Images show a striking blue in the exterior of the concept, and according to reports, Hot Lab took inspiration from classic Baglietto designs Adler and Al Fahedi. The V-Line concept follows on from the 44m design which was first revealed at last year’s Monaco Yacht Show.
Michael Dragoni, partner and head of style at Hot Lab commented, “The transom, with its strong forward tilt, gives the whole [yacht] a great dynamism.”
Standout features include a main deck owner’s suite which includes a dressing room, office and fold-out superyacht terrace. A dining area is located aft, with three sets of windows to allow for al-fresco dining. There is also a spa pool located on the deck, and beach club in the stern featuring a gym and Turkish bath.
According to Hot Lab, there will also be a third design for the Baglietto V-Line series, said to measure 41m. The concept will be revealed before the end of the year.