A disappearing beach club! What’s not to like about that? Baglietto T52 superyacht, part of the shipyard’s sporty T-Line series, flaunts a hybrid propulsion system allowing the owner to switch between cruising modes. And that’s not even the best part. The 170 feet yacht, penned by Francesco Paszkowski Design, will include an open beach club across three levels.
The yacht will have a rather generous swimming pool that can be hidden as the floor will effectively cover the pool when it’s not in use by the touch of a button, making room for other activities. Socializing is most enjoyable on the dedicated upper deck, boasting expansive floor-to-ceiling windows open on three sides.
Not only is it an absolute pleasure to wine and dine in the space, but the 78-foot sundeck (a feat on a vessel this size) also offers unmatched views for dessert.
Regarding the new launch, Baglietto’s CCO Fabio Ermetto said: “This is a very much awaited-for moment. Seeing one of our vessels touch the water is always incredibly exciting for us, but when this happens with the first one in a new line, the excitement is even greater.” Speaking of excitement, Baglietto’s T52 will set a new benchmark for clean cruising. Hull 10238 is the first in the series to be fitted with a hybrid propulsion system. It ensures the vessel cruises more efficiently while reducing consumption and environmental impact. “Hull 10238 is the first model in this line to mount a hybrid propulsion system, marking a crucial step also in terms of research and development in our shipyard’s path towards sustainable yachting – a path Baglietto is pursuing with firm determination,” added Fabio Ermetto.
The T52 can reach up to 7,600 nautical miles and achieve a maximum speed of 17 knots and a range of 3,600 nautical miles in traditional navigation mode.