Announced in 2017, the 43M Fast HT superyacht is the new luxury yacht created and built by Baglietto: new stunning renderings were improved with unique details and Luxury Safes reveals how marvelous the interior and exterior design of this modern yacht will be. The aluminum luxury yacht will be launched in 2021. Take a look and discover how striking is this nautical masterpiece!
The modern vessel comprises a long, sleek hull with a constant line of windows that give the luxury yacht a contemporary feel. The bulwarks have been dropped to safeguard a smooth profile and the raised pilothouse has been united flawlessly. Furthermore, a new hard top enhances a shaded area to the superyacht sundeck, while the fly deck has been tailored with a nice-size cockpit.
The 141-foot superyacht, which is presently in-build and slated for delivery in 2021, was designed by Francesco Paszkowski, a Florence-based superyacht designer who was tasked with updating Baglietto’s 43M luxury yacht, along with the entire Fast series. These series contain the 125-foot 38M Fast and the 150-foot 46M Fast. Three perfect sailing boats for a luxury lifestyle!
The designer of the upcoming luxury yacht – Francesco Paszkowski – brings the sense of “closer to the sea”. He also added a bigger beach club and introduced a fold-down swim platform to give seafarers easy access to the water. The modern interior design project was reworked in collaboration with Margherita Casprini. They create a modern and relaxing atmosphere with some soft tones of beige and brown in the decor.
The luxury yacht 43M Fast HT is the result of extensive work between Baglietto and Francesco Paszkowksi to ensure that all the Baglietto DNA & heritage is dominant. The 43M Fast HT superyacht is the result of Baglietto‘s experience along with market feedback to offer a unique and exclusive product in this size range.
The new model will feature larger windows, a shaded sundeck, and more interior volume. Inside the luxury yacht, the cabin layout includes a master suite with two side-terraces, two VIP cabins and two twin cabins with Pullman berths.
Source: Robb Report