05 October 2022
During the traditional meeting with the press at the Monaco Yacht Show, Baglietto unveiled its latest 60-metre project: the T60 is the Seagull brand’s new top-of-the-range yacht, which inherits the timeless lines penned by Francesco Paszkowski Design.
At 60 metres long and weighing around 1,000 gross tonnes, the T60 is the natural evolution of the incredibly successful T52, for which the shipyard has already secured six orders without having launched the first hull yet.
On this vessel, the soft exterior lines of her predecessor have become even sleeker thanks to the lighter side buttresses that almost seem to be hanging on the water, blending in with the outer ceiling.
The black glass stripe incorporating the portholes, a leitmotiv on Baglietto’s most recent yachts, results in an even more streamlined profile.
The layout is brand-new and overturns the long-established rules that juxtapose sea and land, interiors and exteriors, formal and informal, day areas and night areas.
There are no enclosed spaces on this yacht: the floor-to-ceiling windows of both the main saloon and the upper deck open up completely and, once fully concealed, create new, ever-changing environments that harmonise with the surrounding landscape.
The same informal areas that during the day allow for time outdoors are easily converted to take on a more formal ambience in the evening, always maintaining direct contact with the sea.
On this innovative vessel, the beach area, main saloon and dining area have been thought out as one single, free-flowing space – a 60-square-metre beach lounge, featuring a swimming pool, bar and conversation area.
It welcomes guests on board and leads them to the main saloon, which can be completely opened, with an elegant staircase.
The resulting space develops across two levels plus the dining room, also fitted with glazed surfaces that can be fully opened to create an extraordinary area for guests to relax.
The owner has a suite on the main deck, accessed from a lobby located amidships, where a glass lift can be found. This master stateroom features an ensuite night area, a private lounge and a fixed balcony.
The shipyard also proposes an alternative configuration, with the entire upper deck transformed into owner’s deck.
Guests will find accommodation in four – two VIP and two guest – cabins located on the lower deck.
Forward on the same deck are the crew quarters, sleeping 11 crew members in six cabins, while the captain’s cabin is on the upper deck behind the wheelhouse.
The entire under-lower deck houses the various technical areas: the storage room, wine cellar, baggage compartment and cold rooms.
On the upper deck are a lounge area and dining area – also fully convertible thanks to windows that open up completely on three sides – as well as a hot tub and a sunbathing area. At the bow is a touch-and-go helipad.
The sundeck, which over the years has become the hallmark of Baglietto yachts, extends over an unmatched 165-square-metre terrace offering a 360-degree sea view.
It features a dining table and bar located amidships, sheltered by the radar mast, a forward lounge area, and a huge aft pool.
The garage, which can fit a 23-foot tender, two jet skis and a rescue tender, has been arranged forward on the main deck, while an haute-cuisine kitchen can be found in the central part of the vessel.
The T60 is equipped with two CAT C32 ACERT engines that will push her to a maximum speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots and is pre-fitted for hybrid propulsion, available upon request.
The shipyard will soon begin the construction on speculation of the first T60, with delivery scheduled for the end of 2025.