on 3 Nov 2021
The model offers a 2- or 3-cabin layout, one of which is a full-beam master: a unique addition for the range
Bluegame has recently announced a new model – the Bluegame BG54 – which is pitched owners who are ready for an “adventurous cruising experience.”
Bluegame came into the Sanlorenzo fold in 2018, allowing the brand access to Sanlorenzo’s designers at Zuccon International Project – an Italian multi-disciplinary design studio based in Rome that handles the architecture and design of yachts from initial concept to completion. The brand premiered its new flagship Bluegame BG72 at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2021 in September.
The brand is continuing its expansion in Asia with the recent arrival of the region’s first Bluegame BG42 into Hong Kong. A second unit of the model is set to arrive in Taiwan in October.¬†Meanwhile, regional dealer¬†Simpson Marine¬†reports that they have also received an order for a Bluegame BGX60, which will arrive next year into Asia.
Building on the brand’s latest technical innovations, Bluegame’s new 16.57-metre BG54 is focused on improvements on the stern and bow areas with consideration of ergonomics and functionality. There is an option of either a 2- or 3-cabin layout, one of which is a full-beam master: a unique addition for the range. The model is equipped with Volvo IPS propulsion engines.
The spacious stern provides a wide swimming platform for launching the dinghy and the water toys, or it can just serve as a relaxing sea-immersed area. The new BG54 has redesigned the bow area to be more multi-functional and it offers a dinette that converts from a dining area to a lounge area.
The open cockpit offers panoramic views. The hull design is focused on comfortable and safe navigation with the most efficient fuel consumption. At the same time, the design takes into account her streamlined aesthetics. Thanks to the implementation of Strataglass shielding, the yacht is also suitable for expeditions in bad weather.
The all new¬†Bluegame BG54 is available for purchase in Asia through regional dealer Simpson Marine.