Above: the 65m V-Line concept by Francesco Paszkowski.


Francesco Paszkowski Design has also created new renders of its 65m V-Line project for Baglietto that highlight the yacht’s fashionably modernretro lines not unlike those of the iconic Adler launched by Baglietto in 1987.

The driving force behind the project is the importance of light and a close connection with the water, reflected in features such as the all-glass balustrades, full-height windows on the main and upper decks, as well as the float-in stern garage that can accommodate a 10m tender and doubles as a beach club with sauna, hammam, and fold-down terraces on either side.

The six en-suite cabins include the master stateroom and VIP cabin on the main deck and four guest cabins on the lower deck.

Various propulsion options are being studied, including a hybrid solution.


The 43m Explorer concept by Santa Maria Magnolfi is now available in an Explorer Fisherman version. Designed after a painstaking analysis of all the features and functions required to use the yacht all year round and in any climate, while building on the stylistic heritage of different vessels, the watchword for this model is flexibility. So her Italian designer took the standard version with a helipad and adapted it for use by owner who enjoys fishing.

Th 58 sqm upper deck is entirely reserved for the owner, but instead of a landing pad for a helicopter the open-air aft deck has space for an 8.5m sportfisherman and a 6m rescue tender, plus an enlarged dining area for 12 people.

The area is extremely versatile and can be fitted out to host glamorous parties, or be furnished with functional furniture when the tenders and toys are in the water.