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The 43 metre Why Worry SuperYacht is truly amazing

By Adrian Prisca


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Summer is the perfect time for yachts and sailing. And today we’re going to show you a gorgeous addition to the world of yachts, perfect for this summer. Launched at the Rossi Navi shipyard from Viareggio, in Italy, the 43-meter Why Worry superyacht features the greatest of what Baglietto has to offer – refinement, style, elegance, high-performance and a quite-playful atmosphere.

The vessel boasts a total of five guest cabins, divided into two twin cabins that include Pullmans and three double cabins, from which two are VIP’s and one is the owner’s. The system of accommodation allows for up to 12 guests, while the study on the upper deck can also serve as an additional single cabin.

The interiors have been penned down by Aranhas & Vasconsuelos, Portuguese designers, in such a way that the colors blend in beautifully with the materials and space.  Exquisite materials have been used throughout, like alabaster, leather and ebony, combining them with calm tones like clean white, cream and dark lacquered wood.

There’s style and elegance all over the boat, due to the plush carpets, contemporary furniture and superb contrasts. The main saloon is split into an elegant and intimate dining area and a state-of-the-art lounging spot. The saloon is festooned with art pieces and boasts a central placed dark lacquered coffee table surrounded by cozy stylish chairs and sofas.

Furthermore, there’s a superb sensation of huge space inside this particular cabin thanks to the strip of mirror panels placed all along the room. The same idea is also present inside the guest cabins and upper deck saloon.

The owner’s cabin is the best in describing the intimate and elegant character of the yacht. The grand cabin boasts a central-placed large white bed, with the ceiling, furnishing and carpeting toned in the same way, contrasting with the dark lacquered cabinets. The location boasts walk-in wardrobes for both him and her, large bathroom that features steam bath, show area and a large bath tub and separate office, festooned with dark elegant backlit marble.

A nice feature and proof of equality is that the guest cabins share the owner’s cabin style, but with different tones and contrasts. The upper deck saloon includes a huge white sofa as its main piece, the whole place being trimmed with modern upholstery and gorgeous artworks.

The galley boasts its own unique design, with every drawer, cupboard or piece of furniture being ornamented with ribbed metal, one of the most particular features of the whole yacht.

Overall, the decks invite you to enjoy al fresco experiences or to lounge in/on any of its areas, especially on the main and upper aft decks. The sun deck provides huge space and gorgeous panoramas, suitable for both sun-bathing and relaxation. The yacht is available for purchase at €17,750,000 as part of the YPI Brokerage’s fleet.


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About Adrian Prisca

Founder of Luxatic and countless other projects, Adrian has shaped this website into a go-to source for discerning readers looking for the latest in luxury products and experiences. He has over 15 years of experience in creating, managing and publishing lifestyle content across numerous platforms and he’s considered a leading voice in the luxury industry. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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