Francesco Paszkowski Design, one of the most acclaimed yacht designer studios in the large custom yacht sector on the international scene was born in Milan in 1963 and moved with his family to Florence when he was only three years old. His passion for design — he was particularly interested in that of cars — led him to study architecture. While studying, together with his love for cars, he also started to take an interest in the design of boats. Since 1990 Francesco Paszkowski Design has been working with owners and with some of the most prestigious boatyards all over the world. In addition to his cooperation with Baglietto, now a brand of Baglietto Group, which has now lasted for more than fifteen years, Francesco Paszkowski Design has designed boats for the Dutch firm Heesen. In 2005 he further increased the number of his customers by designing for the Sanlorenzo yard and he’ also been cooperating with  Tankoa Yachts, Isa Yachts and CRN. Francesco Paszkowski Design studio numbers five cooperators, to provide exterior and interior design together with research on materials. The success of his boats and the trust that boatyards and owners have continued to show in Paszkowski Design over the last twenty years show his capacity to take account not only of the owner’ special needs but also of the yard’ technical requirements. Being awarded with many prestigious international Awards, Paszkowsk has remained faithful to the principles that he has learnt during his career and believes that is it is of fundamental importance to “ the materials, the life of the boatyard, and the work of those involved in the construction of a boat.”
The superyacht line’s new flagship will be the largest ever built by the yard…
The fast displacement hull gives the yacht a top speed of 21.5 knots and a cruising speed of 18 knots.
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The vessel was launched at Ferretti Group’s Ancona facility…
The 4th hull in Tankoa’s 50m series has touched the water for the first time…
The custom 38m M/Y Enterprise hits the water shortly after the 48m M/Y Attitude…
The Superfast 42 model was launched from the La Spezia shipyard…