46m Baglietto superyacht soon ready for launch

Baglietto46Baglietto, the world-renowned Italian shipbuilder, have scheduled their latest 46m hull 10221 for launch in about one month. Belonging to the new Baglietto FAST line presented at the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show, it will mark the official launch of the new line.
The new 46-metre vessel can be considered ‘a transition into the modern superyacht market’, ensuring nonetheless continuity with the brand’s tradition and identity: as a natural evolution of previous models, she is the result of Baglietto’s successful collaboration with Francesco Paszkowski Design.
Her exterior lines draw a streamlined bow, and rakish lines with a sportier appearance in comparison to the previous aluminium planing yachts which had marked Baglietto’s historical success. Her imposing stern with hawses is one of the design features that still maintain a family feeling with previous vessels by the La Spezia-based shipyard. The hull’s slender shape is enhanced by the trapeze and rectangular window arrangement on different levels.
As for interior spaces, the traditional layout offers four en suite guest cabins on the lower deck, and the master suite, arranged with an office, a dressing room, and bathroom, on the main deck. The upper deck has plenty of room to host a comfortable salon with lounge area, the captain’s cabin, and the helm station. The crew quarters, located on the lower deck, include four twin cabins plus a single cabin and the dinette.
The vessel’s interior styling is also by Paszkowski Design and architect Margherita Casprini. A collaboration which resulted in contemporary finishes where the warm shades of rosewood and the colder white lacquered ceiling and side panels mix in a harmonious style, enhancing the feeling of spaciousness and comfort.
Exterior spaces as well have been carefully maximized, in order to allow for a deeper contact with the sea and a joyful open-air conviviality. Therefore, the aft area of the upper deck has been left open like a generous terrace over the sea.
The aluminium-built yacht, powered by twin MTU 16V4000 engines, will be able to reach a maximum speed of 28 knots.
Hull 10221 will be the second launch of 2016 for the Italian shipyard after the 54m superyacht, Hull 10219, in January. Baglietto currently has seven yachts under construction and will deliver the 54 and 46m this year.