The Baglietto 13MV draws inspiration from torpedo armed assault crafts and pays tribute to Baglietto's traditional military ships, skillfully harmonizing some of their stylistic features with several design solutions taken from the open yachts sector - from the blue color, which highlights the extension of the teak covered foredeck - to the anchor lights, which remind of the aggressive look of military crafts, all the way to the awning poles.
The MV13, is a project of the 13m yacht designed and developed by Francesco Paszkowski Design.
Atlantic Yacht & Ship, Inc. is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Baglietto. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel
Interior design solutions are the results of an extensive research in terms of materials and finishes, with the goal of combining classical charm with the need for contemporary comfort solutions.
The final result is a yacht having a strong personality, consistent with the exterior military/sporty look, but also boasting a wide range of accessories.
The dinette with the galley, the cabin and the bathroom have all been arranged in the aft area, so as to ensure enough space for the cockpit and the engine room. The carefully selected materials include natural teak, leather, Corian, wood with lacquered finishes reminding of boat planking, and aluminum grey painted surfaces, which perfectly harmonize with the yacht's exteriors.
Indoor, the central part of the yacht features the dinette, to port, with a sofa and a clothes hanging closet in natural teak. Along the starboard bulwark is the galley, fitted with a microwave oven, an induction cook top and a coffee machine. The sleeping area gas has been obtained at the extreme bow and is in cream lacquered wood combined with matching leather that lines some structural elements.
The engine room features two 800 MAN engines allowing the yacht to each a cruising speed of 32 knots and a maximum speed of 37 knots. The 4-blade propeller, V-drive shaft line propulsion draws inspiration from period military crafts that have made the shipyard's glorious history in the military sector.
Special care has also been devoted to sound emissions, which can be adjusted on various tones thanks to a special analysis of sound tones.