Three years ago, Baglietto introduced DOM, a line of megayachts aimed at the new generation of yacht buyers. The series gets its name from the Latin word domus, meaning “home.” This week, the shipyard announced the sale of its fourth DOM133. While the DOM series started with the DOM123, a 121-footer (37-meter), the DOM133 is
The project known only by her hull number, Baglietto 10233, is in the water and bears her true name. Meet Lion, part of the Baglietto 48M T-Line. Her launch took place last week at the shipyard’s La Spezia facility. While the megayacht belongs to the same series as Andiamo and Silver Fox, she still has
Yacht owners looking forward to thrilling speeds of 33 knots at top end and 28 knots while cruising will be able to do so in about two years. They’ve signed a contract for a Baglietto 41m Superfast, an open megayacht. The all-aluminum project, measuring 134’5” (41 meters), leaves no doubt as to her sporty intention.
If the thought of a 138-footer (42-meter) doing 28 knots sounds exciting to you, you are not alone. A European customer has commissioned the aptly nicknamed Superfast 42 project from Baglietto. Similar to Baglietto megayachts in past decades, this new project has a slim hull and forceful styling. Francesco Paszkowski Design penned the lines, additionally
The first Baglietto 52M T-Line motoryacht made the festive season even more festive. This 171-footer, Baglietto hull 10238, saw craftspeople lay her keel right before Christmas. While the owner couldn’t attend, he did see his yacht start to take shape via a livestream, while all of Baglietto’s craftspeople looked on in person. Equally worth noting,
Baglietto is unveiling some significant makeovers of proven series, while also introducing a new line. The aptly named Superfast series joins the newly redesigned Baglietto T-Line and Fast series of yachts. All of this is taking place under a new management team, too. The past several years have seen a number of T-Line deliveries, including