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Details Revealed of 65 Metre Baglietto V-Line

Details Revealed of 65 Metre Baglietto V-Line

Italian yard Baglietto has revealed more details about its 65 metre addition to the V-Line at the Monaco Yacht Show.

Designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design, the yacht was first presented at the Monaco Yacht Show last year but details remained sparse.

Key exterior features include a vertical bow and “modern and unique “ stern styling. The yacht takes inspiration from the subtle retro style of the Baglietto superyacht _Adler, _delivered in 1987. The 65 metre yacht also features large windows camouflaged by a darkening film for maximum privacy.

Inside, the main deck features a large central lobby area illuminated from the light of the glass skylights and leads into dining area big enough to seat a party of 12 guests.

Accommodation on board is for a total of 12 guests in four lower deck guest cabins, a VIP on the main deck and the master cabin, which also sits on the main deck. Both the VIP and master have exclusive access to a private gym area. The bow of the lower deck meanwhile has been dedicated to the crew, with the sleeping quarters sitting alongside a crew mess.

Elsewhere, the yacht can accommodate a 10 metre tender in a floodable garage as well as another 5.4 metre rescue tender forward.

The yacht is also equipped with a helipad for touch and go landings, two swimming pools on the upper deck and sun deck and a large aquarium on the main deck.

Various propulsion packages are currently being considered, Baglietto said, while a hybrid option is also available.

Speaking about the project at the Monaco Yacht Show, Baglietto chief executive Michele Gavino said: "Our new 65-meter superyacht was introduced last year only as a concept, and today we are happy to share the progress we have made. This is a project for which we are putting a lot of efforts and focus on both the style and cutting-edge technological solutions.”

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