Lucky Me Baglietto 46m Fast sold


The La Spezia-based shipyard Baglietto has announced the sale of its Baglietto 46m Fast to a Mediterranean client. The superyacht, which was launched in May 2016, has been christened Lucky Me.

Designed in collaboration with Francesco Paszkowski Design and architect Margherita Casprini, the yacht features distinctive and aggressive lines. Trapeze-shaped windows in the hull alternate with rectangular ones on two different levels, enhancing the hull’s slender shape and giving a contemporary touch to the yacht’s profile.

Outdoor areas have been designed with deep contact with the sea in mind, allowing the passengers to enjoy life at sea both when cruising and at anchor. The aft area of the upper deck hosts an open terrace overlooking the sea, with a large table and a comfortable sunbathing area.

The interiors feature generous volumes which are not that usual on planning yachts of this size. The layout arrangement includes a full-beam master cabin located forward on the main deck and a guest area on the lower deck. The upper deck hosts a salon with conversation area, the captain’s cabin, and the wheelhouse. The lower deck also hosts the crew quarters, where the staff is accommodated across 4 twin cabins and a single cabin.

Lucky Me, entirely built in aluminium and propelled through twin MTU 16V4000 M93L engines, can reach a top speed of 26 knots. The reduced draft of 2,10-metre allow the yacht to easily cruise in shallow waters.

“We are particularly proud of this sale which comes from a professional effort of each single component of the Baglietto team, and it repays Baglietto for the courageous decision to build a brand new project completely on speculation. A tough challenge in terms of financial and technological commitment, including a new hull with no competition on the market and a revised layout” commented Michele Gavino, Baglietto Managing Director.

Lucky Me will be showcased at the Versilia Yachting Rendez Vous from May 11th to 14th.


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