Baglietto’s construction of the hull no. 10225 is right on schedule, according to the program that will be launched next spring. The new 55-meter hull is part of Baglietto’s traditional platform (the T-Line) designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design.
The vessel’s soft and sleek lines reflect Baglietto’s traditional Italian style, and, together with the lowered gunwales and side air vents, will embody the Seagull brand’s unmistakable aesthetic features. Francesco Paszkowski designed the warm and cozy interior in collaboration with architect Margherita Casprini.
The layout, which is set up perfectly for charter with a total of six cabins, was developed through the strong cooperation between the Client, the Shipyard and Francesco Paszkowski Design.
The main deck is dedicated to the Family. It has a vast master suite with a central bed, a secluded office and a walk-in closet. Two guest cabins for the family members are located on the same deck as well. The central lobby hosts a panoramic lift in marble which connects the three decks. The main saloon aft at the entrance offers an in and out area with an elegant space enclosed by a glass window that can be completely opened. The dining area with a central round table completes the main deck layout.
On the lower deck, there are two additional guest cabins, with the crew area next to the professional galley. The crew’s quarters include crew mess and six crew cabins all with ensuite heads. The captain’s cabin is on the upper deck next to the modern wheelhouse, which has an integrated system provided by Telemar.
One more guest cabin is located on the upper deck, which has a multifunctional space furnished with a sofa and two Pullman beds. This area can easily become a playroom or a massage room as required. The interior layout is complete with a living room, conversation area and gaming table. Outside, always on the upper deck, you can find a dining table for ten with a bar and relax area located aft.
The sun deck, a Baglietto trademark, is astonishing: 150 sqm of al fresco space entirely devoted to gatherings and outdoor activities. The stern offers a vast sunbathing area with freestanding sunbeds, while a relax area is located under the shadows of the roll bar. The two pop-up tables can transform this space into a cozy dining spot. There is also a swimming pool and bar on this deck.
The placement of the tender and toys in the foredeck allows more space to be dedicated to the Beach Club, which has double access. The Beach Club offers 55 sqm of space to relax with a steam shower, bar and an additional area perfect for a gym and spa. The Beach Club faces the sea, ideal for those tranquil moments on the water.
The yacht is certified with the maximum class by Lloyd’s Register of Shipping and has received two Caterpillar engines 3516C DITA, which push her at a maximum speed of 17 knots and cruising speed of 12 knots.
To date, there are five yachts under construction at the modern La Spezia shipyard: the hull 10225 designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design; a 43-meter Fast Line HT; a 54-meter craft and a 40-meter vessel to be delivered in 2020, both with exteriors designed by Horacio Bozzo and interiors by Hot Lab and Achille Salvagni, respectively; and the production on speculation of a third 48-meter model in the T-Line, which will be the sister ship of the Silver Fox and is expected to be delivered in October 2020.