After the success of motor yachts Andiamo and Silver Fox, Baglietto shipyard announced the sale of the 48-meter T-Line, hull no. 10233 to a South American Owner. Project no. 10233 is a flagship model of the Baglietto T-Line.
During this project, the shipyard, designer Francesco Paszkowski, and her very experienced Owner, who has great knowledge and expertise in yachting, worked closely together on adding stylistic and functional improvements that enhance the value of a well-established platform.
The vessel has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. It offers incredible volumes and outside areas that are both exquisite and unique – including a vast 140-square-meter sun deck. The stern has a fantastic pool with tanning beds. Still, those looking for soothing shadows can unwind by the roll-bar and lunch area, which has a coffee-bar, barbecue grill, and refrigerator, and is directly connected to the galley thanks to a dumb waiter. A wide sun-bathing area is located forward to this deck. The rounded shape of this deck offers a 360-degree view that is enhanced by glass bulwarks. As per the Owner’s request, a crystal lift connects the decks, including the sun deck.
Compared to her two sisterships, this model has a different layout for the upper deck, which offers more space to the sky lounge and extends to the outside thanks to a semi-circular window. This layout creates a winter garden that houses a comfortable dining table for 12 guests. The large, full-height windows with no obstructions both on this deck and the main deck allow natural light to enter and provide a direct connection to the sea. Another exciting feature is the lower deck’s layout, which includes two large double cabins that can be transformed into four double cabins thanks to a sliding partition wall. This feature was explicitly requested by the Owner, who now has three real master suites. Finally, the aft 46-square-meter beach area includes a relaxation space and a spa with fully-equipped gym and steam bath. The tenders and two jet skis are found at the bow.
The motorization with MTU 12V2000M72 has been slightly de-rated from the previous model, a choice that highlights the shipyard’s environmental responsibility without losing performance. The yacht can easily cruise at a maximum speed of 15 knots and 11 knots of cruising speed.
The yacht is currently under construction at the shipyard in La Spezia with the supervision of Camper & Nicholsons International New Build Division, as well as the Owner’s technical advisor and project manager. Hull no. 10233 will be delivered to her Owner during the summer of 2021.