One hundred twenty-five feet (38 meters) may seem small to some people, but for one particular owner, the size is just perfect. This owner has commissioned a 38M V-Line from Baglietto, looking forward to delivery in springtime in two years. It’s also the first contract of the year for the Italian shipyard. The megayacht bears
People on this side of the Atlantic aren’t the only ones concerned about the reconstruction of the Abacos following Hurricane Dorian. Baglietto has pledged to donate funds from the contract of their Abaco concept design to the cause. Fittingly, the megayacht design revolves around cruising the shallow waters of the Bahamas. Both Baglietto and the
Sometimes you can remain faithful to your past while still shaking things up a bit. Baglietto and Francesco Paszkowski Design are doing this, with the Baglietto 65M V-Line design. Still a concept, but ready for contract, the project is edgy and inventive, to improve the cruising experience. At 213 feet (65 meters), the concept is
An Allied Marine yacht broker has filed a lawsuit against a client and Baglietto. He claims the two circumvented verbal agreements under which he would receive a commission. The lawsuit follows a related filing by the client. The owner requests a declaratory judgment that the broker is not due any commission from the megayacht purchase.
UPDATE, DECEMBER 12, 2019: A South American customer has bought this hull in the Baglietto 48M T-Line series. While we do not know the name, she should see completion in about a year. The shipyard reports that the owner has many years of experience cruising. He and Francesco Paszkowski are making a few style changes,
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,