Baglietto debuted its new 157-foot superyacht Andiamo, which is an exquisite update of the brand’s classic Baglietto look with an added modern twist.
The Italian shipyard’s most recent superyacht is built for a Mexican client who plans to cruise the Mediterranean and bring the vessel back across the Atlantic. The 157-foot tri-deck yacht boasts the standard profile of Baglietto’s traditional 150-foot displacement yacht. However, the new Andiamo has a more contemporary design and various architectural elements that put it a step above its predecessor. A larger beach club, reverse-angle windshield across the helm station for better visibility, and athwartships tender garage are just some of the practical improvements that significantly enhance onboard experience and living.
The exterior and interior are designed by Francesco Paszkowski and includes a 1,500-square-foot sundeck. The top deck has an infinity pool, alfresco dining with bar and grill, and a large sunbathing area. And if that’s not enough – there is a second outdoor dining area on a lower deck forward. Guests can marvel at the panoramic sights from two open terraces – situated on either side of the cinema room in the upper saloon. A total of 3800 square feet of space for gatherings turns Andiamo into one of the most social boats in its class.
The interior blends functionality and luxury with materials like lacquered ebony and onyx to create a rich, dramatic look. The spiral staircase is made of steel and bound in leather, connecting the three decks. The master suite sits on the main deck and benefits from a private dressing area as well as two bathrooms for the owners. Five additional staterooms (three doubles and two twins with Pullman berths) sit on the lower deck. Andiamo has quarters for up to nine crew members.
The steel-hulled yacht has aluminum topsides and is MCA compliant. Its twin MTU engines (12V 4000 M63) can reach a top speed of 16 knots and cruising speed of 12 knots. The vessel will make public appearances at the Cannes and Monaco yacht shows in September after its tour of the Mediterranean this summer.