Bluegame, part of the Sanlorenzo Group, has just unveiled their first multihull 22.7 metre model, the BGM75, at the Cannes Yachting Festival. This is the first model from the new BGM multihull range from Bluegame. Designed to retain the appearance of a monohull with the benefits of a catamaran, the BGM75 offers increased stability, large volumes, and reduced fuel consumption.
Currently under construction, the BGM75 will be a unique yacht when she hits the market thanks to her specific features that belong to different segments but sharing the founding values that are the basis of the uniqueness of the DNA to which Bluegame will always remain faithful. These include a great hull design for a seaworthy and comfortable ride, sturdy construction, well protected sidewalls, large beach areas open to the sea, generous front lounge areas, connected cockpits, optimised helm station position, great visibility, extremely easy maneuverability, superior quality construction, great attention to details and understated elegance.
The BGM75 is the first of a new series of multihull yachts from Bluegame, which is called the BGM line. Its many attractive features include: an ultra-efficient hull derived from the America’s Cup, designed by Philippe Briand, a world-renowned expert in the design of performance hulls, optimisation of the Volvo IPS propulsion system with 50% less power required than monohull vessels of the same volume, use of carbon for the hull, use of lightweight materials for all non-structural parts and all furnishing components. All these elements contribute to an impressive reduction in fuel consumption.
Experts of the calibre of Bernardo Zuccon and Piero Lissoni, who are tried and tested collaborators with the brand, have fully grasped the importance of such an avant-garde project, giving a “futuristic” contribution to the external lines and smart use of the interior volumes. The entire design is forward-thinking with a focus on refined comfort.