Superyacht Baglietto 46m Fast has been sold and renamed Lucky Me. The buyer was represented by Makis Georgakas of Greek Marine Marketing.
«We are particularly proud of this sale, which was the product of the efforts of every member of Baglietto's professional team," commented Michele Gavino, managing director of the Italian shipyard. - She commends Baglietto for the courageous decision to create a new project from scratch and at her own risk».
The cost of the deal has not been disclosed.
The aluminium Lucky Me was built at Italian shipyard Baglietto by Francesco Paszkowski in 2016. The interiors by Margherita Casprini are dominated by warm shades of rosewood in a duo of white lacquered ceilings.
The five staterooms accommodate 10 guests. The master stateroom is located on the main deck, two cabins with double beds and two with twin beds are on the lower deck. All passenger cabins are en suite and equipped with entertainment units with LED TVs. 12 crew members are accommodated in 6 cabins.
At the bow of the boat there is a recreation area with a pool, enclosed by a bimini. Another open air lounge area is aft where a large table and sun loungers are located.
Powered by two MTU 16V 4000 M93L MTU diesels, Lucky Me can accelerate to 26 knots. She has a shallow draft of only 2.1 meters, giving her the ability to sail in shallow waters.