The T60 project features the design talents of Francesco Paszkowski and is based on the same lines as the T52, the largest yacht currently in production at the shipyard. Construction will be started on speculation at the beginning of next year.
"On this vessel, the soft exterior lines of her predecessor have become even sleeker thanks to the lighter side buttresses that almost seem to be "hanging" on the water, blending in with the outer ceiling, while the black glass stripe incorporating the portholes results in an even more streamlined profile," the shipyard said.
Floor-to-ceiling windows that feature on both the main saloon and the upper deck have the ability to be opened fully and concealed to create a vast indoor-outdoor space. Other features include a 60 square metre beach lounge featuring a swimming pool, bar and lounge, that leads to the main saloon via a staircase. The resulting effect is 100 square metres of outdoor space spread across two levels.
The owner's suite is positioned on the main deck and can be accessed via a glass lift, but the shipyard also offers a second configuration where the upper deck is dedicated solely to the owner's apartment. The remaining guest accommodation is configured as two VIP and two guest cabins located on the lower deck. Further accommodation sleeps a crew of 11.
The upper deck has Jacuzzi and sunbathing area but guests will find themselves drawn to the sun deck where a 165 square metre terrace offers a central dining table, a bar and a swimming pool with 360-degree views.
A helicopter landing pad allows guests to come and go as they please in total privacy, or alternatively, a tender garage houses two tenders and a jet ski forward on the main deck.
The T60 is equipped with two CAT C32 ACERT engines that will push her to a maximum speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots. A hybrid propulsion system can be installed at the request of the owner.
Baglietto has already secured six orders for the T52 and hull number one is expected to be launched in 2023.