Click for Abeking Click for United Click for DeAngelo Click for Westport Click for Cheoy Lee

News: Baglietto Launching 46M FAST Hull 10221 In April

Discussion in 'Baglietto Yacht' started by Yacht News, Apr 9, 2016.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. Baglietto To Soon Launch 46M FAST Hull 10221
    The first hull in Italian builder Baglietto’s 46M FAST all-aluminium line is expected to hit the water in a few weeks. The yard is presently adding the finishing touches both to the interior and exterior. Francesco Paszkowski in concert with Baglietto’s in-house team worked on putting together and finessing the exterior design lines of the new 46-meter speedster. However, the interior work has been design and executed by Margherita Casprini with light collaboration from Paszkowski.
  2. The interior has a sophisticated aura about it with Rosewood featuring prominently as it contrasts against the lighter lacquered ceilings and walls. This look is particularly seen in the guest accommodation. Below is a glimpse of how the master suite is coming together onboard. The owner’s suite is located forward on the main deck and dominated by the long rectangular side windows. The guest layout is fairly common with those berths down on the lower deck for six guests in three cabins. Nine crew members are expected to be aboard the 46M FAST.
  3. Earlier we mentioned hull 10221 being a speedster. The FAST yacht is contracted to run at a top speed of 28-knots. Sea trials will confirm this but with a pair of MTU 16V 4000 M93L diesels that figure should be within reach. Fuel tanks onboard will be holding around 50,000 LT at maximum capacity as well as 12,000 LT for fresh water storage. Expect the Baglietto 46M FAST to be launched in the coming weeks this month. The overall design is very reminiscent of past Baglietto builds and to those accustomed, it should take you down memory lane.

    For more information:


    Baglietto Shipyard
    via Lorenzini 4
    20139 Milano Italy
    P.IVA 11746180154
    www.baglietto.com


    ***
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.

Share This Page