Interior of 48m Baglietto Hull 10233 Revealed
by Miranda Blazeby
The yard has teamed up with Visionnaire on the design and focused on the brief which called for the "same level of comfort" of residential interiors on board.
Overall the design has been described as "simple, clean and contemporary" with a "strong personality". The colours of the decor contrast with the upholstery of the furnishings and fixed elements of the fittings, seen specifically in the dark délabré brass suspended ceiling and the light-coloured wood flooring.
Living and dining areas have been decorated in soft and neutral shades. The owner's cabin has been described as "contemporary" and is populated with furniture from the most recent Visionnaire collections and fabric wallpaper. The three VIP cabins on the lower deck meanwhile feature wood and marble panels and fabric wallpaper in different colours to give each a distinct personality.
Speaking about the project, Visionnaire chief executive Andrea Gentilini said the company had worked in "perfect synergy" with Baglietto.
He added: "It has been an important project. While on the one hand it has confirmed the long-standing bespoke capacity of the Visionnaire brand, together with the excellence of our typically Italian savoir faire, it also shows our natural passion for design and our penchant for putting ourselves to the test with other operations in the luxury sector.”
It comes after the yard announced in August that the yacht had arrived at its La Spezia facility for outfitting.
Hull 10233 is the sistership of superyachts Andiamo and Silver Fox, and the third in Baglietto’s flagship T-Line series. Exterior design comes courtesy of Francesco Paszkowski Design. The yacht is due for a spring 2021 delivery.
Built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the yacht offers “impressive volumes and unique outside areas” said the yard. Other features include a 140 square metre sun deck, a vast beach club, and large full-height windows on both the main and upper deck. She can accommodate up to 12 people with a crew of nine.
Power will come from twin 2250hp Caterpillar C32 Acert engines offering a maximum speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots.
The announcement follows the recent launch of Baglietto’s 55 metre Severin’s in July 2019. Other yachts currently under construction at the Italian yard include the 54 metre Project 231, a 43 metre Fast and a 46 metre Fast.