Bluegame’s BG72 is a combination of the Italy-based boatbuilder’s open (BG) and flybridge (BGX) ranges. At 74 feet, 9 inches length overall, the BG72 is the builder’s flagship and the largest yacht in the four-model BG series, which also includes a 42-, 54- and 62-footer.
From the yacht’s aft deck, the open-air main deck is accessible via stairs to port and starboard. At the top of the stairs is a forward-facing sun pad that accommodates at least three guests. Forward and amidships, there’s additional seating for eight and a table. On the foredeck, there’s a walk-around sun pad that can accommodate at least six. Abaft the sun pad is forward-facing lounge seating that, with a cushion removed, makes space for a centrally located table. It’s a neat setup for sundowners after a day of cruising.
The BG72’s semi-enclosed helm station, with an additional entrance belowdecks, is just forward of amidships. Bluegame offers two layouts belowdecks. In both setups, there are three staterooms and three heads. Each layout has an en suite stateroom forward and a twin-berth, en suite guest stateroom to port.
In one layout, the master stateroom is abaft amidships with access to the open aft deck. The stateroom has space for free-standing furniture. Its head is to starboard, with his-and-hers sinks. In this layout, the galley is abaft the portside guest stateroom, and there is C-shaped seating for at least nine with a coffee table to starboard.
The BG72’s second layout replaces the master stateroom aft with a full-beam belowdecks salon. There’s L-shaped seating for seven to starboard and a sofa for six to port. The galley location remains the same, making serving drinks a cinch. The forward VIP becomes the master stateroom, while an en suite twin-berth guest stateroom is added to starboard.
Guests can access the sun deck via stairs amidships on the main deck. Here, the sun pad accommodates four.
Standard powerplants for the Bluegame BG72 are twin 900 hp Volvo Penta IPS1200 D13 diesels. Optional power is twin 1,000 hp Volvo Penta IPS1350 diesels. Top hops are reportedly 28 and 30 knots, respectively, and cruising speeds are reportedly 25 and 27 knots, respectively. Luca Santella and Zuccon International Project are responsible for design, interiors and exterior lines.
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