Although Baglietto has been building yachts since the mid-19th century, it wasn’t until the 1990s when it first began dabbling in the large yacht category. It was also in 1994 when the Italian marque embarked on its long-time partnership with designer Francesco Paszkowski.
Architectured by Cerri Cantieri Naval, Baglietto’s Panam is a 40m custom-built superyacht for an anonymous buyer, designed by Francesco Paszkowski both inside and out. With military battleship-inspired cues, the boat is husky, to say the least, and has an impressive top speed of 31kn (~36mph). However, once you get on board this yacht is nothing short of luxurious, accommodating 12 guests and 5 crew members.
The master and guest staterooms all have their own bathrooms and rain showers, with several rooms equipped with integrated televisions built into the walls. Adjacent to the sizable dining room with a ten-person table, the main salon has gorgeous views thanks to the large cutout window and also comes equipped with a fold-down TV set. Likewise, the incredible bridge deck sports a large infinity pool, several daybeds, plenty of speakers, and a DJ station.
It’s not specified how much the superyacht cost, but you can learn more about the Panam superyacht on Baglietto’s website.