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Navigo Partner: Baglietto

The concept of leadership has always characterised Baglietto’s activity and growth since 1854, when Pietro Baglietto started to build small wooden boats in the backyard of his house. Since that time, the brand has been synonymous with innovation and true creative spirit, as well as technical genius, promoting engineering research and product development. The recent industrial growth plans by the Gavio Group, which acquired Baglietto in 2012, aim to prove Baglietto’s leadership once more, placing the shipyard among the major international ones. In order to reach this goal significant investments have been made, widening the shipyard infrastructures - in particular, the shipyard plants and workshops now occupy an area of 35,000 square metres - along with two new covered plants for the building of motor yachts up to 65 metres plus the addition of two piers allowing mooring of motor yachts up to 70 metres. The project - which has implied many years of restoration works – means that the shipyard can now rely on a new 3,600 sq. m basin with two 85 metre docks, resulting in a larger number of available berths. At the same time, production has resumed on a full-time basis: Baglietto currently has 50 direct employees and can count on about 200 external craftsmen and suppliers working for the shipyard.

Following the delivery of the first MV19 and of 48 metre Andiamo, both delivered in June, four hulls are currently under construction at the shipyard in La Spezia. A new 55 metre displacement motor yacht is being produced, together with a 43 metre Fast, and a second 48 metre displacement yacht, the sistership of Andiamo. Finally, the construction of a brand-new 54 metre all-aluminium hull has just started.

The effort of the shipyard is focused not only on the production of new vessels but also on the related engineering research and the development of new models, ensuring the constant improvement and consolidation of the product range and of the shipyard’s activity as a whole. Each of these new projects coherently follows the conceptual design ideas that proved to be successful in the past, identifying Baglietto’s style while also respecting all the key naval features - such as stability, soundness and reliability – that have always characterised Baglietto vessels since the very beginning of production activities.

The projects already developed in terms of both style and engineering, designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design and Baglietto’s Technical Department, also include a 44 metre displacement vessel, a 62 metre displacement motor yacht, and a 38 metre fast motor yacht, as well as a new 48 metre explorer-type and a 44 metre Open fast motor yacht.

Recently, Baglietto presented to the market its new V_LINE, which features yachts between 40 and 55 metres in length characterised by very contemporary lines and a vertical bow. The new line has been pencilled by three Italian design firms that were asked to interpret Baglietto’s style having in mind the strong identity of the brand and drawing inspiration from Baglietto's history and elegant, iconic style. Francesco Paszkowski Design signed two projects of 41 metres and 44 metres, Hot Lab designed a new 38 metre, a 41 metre, a 44 metre, and a 50 metre, and Santa Maria Magnolfi signed a 41 metre, 50 metre and 55 metre displacement and semi-displacement, steel and light aluminium alloy yachts. In particular, the 44 metre and the 50 metre crafts were developed in a hybrid version too.


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