Photography by Baglietto
Baglietto, based in La Spezia, Italy, presented the latest design of its new 65-metre superyacht created by Francesco Paszkowski Design (FPD).
The shipyard also unveiled the luxurious interior design concept of the Baglietto 48-metre T-Line superyacht (hull number 10233), developed in partnership with Visionnaire, the Bologna-based company specialising in interior design.
“Our new 65-metre superyacht was introduced last year only as a concept, and today we are happy to share the progress we have made,” said Michele Gavino, CEO Baglietto.
“This is a project for which we are putting a lot of effort and focus on both the style and cutting-edge technological solutions. We are also very excited to start the new yachting season with important projects in collaboration with major partners and designers like Visionnaire.
“At Baglietto, our mission is to offer our clientele a fully-custom and unique luxury superyacht.
“Partnerships with firms that share our same philosophy and value show our commitment to providing the high-quality style sought in those who choose to live the Baglietto brand.”
To date, Baglietto has four superyachts under construction at its modern shipyard in La Spezia, which can accommodate vessels of up to 65 metres in length.
The vessels include: 54-metre and 40-metre superyachts to be delivered in 2020. Both will have exteriors designed by Horacio Bozzo and interiors designed by Hot Lab and Achille Salvagni, respectively.
Also on the go is a 43-metre Fast HT superyacht scheduled for sale and delivery in 2021 and designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design. Plus, there’s the 48-metre T-Line model produced on speculation. This vessel will be the sistership of Andiamo and Silver Fox, and is scheduled for delivery in 2021.
The Baglietto 48-metre T-Line hull no. 10233 is currently under construction and scheduled for delivery in Spring 2021.
“We are very proud to be able to work in perfect synergy with a company like Baglietto who has such extensive know-how in the yachting industry,” said Andrea Gentilini, CEO of Visionnaire.
“It has been an important project. While on the one hand it has confirmed the long-standing bespoke capacity of the Visionnaire Brand, together with the excellence of our typically Italian savoir faire, it also shows our natural passion for design and our penchant for putting ourselves to the test with other operations in the luxury sector.”