Spectacular Bespoke Superyacht Delivered During the Pandemic Sold for $40 Million

The 2021 Baglietto superyacht C was recently sold for more than $40 million 14 photos
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The idea of a Christmas gift takes on a whole new meaning when it comes to billionaire or millionaire superyacht owners. One of them recently became the proud owner of one of the most spectacular family superyachts ever built – the 2021 Baglietto C, a pleasure craft with two of everything.
Superyacht C was one of the luxury vessels delivered during the challenging times of the world pandemic. It made its public debut a year later at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show, where it left a lasting impression. The 179-foot (55-meter) Italian masterpiece embodied a unique and unusual take on the family yacht concept, doubling almost every main amenity, starting with the master suite and continuing with the cinema and the swimming pool.

C was designed for two brothers who wanted a true multi-generational family vessel, which is why this Baglietto is highly customized and unlike anything else on the market. The future owners specifically requested a huge 17-guest capacity, equally-sized master suites for the two brothers, and an oversized beach club. Plus, this high-volume vessel can also accommodate a large 13-person crew.

Horacio Bozzo Design was in charge of the exterior design, while the ultra-luxurious, contemporary interiors were styled by the famous Hot Lab studio. Unlike any other yacht its size, C boasts twin mirroring master suites and two mirroring VIP cabins on the main deck. The classic swimming pool on the sun deck is for adults, while the one on the beach club is for children. Both are freshwater pools.

The salon on the upper deck is also designed for adult guests on board, with a large cinema and a private terrace, while the main salon is an informal space specifically adapted for kids. Both formal and al-fresco dining options include large tables that can seat more than 20 people. Every detail, including the fabric choices and the gaps between the handrails, took into consideration the regular presence of children on board.

The oversized beach club is another spectacular feature. It opens to the water on three sides. It's on the same level as the swim platform, which is rare and difficult to engineer, and it's also remarkably versatile. It can double as a spacious gym, sauna, or massage room.

C's ultimate advantage is that it can comfortably accommodate two families, like a much larger superyacht, while preserving the benefits of a medium-sized pleasure craft.

This high-volume Baglietto was recently sold in-house, just two years after its delivery. Initially valued at $44 million, C had a last known asking price of €39.7 million ($42.7 million). Although it changed hands, C will continue to operate as a luxury charter yacht for large families or groups, with weekly rates starting at $400,000.
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