WORK IN PROGRESS | BAGLIETTO 65
By Mary Hegarty and Désirée Sormani
Presented as a concept at last year’s MYS, the new Baglietto 65 returned this year as an actual project. Penned by Francesco Paszkowski, it is a powerful melding of past and present. The roll bar recalls Baglietto’s great classics like Adler which the designer took as his inspiration.
The plumb bow and innovative transom, on the other hand, are very much contemporary styling references. The Baglietto 65’s profile is a mix of soft lines and more powerful cues with large windows beautifully camouflaged into the structure using a special privacy film. The design philosophy underpinning the 65m T-Line is the powerful light-water connection revealed in many of the aesthetic choices aboard: from full-height windows on the main and upper decks to the pool on the upper deck which has a transparent bottom and overlooks a large aquarium on the main deck. The large central lobby also has natural light filtering in through the skylights on the flying bridge. There is even a real glass-enclosed winter garden on the main deck which means guests can sit and chat even in bad weather.
This yacht has six staterooms, four of which are on the lower deck.