Baglietto, the new T60 unveiled in Monaco

Baglietto at the MYS presents the T60 by Francesco Paszkowski Design, a revolutionary new top of the range evolution of the iconic seagull brand’s traditional line.

Baglietto today unveiled its latest 60m project at the customary press event during the MYS: the T60 represents the top of the range of the seagull brand, from which it takes up the legacy of the timeless lines signed by Francesco Paszkowski Design, reinterpreting them in a contemporary and avant-garde key.

A 60-metre, 1000 GT vessel, the T60 is the natural evolution of the T52, for which the yard already boasts no less than six orders without having launched the first unit yet. The soft lines are made even more streamlined thanks to the lightened side powers that seem almost “suspended” as they merge into the structure of the ceiling, while the black glass strip encompassing the portholes, by now a leitmotif of the latest Baglietto yachts, enhances the slender effect.

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The layout

The layout is innovative, where there are no closed spaces: full-height windows are in both the main saloon and the upper deck. Informal spaces during the day, open to the sea and outdoor life, are transformed into more formal and representative spaces in the evening, maintaining direct contact with the sea.

Beach area, main salon, and dining area are in fact conceived as a single interconnected space: a 60-square metre beach lounge with marble pool, bar area, and conversation area welcomes guests on arrival and accompanies them to the main salon, which can be completely opened up, thanks to an exposed “Vanvitellian” staircase. The result is an environment on 2 levels of almost 100 square metres, plus the dining room with a glass window that can be fully opened, an extraordinary living area at water level to be enjoyed both by day and by night.

Cabins

The owner is allocated a suite on the main deck that is accessed from a mid-ship lobby where there is also a crystal lift. The suite includes a sleeping area with bathroom, private sitting area and a fixed terrace that can also be enjoyed while sailing. Alternatively, the shipyard also offers the option of a configuration that dedicates the upper deck to the Owner’s deck.

Guest accommodation includes 4 cabins – 2 VIP and 2 guests – on the lower deck. In the bow, on this same deck, is also the crew quarters for 11 crew in 6 cabins while the captain is accommodated behind the wheelhouse on the upper deck.

The entire under-lower deck is intended for technical spaces: storage, wine cellar, luggage storage and cold rooms find their privileged environment here.

Upper deck and socialising areas

The upper deck offers a lounge and dining area that can also be transformed thanks to the windows that open on three sides. A Jacuzzi and a sunbathing area complete the layout of this deck. At the bow, the touch and go landing strip for the helicopter cannot be missed.

The 165 square metre deck offers a terrace with a 360° view of the sea: in the centre of the ship there is a dining and bar area in the shade of the radar mast, a conversation area in the bow, and a large swimming pool in the stern provides the ideal space for socialising.

The garage, capable of accommodating a 23” tender as well as 2 jet skis and a rescue tender, is located forward of the main deck while a galley for haute cuisine is located amidships.

The yacht is powered by 2 CAT C32 ACERT engines capable of propelling the vessel to a maximum speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots. The vessel is prepared and can also be equipped with hybrid propulsion if required.

The yard will soon start building the first T60 in speculation with delivery scheduled for 2026.

(Baglietto, the new T60 presented in Monaco – barchemagazine.com – September 2022)