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April 12, 2024

New Launch: Baglietto Superfast 41m hull #10242

Baglietto has launched an aluminum custom build 41m Superfast super yacht hull number 10242, titled m/y Francesca II. This Baglietto 41m custom Superfast is characterized by a strong personality and comes from a design by Francesco Paszkowski who also signed also the interior in collaboration with Margherita Casprini, and naval architecture by Bacigalupo.  Paszkowski designed a flybridge yacht of important size, yet with a stream lined profile that even though she is a flybridge yacht, makes her one of the most sleekest yachts in size.  Fully custom this 41m Superfast bears a personal layout, with all guests cabins located on the lower deck: master stateroom at amidships, VIP suite forward, and two guest cabins with twin single beds that can slide convert into double beds. On the same deck, closer to the stern, are the crew quarters and lobby located beside the engine room and conveniently accessible directly from the main deck, they include accommodation for five with a captain’s cabin and two double cabins for the crew, and a galley with dinette. The aft garage, which opens on one side, is used to store a tender. The main deck has been devised in such a way as to ensure a harmonious continuum between interior and exterior areas. Two sliding doors, one located aft and the other on a side, provide access to the dining area and to the conversation area of the main salon. The latter is brightened by the natural light flowing through two ceiling-high windows, which also ensure a wonderfully close contact with the sea even when living indoors. The pilot station can be found forward of the main salon. The outdoor aft cockpit hosts a lounge area, while the sunbathing area on the aft swimming platform is perfect to relax by the sea. Another sunbathing area and a second conversation area have been set up at the extreme bow of this modern, impressively functional yacht. A second pilot station, with a pleasant relaxation area just behind it, can be found on the fly bridge. Baglietto's custom Superfast hull number 10242 is fitted with triple MTU 1920hp with jet propulsion system, delivering a top speed up to 33 knots and a cruise 28 knots. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 41 m (134.5ft)
Beam - 8 m
Draft - 1.40 m
Displacement - 165 t half load
Fuel Capacity - 15,000 l
Water Capacity - 2500 l
Accommodation - eight guests in four cabins, five crew in three cabins
Engines - 3 x MTU 12v2000 M96L 1920hp
Propulsion - jet drives
Speed - 33 knots max 28 cruise
Construction - aluminum
Project - Francesco Paszkowski exterior interior, Margherita Casprini interior, Bacigalupo naval architect
Certification - ABS

March 3, 2024

Project: Baglietto Fast50

Baglietto has announced two new projects of fifty meters in a press conference in Milan on eight February celebrating the 170th anniversary of the historical yacht builder. Two new projects of the same fifty meters dimensions  both designed by Baglietto's long standing designer Francesco Paszowksi but with totally different souls. The Fast50, follows the X50 presented a couple of weeks ago here on PowerYacht, what is a high performing yacht representing the core history of the brand, from the seventies till today, and the glorious speed record beating ventures of Pietro of the early twentieth century.  Speed has been part of Baglietto for beyond a century.  The Bagletto Fast50 is a semi-wide body design, and for the first time in the Fast line, it brings a water's edge beach club aft, with an opening stern to aft which expands the dimensions of the area at anchor.  Baglietto is being very tight lipped on the Fast50 performance and layout, but expect speeds of thirty knots which is what the Fast line usually offers.  The first Baglietto Fast50 is set to launch in 2026.

February 16, 2024

Project: Baglietto X50

During a press conference in Milan on eight February, which also celebrated Baglietto 170th anniversary, the today super yacht specialist announced two new projects, with one of these being the X50, an explorer looking super yacht as designed by the Italian builder long standing designer Francesco Paszowski.  The Baglietto X50 is full of stand out features with an open stern which takes a third of the yachts length, and able to carry two ten meter tenders.  The X50 also debuts Baglietto new XO line of tug inspired looks explorer super yachts.  Baglietto has flirted with explorer looking yachts in the present and in the past like the two units of the 42 Exp it launched in 2009, or the recent custom build hull nos#10235, although none of these where tug yacht looking as the X50.  A unique design feature of the X50 will be the disruptive pilot station which features the helm station below and a guest passenger lounge above.  This lounge is designed to be a multi purpose retreat for the owner and his guests, with six screens able to do an array of duties from navigation data to normal TV or computing operation, and can be also fitted out as a private owners office.  The X50 is to be build in ice-class with part of the hull evolving from the T-52 model, but re-engineered to be more sea-worthy with a redesigned bulb shape.  The Baglietto X50 is set to be powered by twin Cat engines for speeds up to sixteen knots.

September 17, 2023

Project: Baglietto DOM 115

Baglietto proudly announces the sale for the first DOM 115: the 35m new model with steel hull penned by Stefano Vafiadis for the exterior was presented just a few months ago during the 2023 Fort Lauderdale boat show. The delivery for the first DOM 115 is for 2025. The 115 is the entry and second model in the DOM line, which debuted with the successful 133 model, with the first unit launched this year and has so far sold in nine units and orders going into 2026. The Dom line success is attributed to the timeless and yet modern captivating lines with a sporty adventurous character, impressive volumes for size, and panoramic windows which let in plenty of natural light and open up onto beautiful terraces. Other features of the Baglietto DOM series are the doors of the main deck saloon which can be opened completely and concealed to seamlessly connect the interiors and exteriors, huge floor-to ceiling windows with 270-degree view on the upper deck which is entirely glazed on three sides, aft area developing over three levels that gradually descend towards the pool overlooking the sea, and full customisation with steel and aluminium construction ensuring flexibility in terms of layout solutions, adding value on a yacht of this size. Another feature which DOM is appreciated is the tender stored in a side garage freeing pace on the aft beach area deck. The Dom 115 will offer a five double cabins accommodation for ten to twelve guest beds, and seven crew berths in four cabins. The Dom 115 is powered by twin 1182hp for speeds up to fourteen knots, with hybrid propulsion also available.

February 25, 2023

New Model: Baglietto T52

The first model in the successful T52 line has finally hit the water: hull No. 10238 was launched during a private ceremony.  The first T52 launched is fitted with a hybrid propulsion system that will allow to choose a more efficient cruising mode, reducing both consumption and environmental impact. When cruising in electrical diesel mode, the T52 can indeed reach a range of up to 7,600 nm, and remain at anchor up to ten hours relying on the batteries only.  Her two MTU engines, however, will also allow her to reach quite an impressive maximum speed of seventeen knots and a range of 3,600 nm in traditional navigation mode.  The lines by Francesco Paszkowski reinterpret the classical design elements of Baglietto’s traditional steel displacement yachts under 500 GT in a highly contemporary, distinctive style and conveying a very strong personality, the same found across the interiors, also designed by Francesco Paszkowski in cooperation with Margherita Casprini.  Just like her seven sisterships currently in build, the first T52, too, has truly unique features that perfectly meet today’s market demands.  Close contact with the sea is ensured by the original open stern featuring a beach club that develops over three levels and has already become a hallmark of Baglietto’s new course.  The large pool can easily be concealed thanks to an ingenious up-down movable floor that further extends the available deck surface when the pool is not being used.  On the upper deck, the wide floor-to-ceiling windows opening on three sides create a pleasant “al fresco” lounge, with a conversation area and a dining area to be enjoyed in all weather conditions.  The approximately 24-metre-long sundeck, another distinguishing feature on Baglietto T52 is unmatched on a super yacht of this size and volume, and follows in the wake of Baglietto’s traditional displacement yachts.
Technical Data:
LOA - 52 m (170.5ft)
Beam - 9.50 m
Draft - 2.70 m
Displacement - 440 t half load, 497 gt *volume
Fuel Capacity - 66861 l
Water Capacity - 6435 l
Accommodation - ten/ twelve guests in five cabins, nine crew in ten cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 16V2000M86 2186hp, or Cats C32 2000hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - sixteen knots max, eleven knots cruise
Range - 3600 nm at eleven knots, 7600 nm in hybrid mode
Construction - high tensile steel, aluminium super structure
Project -Francesco Paszkowski exterior, Margherita Casprini interior
Certification - RINA

January 21, 2023

Project: Baglietto T60

On 22 December Baglietto announced it secured the first order for the 60 meter super yacht T60 hull no. 10260. This sale followed the eight T52 order by just three days. The project of the T60 designed by Francesco Paszkowski was presented at 2022 Monaco Yacht show in September, and is to be the largest yacht ever build by the famous Baglietto. Currently it is also the largest offer in size at sixty metres long and weighing around 1,000 GT, the T60 is the natural evolution of the T52: the soft exterior lines have become even sleeker thanks to the lighter side buttresses that almost seem to be “hanging” on the water, blending in with the outer ceiling, while the black glass stripe incorporates the portholes a leit-motiv on Baglietto’s most recent yachts resulting in an even more streamlined profile. The layout is truly unprecedented with no enclosed spaces on this yacht; the floor-to-ceiling windows of both the main saloon and the upper deck open up completely and, once fully concealed, create highly versatile and interior environments that change constantly to harmonise with the surrounding landscape. The same informal areas that during the day allow to spend time outdoors and enjoy the sea to the fullest are easily converted to take on a more formal and stately ambience in the evening, while always maintaining a direct contact with the sea. On this innovative vessel, the beach area, the main saloon and the dining area are indeed conceived as one single free-flowing space: a 60 sqm beach lounge with a pool, a conversation area and a gym welcomes guests on board and leads them to the saloon, which can be opened up completely thanks to an elegant staircase, resulting in an almost 100 sqm space on two levels. The dining room, in turn, is fitted with a glazed surface that can be fully opened to create an extraordinary living area on the water, where guests can indulge both during the day and in the evening. The first T60 stands out in particular for her very original configuration, with the upper deck turned into a fully walkable Owners deck. The master stateroom is accessed from a lobby located amidships that also features a glass lift. The suite includes an office, a walk-in wardrobe, and a large bathroom with separate toilets; the night area has glazed surfaces that slide open to offer private access to an outdoor pool located forward. Windows that open entirely on 3 sides can also be found aft, where the lounge area opens onto the en plein air dining table, once more creating the smooth, seamless connection between interiors and exteriors that characterises the entire vessel. A hot tub and a sunbathing area complete this deck’s layout. Guests will find accommodation in four; two VIP and two guest cabins located on the main deck and a fifth guest cabin on the lower deck. This lower deck also hosts a massage room, the spacious galley fully equipped for haute cuisine and the crew quarters, including the crew mess, the dinette, and seven crew cabins sleeping thirteen. The entire under-lower deck houses the various technical areas: the storage room, wine cellar, baggage compartment, and cold rooms. The wheelhouse has been moved to the sun deck, where the captain’s cabin can also be found, as well as an additional dining area and the aft and forward sunbathing areas. The garage, which can fit a six meter tender, 2 jet skis and a rescue tender, has been arranged forward on the main deck, while a haute-cuisine kitchen can be found amidships. At the bow, it is certainly no surprise to find a touch-and-go helipad. The Baglietto T60 is to be equipped with two Cat engines that will push her to a maximum speed of sixteen knots and a cruise of twelve.

October 21, 2022

New Model: Baglietto Superfast 42

Baglietto has in June 2022 launched hull number 10236 titled m/y Rush, its first Superfast 42 model, a super yacht with semi-wide body from midship to forward designed by Francesco Paszkowski.  The Superfast 42 shares exterior looks with the Fast 42 model with the main difference coming in the engine room, powered by triple MTU 2600hp engines versus the twin set up of the Fast model. Propulsion on the Baglietto 42 Superfast is line shaft and semi-tunnels for the two side engines, and a central Voith jet drive, powered by triple Mtu 2400hp engines which give her a top speed up to 28 knots.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 41.70 m (137ft)
Beam - 8.70 m
Draft - 2.10 m
Displacement - 245,000 kg, 399 GT * volume
Fuel Capacity - 40,000 l
Water Capacity - 6,000 l
Accommodation - twelve guests in six cabins, seven crew in four cabins
Engines - 3 x MTU 16V2000 M96L 2400hp
Propulsion - line shafts with semi tunnels and central Voitth Liner jet
Speed - 28 knots max 24 knots cruise
Range - 700 nm at ten knots
Project - Francesco Paszkowski exterior, Margherita Casprini interior
Construction - aluminium hull and super structure 
Certification - RINA cross of Malta, Mach Y

June 24, 2022

New Model: Baglietto DOM 133

Baglietto has launched the first DOM 133, a semi-custom 41-metre aluminum super yacht designed by Stefano Vafiadis. The first Baglietto DOM 133 will be delivered to the Owner, later this summer. Since its very debut, the DOM line immediately met with roaring success: four more hulls are indeed currently under construction at the Carrara shipyard, with deliveries scheduled until 2024. Perfect for trans-oceanic cruising, this 41-metre super yacht stands out for her aluminium hull and limited draught of just over two meters, that make her perfect for navigation even in shallow waters. Her lines are modern and captivating. with the DOM 133 having generous interior volumes and can boast original lifestyle solutions that are unmatched on super yachts of this size. The main deck layout, for instance, has been conceived and designed to ensure a smooth, free flow between interior and exterior areas, while also enhancing a pleasant convivial atmosphere. The main salon, located on this deck, has floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows that, once fully open, covert this area into a natural extension of the aft cockpit. Another element deserving mention is the beach club, which has by now become the ‘hallmark’ of all latest-generation vessels of the La Spezia-based boat builder: developing on two levels, it features a magnificent infinity pool with lifting bottom that rises to make the already spacious cockpit even larger. A second pool can be found on the sun deck. Two Caterpillar 1600hp engines allow this yacht to reach an impressive maximum speed of 17 knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 40.60 m (133ft)
Beam - 8.70 m
Draft - 2.15 m
Displacement - 395 t GT (volume), 
Fuel Capacity - 40,000 l
Water Capacity - 10,000 l
Accommodation - ten guests in five cabins, or twelve guests in six cabins, 8 crew in 4 cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C32 1600hp, MTU 16v2000 M96L 2600hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 17 knots max fifteen knots cruise with Cats 1600hp, 21 knots max with MTU 2600hp
Range - 3500 nautical miles at fifteen knots or 4000 nautical miles at ten knots
Hull Shape - semi displacement
Construction - aluminium
Project - Stefano Vafiadis interior and exterior

January 15, 2022

New Launch: Baglietto 54.60m C#10231

Baglietto present hull number 10231, a 54.60 meter super yacht named C, and designed by Horacio Bozzo exterior and Hot Lab for interior.  A fully custom project which sold in 2017 and completed in early 2021  Baglietto 54 meter super yacht features very clean lines with three decks, and a semi wide-body main deck offering an accommodation for twelve guests in six cabins, and thirteen crew in seven.  This Baglietto 54 meter hull number 10231 features a fast displacement hull shape and powered by twin Cat engines 1622hp reaches top speeds up to fifteen knots and a cruise of twelve. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 54.60 m (179.1ft)
Beam - 10.4 m
Draft - 2.6 m
Displacement - 570 t half load, 860 GT
Fuel Capacity -100,000 l
Water Capacity - 25,000 l
Accommodation - twelve guess in six cabins, thirteen crew in seven cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C32 Acert 1622hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - fifteen knots max twelve knots cruise
Range - 4500 nm at twelve knots
Hull Shape - fast displacement
Construction - aluminium h321/h111
Project - Horacio Bozzo exterior, Hot Lab interior
Certification - Lloyds +100A1 Ssc G3

November 28, 2021

New Launch: Baglietto 40m Panam #4002

Hull number 4002 the 40 meter Panam from Baglietto started out with an identity crisis, as at first it made part of the Cerri Fuori serie fully custom line.  Launched in Summer 2021, Panam eventually became a Baglietto during construction, and considering its designer; Francesco Paszkowski and its looks, the yacht does fit perfect in the legendary name profile.   A fully custom project build of aluminum with a planning hull, 40 meter Panam offers a six guest cabins accommodation sleeping twelve, with five crew berths in three cabins.  Baglietto 40 meter Panam is powered by triple MTU 2600hp with water-jet propulsion and a central booster which enable her to reach top speeds of 31 knots, and a cruise of 25.  A 1800 nautical mile range is possible with an economic long range cruise of twelve knots. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 39.80 m (130.7ft)
Waterline Length - 37.5 m
Beam - 8.40 m
Draft - 2 m
Displacement - 270 t medium load
Fuel Capacity - 30,000 l
Water Capacity - 5.000 l
Accommodation - twelve guests in six cabins, five crew in three cabins
Engines - 3 x MTU 16V2000 M96L 2600hp
Propulsion - two by water-jets, plus central water-jet with booster
Speed - 31 knots max 25 knots cruise, twelve knots long range cruise
Range - 1800 nm at twelve knots cruise
Hull Shape - planning
Construction - aluminium
Project - Francesco Paszkowski
Certification - Lloyds

September 12, 2021

Project: Baglietto 40m Panam

With this project Gavio Group seems to have an identity crisis, as this listed in both Cerri CCN and Baglietto website under construction, although to be fair the yacht more looks like the later then the former, with the stern and raised pilot house all shouting out to the winged brand.  Announced as a project in Cerri's website Panam was the fifth Fuoriserie super yacht, that is before it got rebranded as Baglietto.  Baglietto 40m Panam comes from a design by Francesco Paszkowski, who took care of both exteriors and interiors, the latter in cooperation with Margherita Casprini.  Sleek and aggressive, this Baglietto stands out for her impressive performances, ensured by the aluminium alloy hull and three 2600hp MTU engines and three KaMeWa water-jet engines, which push her up to a maximum speed of 31 knots and a pleasant cruising speed of 25. All technical components, the mast and the roll bar are in carbon fibre, so as to reduce overall weight.  The straight bow endows this yacht with a a modern, dynamic and powerful look, further enhanced by the large irregular-shape windows that let plenty of natural light into the interior saloon.  The layout features a large salon on the main deck, separate from the dining area thanks to a “green” wall. Forward, the full-beam master suite is fitted with a walk-in wardrobe and a bathroom with hammam. Two folding balconies open up on the sides.  Four guest cabins are located on the lower bridge, which also hosts the professional galley. On this same deck, forward, are the captain’s cabin, 2 double cabins, the laundry and the crew mess. Behind the engine room is the semi-float-in garage storing a 17’ tender, while a pleasant beach area can be enjoyed aft, open on three sides and fitted with a beach platform transformer granting very easy access to the sea.  The fly bridge features a large aft custom-made pool with counter current swimming system, while a sunbathing area can be found at the bow.

July 30, 2021

Project: Baglietto T52

Baglietto shows the rendering for T52, a displacement 52 meter super yacht designed by Francesco Paszkowski.  This Baglietto 52 meter T-line will have three decks, aft beach club, weighing about 440 tons, and having a volume tonnage of 497 gross tonnage.  T52 will have an accommodation for four guest cabins in the lower deck, and an owners stateroom on the main deck.  Crew cabins will be five, with four of these cabins on the forward part of the lower deck which also includes a crew lobby, and captains cabin behind the pilot house.  Tender stowage will be for a side garage spanning nearly the full nine meter beam of the T52, for the main tender, and another on the foredeck.  The Baglietto T52 will be powered by twin MTU of 2186hp which allow for top speeds up to seventeen knots and a cruise of eleven.    

April 9, 2021

Project: Baglietto 41m Superfast

Baglietto announces the signature of a new order for a 41m Superfact yacht designed by Francesco Paszkowski.  Superfast 41 will be Baglietto's hull no. 10242, who can celebrate yet another achievement, just after the sale of the second DOM 133, revealed recently.  41n Superfast will be an aluminium build fast open super sport yacht, with both interiors and exteriors designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design.  The yacht features a bold, streamlined profile, with the champagne shade of the hull making her beauty even more striking. All cabins have been arranged on the lower deck: the master cabin is located amidships, the VIP cabin also a double can be found forward, while the two guest cabins have single beds that can easily slide and be converted into double beds. On the same deck, closer to the stern, are the crew quarters. Located beside the engine room and conveniently accessible directly from the main deck, they include the captain’s cabin and two double cabins for the crew, as well as the galley with dinette. The aft garage, which opens on one side, is used to store a tender.  The main deck has been devised in such a way as to ensure a harmonious continuum between interior and exterior areas. Two sliding doors, one located aft and the other on a side, provide access to the dining area and to the conversation area of the main salon. The latter is brightened by the natural light flowing through two ceiling-high windows, which also ensure a wonderfully close contact with the sea even when living indoors. The pilot station can be found forward of the main salon. The outdoor aft cockpit hosts a lounge area, while the sunbathing area on the aft swimming platform is perfect to relax by the sea. Another sunbathing area and a second conversation area have been set up at the extreme bow of this modern, impressively functional yacht.  A second pilot station, with a pleasant relaxation area just behind it, can be found on the fly bridge.  Fitted with three MTU engines, 41m Superfast will reach an impressive maximum speed of 33 knots and a cruising speed of 28.  She will be classified with ABS and is expected to be delivered in 2023. 

February 19, 2021

Project: Baglietto Superfast42

Italian boat builder Baglietto has revealed the first renderings of its latest 42m project, a planning hull aluminium yacht pencilled by Francesco Paszkowski for a European Owner. The La Spezia based shipyard is thus going back to its origins, reinterpreting its iconic planning line with an eye to the future.  This new 42m yacht is indeed characterised by a slender hull and a modern, aggressive design, further enhanced by the extensive use of multi-level glazed surfaces, resulting in a very contemporary exterior look.  The highly performing, brand-new hull, designed by Plana Design, can reach a remarkable maximum speed of 28 knots thanks to three MTU 2600hp engines with traditional shaft line external drives and a VOITH linear jet central drive.  The limited draught of just over two meters also deserves mention, as it allows to easily and comfortably cruise even in very shallow waters. The compact Hard Top superstructure, limited in height, makes a significant contribution to this yacht’s charming, stylish look. The stern, too, features innovative design solutions, with the transom door opening downwards to create a pleasant swimming platform on the sea featuring a lounge area furnished with sofas and a bar, while a side door makes launching and hauling the tender fast and easy.  Impressive volumes characterise this vessel, which has been mainly conceived to enjoy wonderful sunny day at sea and outdoor activities with friends. Inside, the layout is a traditional one, with the full-beam master stateroom located forward on the main deck and fitted with a large ensuite bathroom and a spacious walk-in wardrobe. A conversation area welcomes guests as they board the yacht on this deck, where the dining area and the galley can also be found.  The night guest area, situated on the lower deck, includes four guest cabins: 2 double VIP cabins and 2 twin cabins with an additional Pullman bed. On the same deck, at the bow, are the crew quarters, with the Captain’s cabin, a dinette, and 3 cabins with bunk beds.  The wheelhouse is on the upper deck and is directly connected to the large sky lounge, where guests will be able to enjoy a conversation area and a cinema room. The dining table is outside. Moving towards the stern, the sunbathing area can be reached, furnished with loungers and seats. Another sunbathing area is available at the bow, also on this deck.  Baglietto Superfast42 will be classified with Rina and is scheduled to be delivered by summer 2022.

July 3, 2020

New Model: Baglietto 40m RPH semi-displacement

Hull # 10232, a 40m RPH semi-displacement fully customized vessel built completely in aluminum for an American customer, was launched today in La Spezia at the Baglietto shipyard. This is the first launch at the Baglietto shipyard, after the Covid-19 lock-down, which represents Baglietto’s commitment to the yachting industry and an optimistic view of the future.  Baglietto developed a new platform to accommodate the owner’s vision and the design of Horacio Bozzo’s exterior with both a sporty, yet elegant character. The interiors have been designed by renowned designer Achille Salvagni, recognized for his award-winning super yachts and his unerring eye for detail.  This new construction project represents a further step for Baglietto in the growth path of fully custom-built yachts. This hull is a completely new naval platform designed with distinct modern features. The straight bow represents an absolute novelty for Baglietto. The boat’s technological solutions are worthy of attention, such as acoustic comfort and performance. It is, in fact, a semi-displacement aluminum yacht capable of reaching a considerable maximum speed of approx. 18 knots thanks to twin Cat 1622hp engines with very high acoustic parameters, settling around 40Dba.  Construction #10232 is part of Baglietto’s fully customized production line. Italian design and craftsmanship, recognizable all over the world, maximum attention to the customer and manufacturing quality, combined with cutting-edge technology and performance, from a construction site with a totally redefined and future-oriented structure, capable of guaranteeing an average annual production of three to four new yachts per year.  Currently, a new shed for boats up to 65m has been completed in the modern La Spezia shipyard. To date, there are 4 yachts under construction: in addition to hull # 10232, a 54m also with the signature of Horacio Bozzo’s designing the exterior and Hot Lab penning interior, being delivered in 2020 as well. The construction of the third 48m T -Line, sistership of Andiamo and Silver Fox, is underway for a South American owner and the production of an order signed last February for a 38m with delivery in 2022 has begun.
Technical Data:
LOA - 39.75 m (130.4ft)
Beam - 8.50 m
Draft - 2 m
Displacement - 235 t half load
Accommodation - twelve guests in six cabins, six crew in three cabins
Engines - 2 x Cat C32A Acert D 1622hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 17 knots max 12 knots cruise
Range - 3500 nm
Hull Shape - fast semi displacement with bulb
Construction - aluminium
Project - Horacio Bozzo exterior, Achille Salvagni interior
Certification - RINA

February 8, 2020

Project: Baglietto 40 meter Abaco

This idea of living and fully enjoying the sea is also the main inspiration of Abaco, a new Baglietto project signed by Santa Maria Magnolfi.  Ideal for sailing in shallow waters, Baglietto 40 meter Abaco is a super yacht to enjoy the warm crystal waters of the Bahamas, from which she takes her name. The Abaco project is a tribute the Italian shipyard and designers wanted to make to the people of one of the islands most affected by Hurricane Dorian.  Baglietto, as part of a humanitarian initiative, will give a percentage of the proceeds from the sale of the first project to the reconstruction of the Abaco island.  Innovative, modern, and robust lines, open spaces, and the proximity to the sea, as well as generous volumes for the interior, are some of the main features of this yacht.  The main deck can boast over 120 square meters of outdoor spaces, harmoniously stretched towards the stern where the cockpit and the beach club join in a single space in direct contact with the sea. In this ample space, there is an infinity pool and a comfortable sunbathing area. Behind it, a conversation area can become, if necessary, a dining area for 16 guests. Going forward, there is a real “winter garden” occupied by a bar and living space, which can be fully opened if required thanks to floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. The connection between the interior and exterior continues in the main saloon, which was designed with the same logic of opening both aft and in the large side windows. This extreme modularity makes it possible to get 150 square meters of outdoor spaces on a single bridge.  The owner’s suite has an office and a his and her bathrooms. The accommodation area is located in the lower deck, occupied by four large cabins. On the same deck, at the bow, the crew mess and crew area are found.  The upper deck, sundeck, and bow area add 170 square meters of open space, offering different areas for long conversations, gratifying lunch, or relaxation in the sun, satisfying every guest’s needs. The interior design was created as a continuity of the exterior, using natural materials and bright tones such as teak, straw, raffia, linen, and tropical woods, which give an exotic touch, freshness, and elegance.  The 40 meter Abaco is equipped with a garage capable of accommodating a tender of six meters in length, and a forward garage that can fit a rescue tender or yacht toys.  The motorization comes two Cat 1800hp engines capable of bringing the boat to a maximum speed of 17 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots, but a hybrid solution is also envisioned.

November 9, 2019

Project: Baglietto 65m V-Line

Baglietto during a press conference held at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel and Resort in Monaco the latest design of its new 65-meter superyacht created by Francesco Paszkowski Design.  The past and present come to life in this 65-meter concept whose lines were shown in private during the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show.  The subtle retro style of the roll-bar reminds us of one of the great Baglietto classics, Adler, from which the designer takes explicit inspiration. The vertical bow and an innovative stern add a modern and unique style. The profile has a chic combination of soft and powerful lines, along with large windows that are perfectly camouflaged in the structure thanks to a special darkening film.  The 65-meter T-Line superyacht is also inspired by the connection of light and water, which is found in many yachts aesthetic choices. The high windows in the main deck and the upper deck is a distinctive element of Baglietto yachts and created by Francesco Paszkowski Design. The pool on the upper deck has a transparent floor facing a large aquarium on the main deck. Natural light is a key added value on this design, including the large central lobby area where the light comes directly from the glass skylights of the flybridge.  Instead of stairs, the main deck is accessed via continuous side corridors. There is also a unique transition space between the exterior and interior which resembles a real winter garden. It has a transparent window and skylights placed on the ceiling, which allows guests to enjoy the natural light and converse even in the most adverse weather conditions.  Guest will also find an aquarium, a furnishing element, at the pool on the main deck. There are a large conversation area and dining area for twelve guests directly connected to the modern galley equipped for high-quality catering. In the bow, guests will find the owner’s suite and a VIP cabin with exclusive access to a private gym.  The accommodations include a six cabin layout. Four of the cabins are located on the lower deck, which could be accessed through an elevator or a convenient side door in the lobby. The bow area on this bridge is for the crew and includes the crew mess as well as space for their accommodations.  Aft, still on the lower deck, the floodable garage offers accommodation for a ten meter tender. A multi-purpose open space is also available, which is ideal for life on-board because it provides direct contact with the sea and natural light. The aft area, thanks to two side doors, can be transformed into a huge beach club with a gym or a pool area if the tender is launched. Behind the beach is a generous wellness area that includes a sauna, and dedicated services.  Going up on the upper deck, in line with the aquarium located on the main deck, guests will find the swimming pool with a sunbathing and dining area, including a wonderful bar. Inside, there’s a full-width cinema room and the wheelhouse with the captain’s cabin.  Finally, a second swimming pool is located on the sun deck with a large sunbathing area and a shaded conversation area near the roll bar.  A helipad for touch-and-go landings as well as a garage area for a 5.4-meter rescue tender and two jets are also available.  Various motorization options are being considered for this project. A hybrid solution is also envisaged.

August 17, 2019

Project: Baglietto 43m Explorer

Baglietto present the project for a 43m Explorer designed by the Italian firm Santa Maria Magnolfi, who conceived a view to creating a real Explorer Yacht capable of ensuring maximum seaworthiness, comfort and safety in all sea conditions. The yacht was therefore designed after a painstaking analysis of all the features and functions required to use the super yacht all year round, in any possible climate, building on the stylistic heritage of different sectors: that of work boats, that of warships and, obviously, the world of yachting.  The watchword for this model is flexibility; the shipyard presenting the project including a landing pad for helicopter, this version is thought for an owner who likes to enjoy fishing or sailing with a small boat. Thus, new ideas have been worked out to satisfy different requests.  The 58 sq. m upper deck is entirely reserved for the owner. Depending on the needs, access to the entrance salon may be open to everyone or, alternatively, be limited, to obtain an entirely private deck. The size of the master cabin is truly unrivaled for a yacht in this class. The glazed surfaces on three sides offer an impressive open view forward. This version hosts outside on this deck, besides the enlarged dining area for 12 people, a 28 sport fisherman boat as well as a 6 meter rescue tender. The area is extremely versatile, as it can be fitted out to host glamorous parties or, conversely, be furnished with very simple, functional furniture when the dinghies are in the water.  A panoramic area with sofa and table has been placed in the bow area.  On the main deck, the large full-beam salon features an almost square layout and has ceiling-high windows on the bulwarks. The aft part has been completely redesigned in this version; moving the tenders up has given the possibility to open the back space and get a cozy conversation area under the shadow with a panoramic view and easy access to the sea thanks to a transformer system.  A winter garden, an area that is considered as “outdoor” but is in fact enclosed by glazed surfaces and air conditioned, works as a filter between the salon and the aft area. Being in a low center of gravity position, the winter garden can also be used as a salon when cruising in bad weather conditions or as a TV room.  The lower deck offers four guest cabins. Aft there is a wine cellar with controlled temperature and humidity and a cold room fully dedicated to the fish storage.  The interiors are characterized by large glazed surfaces letting in plenty of natural light and ensuring a constant interaction with the outside environment and landscape. Vertical elements with metal finishes convey a sense of safety and sturdiness indoors too and, alternating with the pleasant shades of natural materials, create the perfect backdrop for objects coming from far-away countries and telling compelling stories of remote lands, just like a Captain’s logbook. It is like an uninterrupted tale, where different experiences blend to breathe life into a harmonious atmosphere. Italian marbles and exotic woods are combined with ancient Moroccan straw mats and Indian silk fabrics; the large display cabinets and the wide shelves have been specifically designed to showcase precious objects gathered from seas across the globe. The utmost care has been devoted to the tiniest details throughout the yacht, so as to take guests on long, wonderful voyages in a variety of climate and sea conditions, making no compromises while always ensuring maximum on-board comfort.  The exteriors are often modular and can therefore be adapted to different needs: the outdoor dining area on the upper deck can be closed on the sides by means of sliding glazed doors.  An external staircase allows to reach the sundeck, which is a real observation area, furnished with a sunbed area but featuring a much more minimal style, with teak having been replaced by polished flooring, typical of ice breakers and work boats. On this deck stands a bridge house that has been designed using tubular elements drawing inspiration from the military world but featuring an elegant restyling and sophisticated finishes. The bridge house now works as a lifting platform, resulting in an observation point from which the Owner and his guests can catch sight of whales or simply enjoy the view.  On-board, there are separate, dedicated routes and staircases for the guests and the crew across all decks. The crew can use three direct exits, one on a bulwark on the main deck, one forward in the anchor area, and one on the navigation bridge. On the latter, the spacious 36 square meters deck house with indoor wings and a walk-around console is ideal for long-range cruises, also thanks to the glazed finish ensuring unmatched visibility and breathtaking views. The crew quarters develop over two decks and feature several areas, such as a laundry, storage areas and cold rooms, allowing to cover long stretches at sea without intermediate calls.

July 13, 2019

New Model: Baglietto 55m T-Line

Baglietto, a historic and legendary Italian name with 160 years building luxury superyachts, has launched its new 55-meter motor yacht named Severin's on Saturday, July 6, at it's shipyard in La Spezia at the presence of her happy owner, his family and friends, the yacht crew and the owner representative from the Edmiston team.  Known as hull no.10225, M/Y Severin's was showcased for the first time in the warm light of a golden sunset on the Gulf of Poet at the presence of many guests, civil and military authorities, international media, CEOs and business executives, as well as the team who was part of the construction and their respective families.  After the flag-raising ceremony, Italian singer, performer and X Factor finalist, Aba Chiara, sang the Italian national anthem and Michele Gavino, CEO of Baglietto, gave a welcome speech on behalf of the shipyard. The launch M/Y Severin°s followed the traditional baptism ritual of the sea, with the christening of the yacht and the Champaign bottle crash.  This new 55-meter hull is part of Baglietto’s traditional platform designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design.  The vessel’s soft and sleek lines reflect Baglietto’s traditional Italian style and, together with the lowered gunwales and side air vents, will embody the Seagull brand’s distinct aesthetic features. Francesco Paszkowski designed the warm and cozy interior in collaboration with architect Margherita Casprini.  The layout, which is set up perfectly for charter with a total of six cabins, was developed through the wonderful cooperation between the client, Baglietto and Francesco Paszkowski Design.  The main deck is dedicated to the family. It has a vast master suite with a central bed, a secluded office, and a walk-in closet. Two guest cabins for the family members are located on the same deck as well. The central lobby hosts a panoramic lift in marble which connects the three decks. The main saloon aft at the entrance offers an in-and-out area with an elegant space enclosed by a glass window that can be completely opened. The dining area has a central round table which completes the main deck layout.  On the lower deck, there are two additional guest cabins, with the crew area next to the professional galley. The crew’s quarters include a crew mess room and six crew cabins all with ensuite heads. The captain’s cabin is on the upper deck next to the modern wheelhouse, which has an integrated system provided by Telemar.  One more guest cabin is located on the upper deck, which has a multi-functional space furnished with a sofa and two Pullman beds. This area can easily become a playroom, or a massage room as required. The interior layout is complete with a living room, conversation area, and a gaming table. Outside, always on the upper deck, you can find a dining table for ten with a bar and relax area located aft.  The sun deck, a Baglietto trademark, is astonishing: 150 square meters of al fresco space entirely devoted to gatherings and outdoor activities. The stern offers a vast sunbathing area with freestanding sunbeds, while a relax area is located under the shadows of the roll bar. The two pop-up tables can transform this space into a cozy dining spot. There is also a swimming pool and bar on this deck.  The placement of the tender and toys in the fore-deck allows more space to be dedicated to the Beach Club, which has double access. The Beach Club offers 55 square meters of space to relax with a steam shower, bar, and an additional area perfect for a gym and spa. The Beach Club faces the sea, ideal for those tranquil moments on the water.  The yacht is certified with the maximum class by Lloyd’s Register of Shipping and has received two Caterpillar engines 2719hp push her at a maximum speed of 17 knots and cruising speed of 12 knots.  M/Y Severin's, hull no. 10225, is an example of Baglietto’s flexibility and full use of its T-Line production.  Baglietto is recognized all over the world for its Italian design and craftsmanship, as well as its cutting-edge technology and performance. It relies on a state-of-the-art, entirely renovated shipyard, capable of ensuring an average production rate of three to four yachts per year. To date, there are four super yachts under construction at Baglietto’s modern La Spezia shipyard: a 43-meter HT Fast Line; a 54-meter, a 40-meter, and a 48-meter T-Line, three of which set to be delivered in 2020.
Technical Data:
LOA - 55 m (180.4ft)
Beam - 10.20 m
Draft - 3 m
Displacement - 620 t half load
Fuel Capacity - 93000 l
Water Capacity - 18000 l
Accommodation - twelve guests in six cabins, or ten guests in five cabins, eleven crew in 6 cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats 3516 DITA 2719hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 17 knots max 12 knots cruise
Range - 4500 nm at cruise
Project - Francesco Paszkowski interior and exterior, M.Caspini interior decor
Certification - Lloyds unrestricted navigation MCA LY3 Compliance

February 10, 2018

Project: Baglietto 54m Hull 10231

Baglietto reveals first image of the new 54m hull #10231.  Featuring a displacement shape underwater hull 10231 is based on a brand new naval platform expressly tailored for this project. The vessel in all aluminum and will have a beam over ten meters and draft less to three meters with a transatlantic range of 4500 nautical miles at cruising speed of 12 knots.  Baglietto 54m Hull 10231 will be in the highest class of Lloyd’s Register of Shipping. The yacht is intended for delivery in 2020.