One hundred twenty-five feet (38 meters) may seem small to some people, but for one particular owner, the size is just perfect. This owner has commissioned a 38M V-Line from Baglietto, looking forward to delivery in springtime in two years. It’s also the first contract of the year for the Italian shipyard.
The megayacht bears the hull number 10235, remaining confidential name-wise for now. Regardless, like other projects in the Baglietto V-Line, which goes up to a 65M model, she features styling by Francesco Paszkowski Design. Particularly noteworthy exterior-design foundations include a plumb bow and the ever-popular full-height glass along the main and upper decks.
A trideck motoryacht, this Baglietto 38M V-Line has a healthy beam of 29 feet (8.9 meters). Therefore, the owner and guests should find the accommodations feel relatively capacious. Those accommodations follow familiar patterns, with all four guest staterooms below decks, and the master forward on the main deck. The master suite further includes an office. Even the galley and crew’s quarters follow tradition, too. Cooking will take place on the main deck, while crew cabins and the crew mess are forward below decks. And, even the captain’s cabin is in the typical location aft of the wheelhouse.
Of course, because owners and guests aren’t the only ones who enjoy the sun and fresh breezes while cruising, this Baglietto 38M V-Line has a second helm on the sundeck. Once the yacht reaches her destination, the owner’s party will surely enjoy lunches, lounging, and soaking in the hot tub up here. They’ll also enjoy spending time in the beach club, which additionally has a gym. The beach club also has two fold-down side platforms, making it easy for watersports enthusiasts to climb aboard or disembark toys. Speaking of toys, the primary tender, measuring 18 feet (5.5 meters) long, stows forward of the wheelhouse.
With naval architecture by Baglietto’s own in-house department, this 38M V-Line should see a top speed of 18 knots. Power will come from twin Caterpillar ACERT C32B engines.
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