The Italian shipyard Baglietto has presented photos of the new Project 10228, which is planned to be launched ahead of the planned date in July 2018.
The yacht’s hull is ready for painting and interior decorating. Last summer, an aluminum superstructure was attached to the steel hull, and the engines were installed on Baglietto's La Spezia.
The 47.6-meter yacht complies with the Lloyd's register. The design is created by Francesco Paszkowski Design. The difference between the T-Line 48 series will be the reverse angle of the glazing in the wheelhouse, which offers an excellent view of the control station.
Garage for tenders will be located on the side, providing free space on the transom for the beach area with a gym and hammam.
The deck of the Project 10228 occupies 140 sq.m., and six luxurious cabins designed for 12 guests hold 350 sq.m. At leisure time guests can visit the spa pool, enjoy al fresco dining and simply lie on the chaise lounges on the spacious deck.
The speed of 16 knots can be achieved due to two diesel engines Caterpillar 3512C. The total volume of the fuel tank is 80 000 liters.
The next project, which Baglietto plans to release in 2020, will be model 10231.