglietto’s new era, with both exteriors and interiors signed by the Francesco Paskowski Design firm, represent a natural evolution for the shipyard and integrate new stylistic features with the traditional ones that have made Baglietto’s yachts famous all over the world.

One of the innovative features of this 46-metre planing yacht’s outer lines is the compact superstructure, whose limited height results in increased aerodynamics. The bow has been conceived to include a helipad, so as to meet an increasingly frequent request by large-yacht owners.

The project focused on the outdoor areas, aiming to maximise contact with the sea both while cruising and when at anchor: the aft part of the main deck is de facto a large terrace overlooking the sea, a spacious teak expanse with room enough to fit a large table and a spacious sunbathing area.

Interiors include 4 guests’ cabins with ensuite bath in the lower deck while the Owner’s suite with wellness area, office and dressing room is located on the main deck. The upper deck include the sky lounge with conversation area, captain’s cabin and the wheelhouse. Crew quarters with 4 cabins, galley and crew mess are on the lower deck.

To MTU 16V4000 engines pushes the yacht at a top speed of about 26 knots. The yacht will be registered by the American Bureau of Shipping in compliance with MCA rules and regulations.

A combination of geometric shapes and very sleek outer lines is the key feature of this new 46 metre displacement yacht in steel and aluminium by Baglietto, characterised by a skilful blend of different but complementary design styles, in which every single stroke of Francesco Paszkowski’s pencil contributes to the creation of a unique, original craft.

The very streamlined bow reminds of Nordic boats, characterised by slightly square lines, just like those of the glazing on the main deck and along the freeboard, which alternate with the softer curves of the solid wood handrails along the deck aisles.

The upper deck glazing is inclined forward, rounded towards the stern and increasingly linear as it gradually dips towards the bow. The aft part of the incredibly roomy sundeck is bounded by a slightly curved stern rail.

The interiors – which also stand out for their highly contemporary look – feature a traditional layout with a living room, the dining area and the master's stateroom (including the cabin, the office area and a large head) on the main deck and four guest cabins, two double and two fitted with twin beds, on the lower deck.

Two Caterpillar 3512B engines allow this yacht to reach a maximum speed of approximately 17 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots, with a range of 4,500 miles.

Baglietto’s new 58-metre displacement yacht is in steel and aluminium and reflects all Francesco Paskowsi Design experience in the design of this type of megayachts, combining the stylistic features of Baglietto’s previous displacement yachts with new elements that result in more rigorous, dynamic lines. The core idea is that of a new-generation displacement yachts ensuring spacious, comfortable interiors, a long cruising range, but also a pleasant, harmonious style.

The clear-cut, sober profile - typical of Baglietto's style – gives this new model a highly dynamic look even when the boat is at anchor, thanks to the very streamlined bow lines. The project in its entirety is characterised by a perfect blend of different and yet complementary shapes, a harmonious combination of the rectangular and trapezoidal windows on the fore main deck and the rectangular ones to stern, all the way to the more rounded-off ones in the superstructure.

The yacht’s outer lines are even more stylish thanks to the linear stanchion that cuts across the superstructure, running almost parallel to the inclined bow line and ideally embracing all the decks, from the stern to the hard top sheltering the sundeck. Soft, rounded curves can also be found in the solid wood handrails along the deck aisles and in the sundeck aft rail.

The extreme bow area on the main deck has been conceived to allow a helicopter to easily land and take off, ensuring frequent transfers from and to the yacht.

In line with contemporary trends and in order to meet the owner’s needs, the yacht has been developed to ensure large outdoor areas and roomy interiors, allowing to enjoy the utmost comfort even during long cruises.

The layout of the interiors follows a classical design with the full beam Owner’s suite on the main deck and the accommodations area including 4 guests cabins on the lower deck. Crew quarters include 6 cabins and crew mess on the lower deck while the captain’s cabin is located on the upper deck next to the wheelhouse.

The engine room include two Caterpillar engines 3512 which allow a top speed of 16 knots. The yacht will be classified by Lloyds’ Register of Shipping in compliance with MCA rules and regulations.

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