Featuring the new Bluegame BG72
There are open and flybridge versions of Bluegame's BG72.
There is a BG72 from Bluegame that combines features of the Italian boatbuilder's open (BG) and flybridge (BGX) lines. A total of 74 feet, 9 inches long, the BG72 stands out as the builder's flagship yacht. Three other BG models, 42, 54, and 62 feet are also available.
On the aft deck, there are stairs that lead up to the open-air main deck. Guests can relax on the forward-facing sun pad at the top of the stairs. Additional seating and a table are available forward and amidships. Several people can sit on the walk-around sun pad on the foredeck. A center-located table can be found behind the sun pad. One cushion can be removed to make room for forward-facing lounge seating. After a day of cruising, it's a great place for sundowners.
Just forward of amidships is the BG72's semi-enclosed helm station, which also features a lower deck entrance. There are two below-decks layouts offered by Bluegame. Three staterooms and three heads are available in both setups. A twin-berth stateroom is located forward of each layout and a guest stateroom, which is also en suite, is located to the port.
Master staterooms are located aft amidships and have access to open aft decks in some layouts. Freestanding furniture is allowed in the stateroom. To the starboard of the bathroom is its head, with a sink for each person. Upon entering the ship, you will find the galley to the left of where you will find the central guest stateroom, along with a C-shaped seating area for at least nine people and a coffee table to the right.
A full-beam salon belowdecks replaces the master stateroom aft on the BG72's second layout. An L-shaped sofa for six is located on the port side and seating for seven is located on the starboard side. Serving drinks is a breeze thanks to the galley's location. On starboard, a twin-bedded guest stateroom joins the VIP, becoming the master.
There are stairs amidship on the main deck that lead to the sun deck. There is enough room for four people on this sun pad.
Bluegame BG72 ships with twin Volvo Penta IPS 1200 D13 diesel engines generating 900 horsepower. With optional 1,000 horsepower, the boat is capable of top hop speeds of 28 knots and cruising speeds of 25 knots, respectively. Design, interiors, and exterior lines are all handled by Luca Santella and Zuccon International Project.