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
Mavericks never settle for doing the same thing everyone else does. That sounds like the same spirit as the German sailor who has commissioned Maverick from Cantiere delle Marche. The 142-footer (43.2-meter) will make her way through the Northwest Passage, among other areas. Part of the shipyard’s Flexplorer series, the megayacht—a.k.a. Flexplorer 142—combines robust looks
Since opening its doors a little over a decade ago, Tankoa Yachts has delivered several yachts starting at 150 feet (48 meters). Success continues, with the sale of the Tankoa 50-meter series hull 4. Already under construction, she should start cruising in the summertime of 2022. Tankoa created the series with Francesco Paszkowski Design, to
In about a year, a South American owner will have the real versions of these rooms to enjoy. Baglietto Hull 10233, whose name remains confidential, will also show off some other special areas. Altogether, they’re enhancements to the Baglietto 48M T-Line. Started on spec, and acquired by this owner last December, the megayacht is a
While still offering custom explorer yachts, Cantiere delle Marche wants to open global cruising to more customers who prefer quicker delivery and similar advantages of semi-custom yachts. As a result, the Cantiere delle Marche EXP 42 introduces the new EXP series. An expected 5,000-nautical-mile range at 10 knots means the world is her owners’ oyster.