Started on spec, a Baglietto megayacht could be cruising with you onboard a year from now. She’s a Baglietto 48M, measuring 157 feet.
Previously referred to as a T-Line project, the Baglietto 48M is also known as hull number 10228. She’s relatively traditional in looks (which explains the T-Line designation). She features styling by Francesco Paszkowski Design, with a hardtop lending some sporty appeal. The overall design further pays homage to past Baglietto projects. In fact, she’s a sistership of the newly delivered Andiamo.
Coming in just under 500 gross tons, the Baglietto 48M bears a steel hull. Therefore, leisurely cruising is a focus. Twin Caterpillar diesel engines should allow her to achieve a top speed of 16 knots. Best cruising speed should be 12 knots.
Additionally important, Baglietto and the design team are emphasizing elbow-room-friendly guest spaces. For example, the sundeck alone is about 1,506 square feet (140 square meters). Besides enjoying lunch or dinner up here, you can take a dip in the pool. That is, if you decide not to take advantage of the beach club’s proximity to the water.
Speaking of the beach club, you’ll find a mix of lounging spaces. While a typical saloon-like setting should take priority, a steam room in here should also be popular. That isn’t all. The Baglietto 48M includes a gym in the beach club, too.
With accommodations for 12 spread between the main and lower decks, the megayacht has an overall 3,767 square feet of conversation and relaxation areas inside and outside.
Note, too, that you can still personalize the interior decor.
The Baglietto 48M is complying with Lloyd’s classification as well.