Baglietto Reveals New 46-Meter Superyacht

Founded in 1854, Baglietto is an Italian shipyard with quite an impressive heritage, which specializes in the designing and building of superyachts. Their most recent release is a 46-meter vessel, still unnamed, the first of the new displacement range.

While the naval architecture is the work of Baglietto, the ship’s exterior layout is the brainchild of Fancesco Paszkowski Design, while Margherita Casprini is largely responsible for the interiors. Despite its size, the yacht’s minimalist outlook and warm color scheme immediately make you feel right at home. Speaking of home, the accommodations on board include a number of spaces, most notably the opulent owner’s suite, a full beam cabin with a vanity area, a wide bathroom with a central bath-tub and separate shower, lavishly appointed with such high-end materials as travertine marble. Guests, on the other hand, get to stay in the two VIP cabins located on the lower deck.

Plenty of welcoming public spaces can be found both inside the ship and outside, like the dining area with round crystal-glass dining table (where up to 12 people can be seated), or the extensive sun bathing area located at the stern. There’s always some new feature or a new space to discover and enjoy, guaranteeing there will never be a dull moment on board.

[SuperYacht Times]