Officially presented to the industry at the Dubai International Boat Show alongside the 41m and 44m V-Line models, Hot Lab reportedly took inspiration from Baglietto’s previous Adler and Al Fahedi superyachts, completed in 1987 and 1986 respectively.
Hot Lab said of the partnership, “When we were contacted by Baglietto in order to develop the first two models of the V-Line we quickly realised that the premises were the best possible: If a brand like Baglietto gets in touch with you and gives you great freedom of design with the size of the hull as the only limitation, you cannot say no!”
Notable features include a sundeck complete with swimming pool forward, and bar and sunbathing area that offer panoramic views out. She also has a stern platform with sunbathing area that doubles as the aft end of the beach club, equipped with a gym and Turkish bath.
Hot Lab explained, “One of the salient features of the Baglietto 50m concerns the aft area, whose generous interior space, whenever the tender is in the water, is made possible by the absence of bulkheads. Another salient feature is the dining area located on the main deck, aft of the main saloon; thanks to the door and the windows that open on three sides, this turns into a magnificent "al fresco" dining area, one of those that every owner dreams of.
“On the same deck, but more towards the bow, is the owner’s suite, which includes a dressing room and, to starboard, an office and a private terrace that ensure moments of relaxation away from prying eyes. Thanks to the large windows on both sides and the skylight located below the table of the outdoor seating area above, the full-beam owner’s suite is flooded with natural light.”
Designs for the 41m V-Line will be unveiled later this year.