Adventurous, bold, and intrepid; sophisticated, sleek, and urbane: somehow all these adjectives apply to the fleet of vessels found within the Bluegame Yachts line from the Sanlorenzo Group. Since its inception in 1958, the Liguria, Italy-based Sanlorenzo has become well reputed throughout Europe for delivering bespoke, expertly crafted vessels—and now Worth Avenue Seattle is bringing both Sanlorenzo and Bluegame to the Northwest audience.
“We are thrilled to bring the world-class offerings of Sanlorenzo Yachts and the dynamic spirit of Bluegame Yachts to our valued clients in Seattle,” says Ray Prokorym, managing partner for Worth Avenue Yachts in Seattle. “This expansion reflects our commitment to providing the most exceptional yachting experiences and opportunities for our clients, and we look forward to helping them explore these stunning vessels.”
Stunning indeed, the Bluegame models seem especially well attuned to the adventurous spirit of Northwest boaters, blending luxurious comfort with versatility to allow owners to effortlessly transition from cruising to water sports to exploration.
Having been added to the Sanlorenzo line in 2018, Bluegame’s partnership with that brand is still in its relative infancy, but the firm’s designs date all the way back to its formations in 1972. Today, Bluegame is managed by the second generation of the original founding family, who have utilized the Sanlorenzo assets to create new lines and introduce modern concepts.
Case in point: The Bluegame’s current BG and BGX range of vessels that will be available via Worth Avenue Yachts.
The BG series—which currently includes the 42, 54, and 74 models—blend high-end, Euro-chic design features such as airy living spaces, open cockpits, and supple lounging areas with sports performance elements like a Volvo IPS propulsion system and highly-engineered chassis to create the very definition of crossover cool. The BG74 is a prime example of this potent blend. A fusion of an open-cockpit concept and flybridge model, its outdoor areas are arranged over three levels: an expansive swim deck in close contact with the sea, a large living area with sun lounge that flows seamlessly with the dining area, a spacious bow area and, finally, an easily accessible and enjoyable sundeck.
The BGX models, naturally, have an “x factor,” building on the BG line with even larger spaces. Here, Sanlorenzo’s supple and sleek design aesthetic is especially felt, as the BGX models are the epitome of sophistication. Fluidity between exterior and interior; expansive beams that allow for open-concept living; and impressive amounts of glass surfaces that allow light to filter into inside, with yet more features that Worth thinks will have Northwest yachters feeling very Bluegame, indeed.
>> The Bluegame Yachts BG and BGX lines will arrive stateside shortly alongside several Sanlorenzo Yachts models (see next month’s issue for a sneak peek of that line!). For more on both brands, go to: worthavenueyachts.com.