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BGM75 - A catamaran… when it comes to the hulls

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The BGM75 is, however, designed to be consistent with the rest of the group’s offer: the beam is reduced to the point of approaching a monohull size, and above all, only the forward view reveals the two hulls. From the side, and especially from the stern, the Bluegame appears to have all the design codes of a monohull yacht. The idea is therefore to gain in stability and, above all, to save fuel: the Design Office claims a 40% reduction in fuel consumption compared to a 90-foot monohull yacht - which, on the basis of 300 hours’ running time, translates into savings in the order of 17,500 US gallons (66,000 liters) of diesel, and that equates to 175 tons of CO2 emissions. On the other hand, there's no question of leaving the world of “classic” yachting behind, with a one-piece superstructure that widens as it goes forward - enough to accommodate a magnificent Owner’s suite.

Builder: Bluegame
Architect: Briand Yacht Design
Design: Lissoni & Partners - Zuccon International Project
Length: 74’4” (22.7 m)
Beam: 26’7” (8.15 m)
Draft: 4’3” (1.3 m)
Displacement: 105,800 lbs (48 t)
Engines: 2 x 550 or 2 x 625 HP
Max. speed: 20 knots
Cruising speed: 17 knots
Passengers: 16


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