Italian builder Blue Game continue to present new projects based on its concept of what look like large centre consoles, but have much more within and are suited for various uses like cruising, fishing, launch boat, or big tender for a super yacht or a sea side villa. The BG40 is the smallest project so far to come from Blue Game and designer Lou Codega, and company owner Luca Santanella, present a forty footer which represents a similar layout outside and inside to the BG47 but all in smaller spaces. Example of this can be found in the interior which has a similar layout to the bigger sister with two cabins located mid ship, and living area with separate head and C-shaped salon located to the fore part. The cockpit also follows the unique deck layout as seen on the large Blue Game's with full deep wide walk around decks, sun pad aft, and a protected C-shaped settee just behind the helm station. Blue Game has so far presented no options for the outside and inside with only one T-Top version for the exterior fittings, one for the deck, and one for the inside. Codega for the new small Blue Game choose a deeper medium vee of seventeen degrees, versus the twelve of the bigger 47 and 60 models. The novelty for the BG40 is the use of pod drives here the Italian builder choosing ZF Zeus system with Cummins engines. Power is for a standard twin Cummins QSB 380hp or optional 425hp from the same maker. Speed is a max of 32 knots with the standard power, and of 34 knots with the bigger choice.