A Bahamas-friendly draft and a welcoming, almost residential-like interior make the owners of Club M happy with their first custom yacht. Thanks to this onboard look, you can virtually experience a slice of their life onboard.
The American owners commissioned the yacht, a.k.a. Baglietto hull 10232 while in build, after clearly doing their homework on what suited their cruising goals. At 131 feet (40 meters) LOA, Club M stands out in a sea of semi-custom craft. Some are sleek like she is, a raised-pilothouse design from the drawing boards of Horacio Bozzo Design. However, a firm “must” on the owners’ priority list was low sound levels, specifically about 40 decibels at the 18-knot top speed. Few, if any, semi-custom shipyards strive for that, the equivalency of being in a library.
The practically whisper-quiet environment pairs well with the serene saloon and other areas the owners designed with Achille Salvagni. Renowned for his residential work, the designer, as you will see, introduces lovely curves where walls and soles meet. Settees capable of accommodating a crowd are sinuous in nature, too. Altogether, the shapes and materials like eucalyptus and parchment create a comfortableness and coziness sure to add to happy summer days spent in the Med and elsewhere.
Horacio Bozzo Design horaciobozzo.com
Achille Salvagni Architetti salvagniarchitetti.net