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News: A Look At The Second Baglietto 48M Due In July

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  1. Inside Glimpse Of The Second Baglietto 48-meter Due In July
    The second Baglietto 48-meter from the T-Line is on its way for launching in next month. The yacht is going to be available for sale and here is a look of the interior proposal. She will be a similar design and hull to the first example named "Andiamo". The new hull is being built under hull number 10228 with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. A pair of CAT 3512 C DITA SCAC engines are onboard powering her and will realize a 16-knot top speed. She should have a range of 4,500 nautical miles at a continuous 12-knots.
  2. The interior is a clash of styles mixing contemporary and even eclectic flair for what you see displayed below. Gold and Bronze tones serve as accents in the interior contrasted with Italian Walnut and Canaletto nut. White fabrics and other materials line the walls and ceilings. The interiors or nice but the exterior deck areas are inviting as well. Hull 10228 will be host to twelve when completed.
  3. One of these areas will be the beach club located at the transom/aft lower deck. As depicted in the render below, the beach club allows for direct access to the water and full relaxation. Large sofa, head facilities, a small bar can serve drinks for this area. Of course the area is expanded when the transom door is opened out horizontally allowing for loungers and tables to be arranged. This new yacht is going to make her public debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival and the Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) in September.

    For more information:

    Baglietto Shipyard
    via Lorenzini 4
    20139 Milano Italy
    P.IVA 11746180154
    www.baglietto.com

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