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Italian yard Baglietto has launched a 40-metre all-aluminium superyacht featuring exterior design by Horacio Bozzo and Achille Salvagni.

24 June 2020


Hull #10232 is a 40-metre RPH semi-displacement fully customised vessel built completely in aluminium for an American customer.

The launch was the first at the Baglietto shipyard since the COVID-19 lockdown in Italy.

Baglietto developed a new platform to accommodate the owner’s vision. The design of Horacio Bozzo’s exterior features a sporty, yet elegant character. The interiors have been designed by Achille Salvagni, recognised for his award-winning superyachts and his unerring eye for detail.

This hull is a completely new naval platform designed with distinct modern features, including the incorporation of a straight bow.

The boat’s technological solutions are worthy of attention, such as acoustic comfort and performance. The superyacht is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 18 knots thanks to TWIN CAT C32 ACERT D rated engines with acoustic parameters settling around 40Dba.


The construction of #10232 is part of Baglietto’s fully customised production line.

Currently, a new shed for boats up to 65 metres has been completed in the modern La Spezia shipyard.

To date, there are four yachts under construction.

In addition to hull #10232, a 54-metre is also being built, with Horacio Bozzo designing the exterior and Hot Lab penning the interior, which is expected to be delivered in 2020.

The construction of the third 48-metre T-Line, sistership to Andiamo and Silver Fox, is underway for a South American owner, and the production of an order signed last February for a 38-metre has begun.



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