Italian superyacht builder, Baglietto has confirmed that 46m hull 10221 is due to be launched in just over a month. The launch will be the official introduction of Baglietto’s new FAST line, which was first introduced at the 2015 Monaco Yacht Show.
Baglietto has identified the completion of the 46m as 'a transition into the modern superyacht market', whilst ensuring continuity with the brand’s roots. This is also the result of Baglietto’s successful collaboration with Francesco Paszkowski Design.
The new 46m FAST yacht has a streamlined bow, and rakish lines which have a sportier appearance in comparison to the previous aluminium planing yachts, to which Baglietto owes its historical success. The slender shape of the hull is enhanced by the trapeze and rectangular window arrangement on different levels.
Throughout the design phase, great care was devoted to maximising the exterior spaces. Therefore, the aft area of the upper deck has been left open.
The interior styling of the FAST 46m has also been left in the capable hands of the Paszkowski Design firm and architect Margherita Casprini. This design collaboration has resulted in a contemporary finish alternating between the warm shades of rosewood and the colder white lacquered ceiling and side panels.
Owner's cabin under construction
Hull 10221 will be the second launch of 2016 for the Italian shipyard after the 54m superyacht, Hull 10219, in January. Baglietto currently has seven yachts under construction and will deliver the 54 and 46m this year.
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