The third hull in the Sanlorenzo SX88 series of 26.76 metre motor yachts has been launched in Ameglia, the Italian yard has announced.
First presented at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2017, this new crossover range made its American debut last month at the Miami Yacht Show 2018 where hull number two was displayed.
Due for delivery before the end of the month, the third SX88 features a four-cabin layout, offering accommodation for up to eight guests split across a master suite on the main deck and three further cabins below decks. What’s more, the lower deck galley frees up more space for socialising in the open-plan saloon.
The interior décor has been customised to suit the owner’s tastes, with dark painted Tanganyika listels on all of the interior walls marking the transition between the key areas on board. The custom interior furnishings were developed in collaboration with leading Italian brands and adapted to suit the demands of life at sea.
Power comes from a triple 800hp Volvo Penta IPS1050 set-up that allows for a top speed of 23 knots out on the open water.
Ten further hulls of the SX88 are currently under construction, the Italian yard adds, and the SX range is set to expand with a 24 metre and a 30 metre version on the drawing board.
Italian yard Baglietto has released its latest concept, a 50 metre V-Line developed in collaboration with the Santa Maria Magnolfi studio.
The fifth motor yacht concept to stem from this partnership, the V-Line 50 was unveiled earlier this week at the Dubai International Boat Show(February 27), sporting a curvaceous, aerodynamic superstructure and a semi-displacement hull.
The yard added that the inspiration for this new design was the super-fast Chato, which was delivered by Baglietto back in 1986, although no engine installation details or performance figures were disclosed.
Accommodation on board the Baglietto V-Line 50 is for up to 12 guests split across six cabins, including a main deck master suite that measures 60 square metres and includes its own private office. The optional VIP cabin, situated amidships on the main deck, can be replaced with a superyacht gym, while four lower deck cabins complete the guest layout.
Key features include a walkaround skylounge, a raised observation deck and a sheltered cockpit with a C-shaped wrap of seating facing aft — ideal for enjoying a cocktail or a light snack as the sun goes down.
Tender storage has been thoroughly thought through as well, with an aft garage that can hold a six-metre tender and a foredeck locker that is large enough for a 3.5 metre RIB.
Baglietto is currently building four superyachts ranging from 43 to 55 metres. The next model scheduled to launch is the second hull in the T-Line 48 series, Project 10228, which is due to debut in September.
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