Italian yard Baglietto used the Dubai International Boat Show to release its latest concept, a 50-metre (164-foot) V-Line developed in collaboration with the Santa Maria Magnolfi studio.
The fifth motor yacht concept to spawn from the partnership, the V-Line 50 sports a sleek, aerodynamic superstructure and a semi-displacement hull.
The yard said the inspiration behind the new design was Chato, which was delivered by Baglietto in 1986, although no engine installation details or performance statistics have been disclosed at this stage.
Accommodation on board is for up to 12 guests across six cabins, including a main-deck master suite that measures 60-square-metres and contains its own private office. The optional VIP cabin, situated amidships on the main deck, can be swapped for a gym, while four lower-deck cabins complete the guest layout.
Key features include a walk-around skylounge, a raised observation deck and a sheltered cockpit with a C-shaped wrap of seating facing aft – ideal for enjoying a cocktail or a light snack whilst enjoying views of the sunset.
Tender storage comes in an aft garage that can comfortably house a six-metre tender, and a foredeck lock that is large enough for a 3.5-metre RIB.
Baglietto is currently building four superyachts ranging from 43 to 55 metres, with the second hull in the T-Line 48 series due to launch next.
For more information, visit Baglietto.