Baglietto has announced today the sale of a new 41m yacht pencilled by Francesco Paszkowski Design. This hull – no. 10242 – will give birth to SUPERFAST 41 and represents for the La Spezia-based boat builder, the second success of this season, having recently sold also the second DOM 133 (as it was revealed last week).
The latest order secured by Baglietto is for an aluminium fast open yacht, with both interiors and exteriors designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design. The yacht features a bold, streamlined profile, with the champagne shade of the hull making her beauty even more striking. All cabins have been arranged on the lower deck: the master cabin is located amidships, the VIP cabin – also a double – can be found forward, while the two guest cabins have single beds that can easily slide and be converted into double beds. On the same deck, closer to the stern, are the crew quarters. Located beside the engine room and conveniently accessible directly from the main deck, they include the captain’s cabin and 2 double cabins for the crew, as well as the galley with dinette. The aft garage, which opens on one side, is used to store a tender.
The main deck has been devised in such a way as to ensure a harmonious continuum between interior and exterior areas. Two sliding doors, one located aft and the other on a side, provide access to the dining area and to the conversation area of the main salon. The latter is brightened by the natural light flowing through two ceiling-high windows, which also ensure a wonderfully close contact with the sea even when living indoors. The pilot station can be found forward of the main salon. The outdoor aft cockpit hosts a lounge area, while the sunbathing area on the aft swimming platform is perfect to relax by the sea. Another sunbathing area and a second conversation area have been set up at the extreme bow of this modern, impressively functional yacht.
A second pilot station, with a pleasant relaxation area just behind it, can be found on the fly bridge. Fitted with 3 MTU 12V2000 M97 engines, this yacht can reach an impressive maximum speed of 33 knots and a cruising speed of 28 knots. She will be classified with ABS and is expected to be delivered in 2023.
“We are particularly pleased about this new order – comments Baglietto’s CCO Fabio Ermetto – which confirms our world leadership in the construction of aluminium yachts above 35 metres in length. Our vessels stand out for their strong personality – which stems, among other things, from their very high level of customisation – and their equally impressive performances. This project – adds Ermetto – marks another chapter in Baglietto’s long history of success in the segment of high-performing yachts, a segment in which we have always strongly believed and been pioneers.”