Baglietto has revealed their new 55-metre motor yacht Severin°s, which hit the water for the first time at the La Spezia shipyard. The owner and his family and friends, the yacht crew and the owner’s representative from Edmiston were present and witnessed the launch of hull 10225, which features an exterior design by Francesco Paszkowski Design.
Joining Baglietto’s range of T-Line models also designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design, Severin°s features a six stateroom layout for up to ten guests decorated to the designs of Francesco Paszkowski Design in collaboration with architect Margherita Casprini. Designed to suit charter, the layout includes a main deck dedicated to the owner with the owner’s suite, walk-in wardrobe and private office, plus two additional guests cabins. Guests also have the option to convert the multifunctional upper-deck stateroom into a playroom or massage room as required.
Connected by a panoramic elevator, the three-deck superyacht offers a large 150-square-metre sun deck with dining and sunbed space, plus a swimming pool and bar. The placement of the tender and toys in the foredeck has allowed for a 55-square-metre beach club with steam shower, bar, and an additional gym and spa area.
Commenting on the launch, Baglietto CEO Michele Gavino explained: “This was a historic and emotional day. Not only did we welcome such a beautiful yacht, the biggest ever built by Baglietto in its recent history, but we also saw the history of the shipyard before our very eyes.”
“The unveil of a new yacht is always an extraordinary moment in a shipyard’s life,” he added. “It is a special moment focused on the yacht; her owner, who I thank for the trust given to us; and all the people that made this dream a reality.”
Certified by the highest class from Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Severin°s is powered by twin Caterpillar 3516C DITA engines, which can push her to a maximum speed of 17 knots and cruising speed of 12 knots.
To date, there are four yachts under construction at Baglietto: a 43-metre HT Fast Line, a 54-meter craft and a 40-metre vessel to be delivered in 2020, both with exteriors designed by Horacio Bozzo and interiors by Hot Lab and Achille Salvagni, respectively; and a third 48-metre model in the T-Line built on speculation, which will be the sister ship of Silver Fox and is expected to be delivered in October 2020.