Superyacht of the Week: The 43 metre Why Worry
By Jochem Kaan
Photos by Marc Paris
The 43 metres Baglietto superyacht Why Worry was launched in the heat of summer at the Rossi Navi shipyard in Viareggio, Italy. Showing a refined and sportive exterior look, this vessel boasts gently edged and smooth lines, a signature look for Baglietto vessels, giving her a strong yet slightly playful image. With a total of five guest cabins, configured into three doubles (Owner's cabin and two VIP's) and two twins (including Pullmans), Why Worry luxuriously accommodates up to 12 guests, with the upper deck study being available for an optional additional single cabin.
Internally, Why Worry has been designed by Portugese designers Aranhas & Vasconsuelos, in a style that skillfully combines contrasts in colour and textures. Based on luxury materials like ebony, alabaster and leather, her colour palette balances crisp clean white and creamy tones with the naturally dark tints of lacquered woods.
Texture wise, the gloss and shine of these woods and metal details form a shiny contrast with soft fabrics, plush carpets and smoothly shaped contemporary furnishings. All this blended together, results in an individual and modern style that does not compromise on personality in any way.
The main saloon is divided into a lounging and a dining area, both exuding an intimate and stylish atmosphere in the superyacht's modern sense of finesse. Light and contemporary furniture placed around a circular, dark lacquered coffee table in the sitting area, create a friendly and inviting setting that has been tastefully framed with pieces of the onboard art collection.
A broad strip of mirror panels centrally placed along the length the main saloon's ceiling emphasise the room's size while adding an extra dimension in sense of space and style. This concept has also been integrated throughout areas like guest cabins and the upper deck saloon. The main saloon dining area is pleasantly intimate, with a refined dark, oval table surrounded by playfully elegant, gently curved dining chairs.
The Owner's quarters are a perfect example of how Why Worry's style can be applied to an area that is in essence more private in form and function.
The grand cabin is centered around an all white bed, with white ceiling and carpeting forming an inviting oasis of comfort, with dark lacquered wooden cabinets and walls perfectly adding a sense of class.
The Owner's cabin offers space and privacy in ample amounts, with his n hers walk in wardrobes, separate office and a spaciously designed bathroom. The latter emphasises the dark tones of Why Worry's signature palette of material and colour. A notable touch of luxurious style has been added in the form of several surfaces produced in freshly backlit marble.
The spacious separate steam bath/shower area and large bath tub turn this bathroom into an area that offers the amenities and finesse of a high end, metropolitan spa.
The Owner's quarters' design has been applied to all guest cabins onboard, assuring each guest the necessary comforts in excellent style. The elegant small tiles covering walls and ceiling in all shower areas elegantly brighten up the bathrooms, in a variety of silver tones that brings the design scheme together as a whole.
The galley is a perfect example of modern style, playful personality and functionality. The ribbed metal applied to each drawer and cupboard front present enough detail to aesthetically please the eye without disturbing the room's main function. Like anywhere on board, this area shows that minimal, contemporary and functional does not mean cold, boring and lacking personality. The ribbed surface is a style form that can be discovered throughout the vessel, though applied in a more toned down version, for example as cabinet doors and as detailing in the guest cabins' and public spaces' wall paneling.
The upper deck saloon is the more lounging-style variety of Why Worry's design, with a invitingly large sofa as center piece for an ambiance of modern relaxation. Art, furnishings, upholstery and lighting all come together in a balanced whole of stylish comfort.
Outside, Why Worry offers the array of amenities that one might expect from a superyacht of this size and quality, though all the more impressive nonetheless. With the main and upper aft decks suited for al fresco meals, cocktails and countless hours of enjoyment, the vessel's name becomes a truth that is undeniable. Ample space can be found on the sun deck too, where vista views compliment one's hours soaking up some sun or cooling down in the shade. Indeed, why worry? At least, while onboard this wonderful superyacht, life's everyday hassles should seem far away, whisked away by style and comfort.
Why Worry is one of the latest additions to the YPI Brokerage for sale fleet and is offered at € 17,750,000.