Baglietto has launched a new 54m yacht from its La Spezia facility. The aluminium displacement superyacht was built based on Baglietto’s 53m platform, used previously on Blue Scorpion, Gitana and Baraka.
During the ceremony Baglietto’s latest creation was welcomed by her new European owner, the shipyard workers and several civil and military authorities who took part in the event.
Francesco Paszkowski Design took care of the exterior lines as well as the interior styling. This is now the 33rd exterior project and the 26th interior project the Italian studio has completed for Baglietto. In other words, Francesco Paszkowski Design has worked on at least 51 per cent of the Balglietto fleet so far. Italian architect Margherita Casprini also worked on the interior of the project, as did Baglietto’s technical department for the engineering.
The 54m superyacht is the second largest Baglietto yacht launched to date, in terms of LOA, just behind 58.4m Vicky, which was delivered in 2009.
Baglietto’s well known displacement line is soon to be joined by fast planing yachts, set to stand out for their streamlined, aggressive profiles. In April 2016, the first 46m model is scheduled to launch. The fast line will also include an entry level yacht with an LOA of 36m.
Whilst Baglietto’s core business focus is the displacement, and soon to be,fast planing yachts, the builder is currently working on the MV range – a modern reinterpretation of historical underwater assault vessels. Baglietto has confirmed that the MN13 and MV19 are currently under construction at the new La Spezia plant and scheduled for a Spring delivery this year.
Interior Designer: Francesco Paszowski Design
Interior Designer: Francesco Paszowski Design / Margherita Casprini
Naval Engineering: Baglietto
Year of Delivery: 2016
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