Baglietto has unveiled a new range of yacht models during a virtual press conference.
The yard has added a 52 metre displacement superyacht model to its existing TLine range and announced the sale of the first hull, which has already begun construction. A second hull will be built on spec for a 2023 delivery.
The 52 metre TLine yacht will feature an open stern, three-level beach club and large pool that can disappear into the deck for added functionality.
Elsewhere, the design will allow the skylounge on the upper deck tp be opened on three sides while the sundeck and upper deck will be directly connected by a ladder.
The yacht will be equipped with a standard hybrid propulsion package for a range of up to 7,600 nautical miles when cruising in electric diesel mode. The two MTU 16V2000M86 engines meanwhile will provide a top speed of 17 knots and range of 3,600 nautical miles in traditional navigation mode.
During the press conference, the yard also revealed a 48 metre Fast yacht, which will have a max speed of between 20-23 knots depending on the propulsion package, and a 50 metre Superfast yacht.
The Superfast yacht will be equipped with triple engines, two waterjets and a top speed projected to hit 30 knots. All three models have been designed by Francesco Paszkowski.
Introducing the models, chief commercial officer Fabio Ermetto said: “What all the yachts have in common is the designer. There is only one designer able to represent Baglietto.”
Speaking about the Superfast yacht, Paszkowski said the “emphasis will be on the impression of power and performance” with a cockpit “more Formula One than yacht”.