Baglietto shipyard’s recently launched V-Line, which features yachts between 40 (131’) and 55 (180’) meters in length characterized by very contemporary lines and a vertical bow, keeps growing. The first two vessels, created by two leading Italian design firms, Francesco Paszkowski Design and Hot Lab, have now been joined by two more projects. The design firm Santa Maria Magnolfi has pencilled a 41m (135’) and a 50m (164’), displacement and semi-displacement, steel and light aluminum alloy yachts.
Baglietto 41m V-Line by Santa Maria Magnolfi Design is characterized by sheer line, running uninterruptedly from bow to stern. The yacht’s exteriors can feature huge common areas, totaling more than 300 sqm (3229sqft) divided over 3 decks. The 646 sqft sundeck is occupied by sunbeds and sunbathing area, while the 1668 sqft upper deck features a large C-shaped sofa that overlooks the spacious sunbathing area with a pool, creating a wonderful day area that allows to enjoy life in the open air and take in spectacular views. A wide sunbathing area is also allocated on the main deck aft.
Large, often full-height, glazed surfaces dominate the interiors of Baglietto 41m V-Line. The main deck salon has been designed by making the dining area as the “center of gravity” between the interiors and the outdoor areas, and allowing to use it both as a traditional indoor dining room and, once the glazing dividing the salon from the cockpit is entirely opened, as a deck that opens onto the outside. In this way, the living room has been moved forward, exploiting the available width to the fullest.
Hull engineering on the 41m V-Line has been carried out by Baglietto Engineering Department. The yacht is under 500 tons (340 GRT) and will be equipped with two Cat 32 ACERT engines that will push her to a maximum speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots.