Bluegame, a brand of Sanlorenzo, is fast becoming a must-have for discerning buyers looking for the Sanlorenzo quality and style but on a smaller yacht. Bluegame yachts have quickly become famous for their unprecedented owner-centric, smartly interconnected layouts, excellent cruising and fuel efficiency characteristics, and sustainable approach in the construction process. It is therefore no surprise that the Bluegame brand is gaining strong traction in Asia since it was first introduced to this market in 2021, with a BGX70 delivered into Hong Kong and a few subsequent sales including the BG42 and BG62 into the city.
The brand’s presence will now be expanding further into South and North Asia, as a brand new BGX70 is expected in Singapore in November and a BG42 has just been commissioned in Taiwan. This customer popularity together with Bluegame’s fast expanding BG and BGX ranges (including a much awaited premiere launch of the Bluegame BG72 in Cannes this September) is a sure sign that the instantly recognisable Bluegame brand is set to follow the success of Sanlorenzo in Asia.
The current entry point Bluegame model, the Bluegame 42, is a stunning 13m vessel packed with luxurious features such as multiple smartly connected outdoor living areas, uninterrupted ocean views, a highly functional interior, and a swim platform/tender deck that extends deeper into the sea. Built with excellent seaworthiness and environmental credentials, it is the perfect entry level vessel and acts as an ideal introduction to the Bluegame brand.
With interiors by Zuccon International Project, the Bluegame 42 has internal spaces that feel equal to that of a much bigger yacht. A large full beam master cabin with a lot of storage space is the main space amidships, while the bow is home to a “C” shaped dinette seating for up to six guests which is convertible to a double bed if needed. The full bathroom has a separate shower.