New Baglietto 55-metre yacht project unveiled at the Singapore Yacht Show


For the second year in a row, Baglietto attended the Singapore Yacht Show (April 6th-9th): there, a new Baglietto 55-metre yacht project has been unveiled.

The new Baglietto 55-metre yacht project is the latest addition to the V-Line, which features displacement and semi-displacement yachts in steel/aluminium and aluminuim, characterized by very contemporary lines and vertical bow.

The new project has been elegantly designed by Santa Maria Magnolfi, and it features the same sheer lines found in Baglietto military vessels. The big volumes are the main feature of this yacht, without compromising performance: two Caterpillar 3512B HD DITA-SCAC power the vessel, allowing for a top speed of 16 knots and cruising speed of 12 knots. An hybrid version can also be provided.

The exterior spaces offer generous and comfortable common areas. The 280-square metre upper deck feature a 6-metre pool located at its bow. This extended pool is a distinctive feature of this project and a gym and spa are also provided aft with direct access to the sea thanks to a beach platform.

The wide interiors include the main-deck open living areas and generous dining area that can be converted into a private meeting room thanks to some gliding panels.
The owner’s suite features a separate office and the terrace that can be open to enjoy the view.
On the upper deck at the back of the wheelhouse there is a large cinema room which opens to the al fresco dining area, seating up to 20 guests.
The aft garage hosts a 7.5-metre tender, while a smaller one, jet skis and several toys are located in a second garage at the bow.
The under-lower deck is dedicated to the crew quarters: here are located cold rooms, storages and laundry for an easy life on board.

Baglietto will be attending the Versilia Yachting Rendez Vous in Viareggio from May 11th to 14th with the 46-metre Lucky Me and the 43-metre Pachamama.


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