La Spezia-based shipyard, Baglietto has restyled its 43m Fast model, part of the eponymous range that also includes 38m and 46m models designed by Francesco Paszkowski. This follows the yard launching 46m Lucky Me in 2016, which became the flagship of this line.



The main aspects of the restyle include a lowered bulwark, enlarged windows and significantly increased volumes. Thanks to the hard top a nice covered area on the flybridge is gained, while the shortened superstructure allows a comfortable sunbed area aft of the main deck.



Upgrades on the previous 43m model Fast model, such as the Pachamama currently asking €19,500,000, also include a sleek line encompassing all windows across the lower deck as opposed to individual portholes.

43m Pachamama (Previous 43m Fast model)
Working with great designers makes us extremely proud. The 43m Fast is a yacht that has played a crucial role in Baglietto's history and this restyling makes it even more attractive for those who love Baglietto's distinctive high-performing style.
Michele Gavino, CEO, Baglietto


Powered by twin MTU 12V4000 M93L engines, the Fast 43 will be able to reach a maximum speed of 28 knots and cruise at a speed of 25 knots. Other upgrades include a beach club and two foldable balconies that open onto the sea from the main deck.



Although the asking price for this new model was not yet announced, the previous 43m Fast model was put on the market back in 2015 asking €21 million. After delivering 48m Andiamo earlier this year, Baglietto has another 48m sistership under construction and has recently sold a 54m custom build to an American customer.  

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