The 46m steel and aluminium displacement yacht follows the trend for Nordic styling that has been established through collaborations between Baglietto and Francesco Paszkowski. The stern features a large - approximately 25sqm - beach club, while the forward technical space is used as a relaxation area for the crew and hosts a 5.5m dinghy, as well as a rescue boat and a jet-ski.
The interior comprises a living area, a dining area, the master stateroom on the main deck and four guest cabins (two doubles and two twins) on the lower deck. Great care has been devoted to ensuring the utmost comfort in the crew quarters too, which feature four twin cabins with en suite bathrooms, a dinette, a kitchen and a laundry, all located on the lower deck, while the captain’s cabin can be found on the upper deck behind the wheelhouse. The spacious galley with cold room is located on the main deck.
Two 3512B Caterpillar engines will power the yacht to a projected maximum speed of approximately 17 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots, with an actual range of 4,500 miles. This yacht falls within the 500GT category and will be classified by the American Bureau of Shipping and in compliance with MCA Standards.
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