THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SIGNATURE MODEL BAGLIETTO 43M FAST HT IS PROCEEDING AS PLANNED

The restyling of Baglietto’s FAST line by Francesco Paszkowski Design represents the perfect combination of the brand’s iconic design DNA and the dynamic aesthetics of a range that includes various model from 38m to 46m in length.

 

The all-aluminum 43m FAST HT is a signature model in the Baglietto range and it displays all the same styling cues as her larger sister of 46m Lucky Me. The restyled version features lower bulwarks (as already presented aboard Lucky Me), larger windows and significantly increased volumes.

 

The hard top provides a shaded area on the flybridge, while the shortened superstructure allows space for a comfortable sunbed area on the main deck aft with two-fold-down side terraces that open onto the sea. Two side terraces are also part of the spacious Owner’s suite which includes an exclusive and private Owner’s area featuring a relax room and dressing while plenty of natural light is granted by the two skylights in the upper deck.

 

Spacious accommodation is provided for up to 10 guests in the lower deck which includes two VIP cabins and two guests cabin with twins and pullman beds. A huge galley and very comfortable crew quarters with crew mess are located forward on this deck.

 

A fold-down swim platform hosting a beach club and lounge area is located aft.

 

The yacht is powered with 2 MTU engines 12V4000 allowing a comfortable cruising speed of 24 knots and a maximum speed of 26 knots.

 

The Baglietto hull no. 10226 is currently under construction and available for sale with delivery in 2021.

 

To date, there are four yachts under construction at Baglietto’s modern La Spezia shipyard: a 43-meter HT Fast Line to be delivered in 2021; a 54-meter craft and a 40-meter vessel to be delivered in 2020, both with exteriors designed by Horacio Bozzo and interiors by Hot Lab and Achille Salvagni, respectively; and the production of a third 48-meter T-Line model just sold to a South American Owner to be delivered in 2021.

 

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