The 42-metre Baglietto motor yacht Tin Tin has joined the market with Victor Iliadis of Marine Marketing.
Built of aluminum in Italy in 2007 by Baglietto, she was designed by Francesco Paszkowski with naval architecture by Alcide Sculati. Tin Tin's look is lean, fast and aggressive, all silver with two contrasting slits of dark tinted glass and gill-like vents.
Accommodation is for a party of 12 in five cabins, all on the lower deck, comprising full-beam master forward, two VIP double cabins aft and two twins with additional Pullman beds amidships. There are also three crew cabins and a captain's cabin forward.
Her minimalist interior design is finished in satin wood, the spacious saloon being open plan with the dining area forward, that seats 10 guests. A bar is positioned aft to serve guests on the aft deck or in the saloon. Forward of the saloon to starboard, a studio room may be used as an office, the crew mess and galley being forward again, reached via a corridor to port.
Tin Tin's sundeck, with bridge console forward, is equally clean and guests can spread out on large sunpads or L-shaped seating around the table and forward. A tender is stowed aft and, when launched, the large teak deck is perfect for entertaining. Further tenders and toys are stowed in the garage, accessed via the opening transom that becomes a swim platform
The 370GT yacht for sale has a top speed of 31 knots and range of 660 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 25 knots. She is powered by twin 3,648hp MTU engines.
Lying in Athens, Greece, Tin Tin is asking €9,500,000.