Serenaded by an Italian singer, the largest Baglietto T-Line project slipped into the water over the weekend. The launch and christening celebration took place with quite a crowd in attendance, including the owner, his family and friends, and the crew. Simultaneously, Severin°s helped to celebrate the 140-year-plus history of Baglietto. Started as hull number 10225,
A concept design from Baglietto and yacht architect Santa Maria Magnolfi has gone deep. Meaning, it’s gone deep-sea fishing. The duo propose a sportfisherman version of the Baglietto 43M Explorer. The aim is to entice a different type of customer, and to show passionate anglers the possibilities. Initially revealed last September, the 43M Explorer draws
A 180-footer (55-meter) in Baglietto’s T-Line of megayachts remains on pace for launch in about a year’s time. The shipyard is keeping the yacht’s name confidential for now. Regardless, we’re getting some good first looks at the overall design inside and out for Baglietto hull 10225. The T-Line gets its name from being relatively traditional
The annual Miami Yacht Show megayachts lineup attracts both brokerage and new-build buyers from around the world. As the industry, interest, and yachts have grown, though, the show’s longtime location couldn’t accommodate them. Now concentrated in downtown Miami, the event promises more yachts, and more ease in getting around. For its three-decade history, the Miami
The American market is becoming more significant for Baglietto. An American owner is about a year away from taking delivery of an all-aluminum megayacht from the shipyard. For the time being, the shipyard just refers to her as the Baglietto 40M RPH. She is Baglietto hull number 10232. This 131-footer (40-meter) is special for a few reasons.
Launched in August 2018, Silver Fox, the Baglietto 48M T-Line model, premiered worldwide the following month at the Cannes Yachting Festival. On the first day of the show, the Italian shipyard announced that she’d sold. Her sea-loving owner just saw the yacht in build, and her development through renderings. But, when he saw the finished