Yesterday, Baglietto rounded off a busy few weeks with its fourth superyacht to hit the water since the end of June: the 39.8-metre motor yacht Panam. Following in the footsteps of her predecessors (hull numbers 10232, 10231 and the first DOM123 yacht Run Away) which have all been launched in La Spezia in recent weeks, Panam is designed by Francesco Paszkowski, with the interiors devised in collaboration with Margherita Casprini. Photo: Baglietto SpaGetting ready for her upcoming delivery to her European owner, this all-aluminium superyacht provides accommodation across a full beam master suite located forward of the main deck, complete with walk-in-wardrobe, ensuite bathroom with Hammam and two folding side-opening electrical windows for panoramic views. Four additional guest cabins are found on the lower bridge, with a crew of five also housed on board (or seven in charter mode).Photo: Baglietto SpaThe vessel's straight bow gives her a sleek and powerful look which is further enhanced by the large irregular-shaped windows that flood her large saloon with natural light. The interiors of motor yacht Panam are characterised by a contemporary style featuring warm woods, light shades of grey and taupe embellished with onyx and marbles chosen by the owner. Unusually, her large main-deck saloon is separated from the dining area by a 'green wall.'Photo: Baglietto SpaGuests keen to make the most of their time on the water can take advantage of her beach club area which opens on three sides and is fitted with a large swimming ladder for easy access to the sea. The semi-float-in garage is found behind the engine room and stores a five metre tender.
Designed with performance in mind, motor yacht Panam is able to reach a top speed of 31 knots and cruise at 25 knots, thanks to her three 16V2000 M96L MTU engines and three KaMeWa water-jet engines (n. 2 x S71-4 on the sides and one central booster S63B-4). Notably, most of the technical components on board are constructed in carbon fibre (as are her four hull doors on the stern) to reduce the vessel's overall weight.