The Ameglia shipyard offers a new type of boat that brings together all the advantages of catamarans and associates them with the luxury and elegance of motoryachts. Without neglecting the green side

It really seems that he wants to amaze every time he presents a new model. But behind every proposal by Bluegame there is always a ratio and not mere special effects.

Also for the new BGM75, the first model in the new BGM range with which the Sanlorenzo Group brand enters the multihull segment. And this time too he does it his way: creating a parallel segment that draws the advantages of this type of boat and combines them with those of luxury yachts.

In fact, the BGM75 is above all an elegant, beautiful motoryacht, consistent with the philosophy of the Sanlorenzo Group. Its peculiarities make it a boat closer to a monohull than a catamaran: such as the advantageous ratio between length (22.70 meters) and width (8.15 m) which also make it easily moorable in port (compared to a common catamaran) and then its usable layout with the owner's cabin that occupies the entire width of the boat.

Behind its design, there are the creativity of Bernardo Zuccon, who took care of the external lines and the layout of the internal spaces and Piero Lissoni who, with his elegantly essential, it offers environments with a characterful home feeling.

Both have fully grasped the power of such an avant-garde project, returning a 'futurist' contribution to the external lines and an agile use of the internal volumes, such as to make one forget that they are distributed on two separate hulls. It is a new concept of boat in which the shipyard has instilled all its design skills.

“Our only limit is being faithful to our DNA”, comments architect Luca Santella, head of Bluegame Product Strategy, “It means: attention to hull design for safe and comfortable driving, robust construction, well-protected sides, large beach areas open to the sea, generous front lounge areas, connected cockpits, optimized position of the helm station, great visibility, ease of manoeuvring, superior quality, great attention to detail and understated elegance”.

As with all Bluegames, the focus is on guaranteeing maximum comfort, refinement and high livability. But that is not all.

BGM75 recovers the characteristics of greater stability and large volumes of multihulls but does so with an attentive eye also to the reduction of consumption and sustainability, an argument particularly felt by the Group.

In fact, the hull, designed by the designer Philippe Briand (well-known name in naval architecture) is ultra-efficient and takes its cue from America's Cup boats. It is combined with Volvo propulsion IPS, designed to be eco-sustainable, and with power reduced by 50 percent compared to monohull boats of the same volume.

Naturally the hull is in carbon while lightened materials are provided for all the non-structural parts and for all the furnishing components, allowing for a reduction in consumption.

Last but not least, the possibility of installing solar panels on the deckhouse (the part of the superstructure of the boat) which produce up to 5kW of green energy!