Following the delivery of 38 metre custom superyacht, Enterprise in 2022 by Italian builder Baglietto, the yacht's interiors have been revealed as she joins the charter fleet. The styling is contemporary with elegant neutral tones, freestanding furniture and ample natural light thanks to her large windows and custom layout.
Built in aluminium to a design by Francesco Paszkowski, Enterprise is defined by a straight bow and extensive use of glass on the main and upper decks. Her profile alternates soft lines at the stern with more powerful sections at the bow, complemented by large windows amidships. According to the owner, she is the largest 38 metre vessel by volume ever built at 440GT, granted by an 8.8-metre beam.
The newly unveiled interiors were created by WLW Designs in collaboration with the shipyard’s in-house design team. Broad open spaces have created the illusion of a much larger project, while her clean and uncluttered living spaces – particularly in the main saloon – have resulted in a sophisticated finish.
With accommodation for 10 guests on board, Enterprise has ticks all the boxes for a charter vessel. She has three decks, each with ample lounge areas and entertaining space, not to mention an array of toys on board, including a WaveRunner, two SeaBobs, paddleboards and lots of tow toys. Up on the sundeck, Enterprise has a fully stocked bar, an additional lounge area, and a unique glass hot tub, which is designed to give a true "infinity" illusion.
Due to her larger volume her five cabins also benefit from additional space and include a master and VIP cabin. The master, which is on the main deck, has a full beam arrangement with full-height windows, a private office, soundproofed doors, his-and-hers bath en suite, and a central rainfall shower
Much like the main deck, the contemporary theme flows through the cabins, which have marble inlays, polished steel hardware and white lacquered surfaces.
Fabio Ermetto, chief commercial officer at Baglietto, said at her launch: “Enterprise is a highly innovative custom project for which a brand-new platform was developed and she has definitely the potential to become the first of a series.”
The owner also spoke about the yacht’s custom design: “What began as a sketch on a piece of paper… a villa on the sea, has become real. A yacht that will make a statement wherever she goes: bold, striking, sleek. People will ask 'What is it?' They will know it is unique. They will know it’s a Baglietto.”
Enterprise is powered by two Caterpillar ACERT C32 engines, delivering a top speed of 18 knots. She is managed and available to charter with Burgess.