September 22, 2009

New Model: BlueGame 60

The second model from BlueGame, the BG60 made its first official appearance during the Cannes show last week, after making a special preview in the end of July, with its surprise showing at the Summer Ceremony at the Yacht Club of Parma which the builder along with its partner San Lorenzo where official sponsors. As it was noted in the project briefings the BG60 has similar lines to the smaller 47, but in a bigger format offering greater flexibility and more comfort, but keeping the walk around deck and the feel of being on a big center console. The hull lines are again as the BG47 from the hands of renowned US architect Louis T.Codega, one of the most respected hull designers, who put the wishes of owners Carlo Bonomi of Sea Tek fame, and Luca Santanella sea architect and Olympic sailor to plan. The BlueGame BG60 can be fitted in various versions, deck and also internal layout plans. The exterior has a total of seven versions: Open, T-Top, Tender, Marlin Tower, Hardtop, Marlin Hardtop and Fisherman. The deck has four different layouts too: Top, Deck Standard, Deck Fisherman, and Deck Caddy. Inside accommodation has further options with four choices for the forward owners deck, and two further options for the aft crew quarters. Standard plan here is two cabin four berth plan, available in two different options, and a three double cabin with a six berth two head plan. Again the layouts are really endless with BlueGame stating that with the various combinations it can create 2500 BG60 all different to one another. Performance for the moderate twelve degrees vee shaped Codega hull is a 39 knots top speed, with 34 knots of cruise powered in this case by twin MAN 1100hp engines.
Technical Data:
LOA - 17.6 m (57.8ft)
Waterline Length - 15.5 m
Beam - 5.38 m
Draft - 1.21 m
Displacement - 22.500 kg dry
Fuel Capacity - 3500 l
Water Capacity - 1000 l
Max Persons - 16
Accommodation - 6, 7 berths in 3 cabins, 1 crew cabin
Engines - 2 x MAN CRM 10v 1100hp
Speed - 39 knots max, 34 knots cruising
Range - 400 nautical miles at cruise
Hull - vee shape with twelve degrees deadrise aft
Construction - GRP vinilester polyester resins, core vacuum bagged from sheer upwards
Design - Louis T.Codega hull, Luca Santanella BlueGame
Certification - CE A

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