The largest boat in the Bluegame range is the Bluegame 62, 18.80 metres long and 5.40 metres wide. Almost 19 meters of boat that do not require a crew thanks to the great navigability and the help of the IPS joystick that make the hull manageable by the owner in total freedom. The central part of the stern platform is lowered to launch and board a 12′ tender.
Designed by Luca Santella, with style and interiors by Zuccon International Design, the Bluegame 62, the older brother of the renovated Bluegame 42, is an expression of how to improve a project that has already started well. This “sport utility vessel” combines the excellent marine qualities typical of the Bluegame brand with a style and finish in line with the Sanlorenzo shipyard, of which it has become a part.
Designed to be a boat to be used autonomously, despite its almost 19 meters in length, is pushed with Volvo IPS transmissions and joystick maneuvering, the stern platform is sunk for towing and launching the tender and there are only two cabins, with the owner at mid-ship. A daycruiser, therefore, but one that does not disdain longer sailings than those allowed by daylight hours alone: a second cabin in the bow, a dinette for eight and a real kitchen complete the guest area. At the stern, there is plenty of space to store the sailor’s cabin or to use as a locker. Performance in line with the muscular aspect: 30 cruising knots and 35 top speeds.
The choice is between two or three cabins, with double or twin beds. The saloon can accommodate up to eight people while the full-beam master cabin is a real suite. In the aft area a large space can be organized as an area for any crew or as a storage area.