13 October 2020
The new BGX60 joins Zuccon International’s Bluegame range, based on an idea by Luca Santella, and offers all the functionality of the larger BGX70.
The main characteristics of BGX60 are the flexibility of her onboard spaces, the seamless contact with the water, and constant interaction between indoor and outdoor settings.
The new Bluegame BGX60 was a result of typological research that unites the Rome-based firm and Bluegame in the creation of typological scenarios and onboard lifestyles that break with tradition.
Bernardo Zuccon describes the origins of the project like this: “After the successful launch of the BGX70, it came naturally for us to think about designing a range. Bluegame is a concept developed around a ‘marine philosophy’ that considers people and their experience of onboard spaces as key development drivers.
“The boat is seen as a structured and flexible container of living experiences, where the spaces are broken down to offer different perspectives and adapt to reflect the owner’s needs”.
The BGX60 represents continuity for the Bluegame yacht range, based on an idea by Luca Santella, who as an architect and former Olympic athlete.
All the style and functional content generated by this idea is retained and proposed again on a smaller scale.
The exterior lines, in particular, show a clear family feeling, not least in the desire to preserve stylistic hallmarks like the open stern with tender on view.
Turning to the layout, the designers have worked to scale down the content and concepts that were so powerful on the BGX70, the main challenge being to ensure the same wealth of information of the previous model, but in smaller dimensions.
Key to this was designing the day area on two different levels linked by an interior stairway, creating two different living areas.
Martina Zuccon commented: “With the creation of two different living areas on two different decks, plus two service stairways leading to the various interior areas, the result is an extremely flexible onboard living experience, with different settings that coexist in harmony, offering the owner and guests a series of encounters with a variety of outdoor and indoor ‘living spaces’ as they move around on board.”
The hull is made of fibreglass, while interiors feature fabrics, leather and wood, with a soft colour palette.