Baglietto greets the 2020 Miami Boat Show with the sale of the hull no. 10235,
a 38m new V-Line project
La Spezia, 14 February 2020 – The new yachting year of Baglietto opens with the sale of a brand new build of 38m V-Line.
Straight bow, aluminum hull and superstructure, the shipyard’s project no. 10235 bears the signature of Francesco Paszkowski Design on a brand new fast-displacement naval platform designed by the shipyard. In fact, thanks to the new enhanced version of the Caterpillar ACERT C32 B E Rating engines, the boat is able to reach a maximum speed of 18 knots with a generous beam of 8,90m and a tri-deck configuration.
This new 38m superyacht model in the Baglietto V-Line opens a new line presented at the Monaco Yacht Show in September with her bigger sistership being 65m.
The extensive use of glass with full-height windows in the main deck and upper deck is certainly the main feature of this new project. The profile alternates soft lines at the stern with more powerful sections in the bow with large windows perfectly integrated into the structure. The volume is also significant thanks to a beam of 8.90m.
The layout is traditional and includes 4 guest cabins on the lower deck and the full-beam owner’s suite on the main deck including office and walk-in closet. Aft of the master you will find the main salon and galley, which is equipped for haute cuisine, while the crew accommodations and crew mess are forward on the lower deck. The captain’s cabin is instead placed on the upper deck behind the modern and fully integrated wheelhouse by Telemar. In addition, there is a second pilot station that is located on the sun deck. The sun deck is also dedicated to open air life complete with alfresco dining, bar and a sunbathing area with a jacuzzi.
Aft of the beach area, lit by natural light penetrating from the stern windows and skylights, includes a gym and lounge area that provides a double side access (also useful for hauling and launching jet skis). A 5.5m tender instead, is placed at the bow of the wheelhouse on the upper deck
Delivery is scheduled for spring 2022.