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Baglietto’s 48 metre Lion, previously known as hull 10233, hit the water for the first time on June 3. Lion sports an exterior designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design while the "sober and calm" interior is designed in-house in collaboration with Leonardo Santi. The 140 square metre sun deck features a swimming pool at the stern surrounded by sunbeds while the upper deck skylounge extends outside to create a winter garden with a dining table for 12 guests.
RSY 38m EXP
Rosetti Superyachts' first 37.83 metre explorer superyacht, the RSY 38m EXP, has hit the water after being sold to its owners in December 2018. Built in steel and aluminium to a custom design by BurdissoCapponi Yachts & Design, RSY 38m EXP features a 410 GT interior which features various pieces of art, including a striking central staircase with a three-storey sculpture illuminated by a skylight. Delivery is expected in July, after which the yacht will debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2021.
ISA Super Sportivo 100 GTO
The 30.5 metre ISA Super Sportivo 100 GTO hit the water for the first time in May 2021 in Italy. The latest model from ISA Yachts, part of the Palumbo Superyachts group, was launched from Palumbo's Ancona based shipyard and is set to debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival later this year. Designed by Marco Casali of Too Design, the Super Sportivo is powered with three MAN 2000 HP engines,and can reach maximum speeds of up to 50 knots.
Feadship’s 95 metre hybrid superyacht previously known as 1009 hit the water as Bliss on May 18. Described as a “timeless family yacht”, Bliss is fitted with a hybrid propulsion package and is set to be a “world traveller”, according to the yard. Exterior design comes courtesy of Jan Schaffers of Studio De Voogt while Rémi Tessier has penned the “elegant” interior. Key features include “state-of-the-art technology and engineering” alongside “advanced security and life-safety systems”, the yard said. Equipped and certified to cruise the Polar regions, Bliss will have a top speed of 17 knots and a range of 6,000 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 12 knots.
The 44.6 metre custom Baltic 146 sailing superyacht Path was first launched on May 5. Key on-deck features include a solid bimini extending from the large deck saloon, and another bimini shading the two sheering positions. The yacht will also be equipped with twin rudders, a tender well on the foredeck, fold-over anchor system and 550hp main engine. Accommodation is for eight guests in an owner’s double cabin and three further guest cabins.