Boatbuilder Baglietto revealed the T60, penciled by Francesco Paszkowski Design – a new, revolutionary top-of-the-range yacht. 60 meters long and weighing around 1,000 GT, the vessel is the evolution of the triumphant T52, for which the shipyard has already secured 6 orders.
The yacht doesn’t have any enclosed spaces: the floor-to-ceiling windows of both the main salon and the upper deck open up completely and, once fully concealed, create new environments. During the day informal areas allow to spend time outdoors and enjoy the sea to the fullest and they are easily converted to take on a more formal and stately ambiance in the evening. The beach area, the main salon and the dining area are designed as one single free-flowing space. A60 sq. m beach lounge boasts a swimming pool, a bar and a conversation area. The main salon can be opened via an elegant staircase. The resulting space is an almost 100 sq. m space developing on two levels plus the dining room.
Located on the main deck and accessed from a lobby located amidships, the master stateroom features an en-suite night area, a private lounge and a fixed balcony that can be enjoyed at best even while cruising. The shipyard also proposes an alternative configuration, with the entire upper deck transformed into Owner’s Deck. Guests can stay in four – 2 VIP and 2 guest – cabins located on the lower deck. Forward on the same deck are also the crew quarters, sleeping 11 crew members in 6 cabins, while the captain’s cabin is on the upper deck, behind the wheelhouse.
The entire under-lower deck features various technical areas: the storage room, wine cellar, baggage compartment and cold rooms. On the upper deck are a lounge area and a dining area as well as a hot tub and a sunbathing area. A touch-and-go helipad is positioned at the bow.
The sundeck extends over 165 sq. m terrace offering a 360° sea view. The garage, which can fit a 23″ tender, 2 jet skis and a rescue tender, has been arranged forward on the main deck, while an haute-cuisine kitchen can be found in the central part of the vessel.
The T60 is fitted with two CAT C32 ACERT engines that will drive her to a maximum speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots and is pre-fitted for hybrid propulsion, available upon request.
The shipyard will soon begin the construction on speculation of the first T60, with delivery scheduled for the end of 2025.
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