Bluegame has just splashed in the multi world and, as usual, has done it big-time. Presented at the last Cannes Yachting Festival, the BGM75 is the first model in the new BGM range. (Here all our posts about Bluegame)
This will be a parallel segment as it is so much of a departure from what is already present on the multihull market. In fact, the models are really motoryachts that just happen to have two hulls rather than one.
BGM75: an unconventional multihull
The ratio between length and beam, the layout, a full-beam master cabin, compact mooring requirements and a very soft ride on the waves make them much closer to a monohull. That said, the BGM75 has the great stability, impressive volumes and fuel efficiency of a multi.
The ultra-efficient hulls were designed by the legendary Philippe Briand, of course. The Volvo IPS adopted has been optimised too and the new models requires 50% less power than a monohull of the same volume.
Add in carbon-fibre for the hulls and lightweight materials in all the non-structural areas and furnishings, and fuel savings are guaranteed.
The exteriors are penned by Zuccon International Project headed by Martina and Bernardo Zuccon, while the interiors are the work of Piero Lissoni.