Baglietto Yachts

Custom superyacht shipyard Baglietto, based in La Spezia, draws from a rich heritage of Italian craftsmanship and innovation.

History of Baglietto Yachts

In 1854, Pietro Baglietto founded the shipwright company in Varazze, Italy, that has borne his name ever since. By the late 1880s, Baglietto had established itself as a popular builder of regatta-winning racing sailboats. With the turn of the century, Baglietto added motorboats to its offerings, setting two important records. In 1906, the yard launched Giuseppina, at 22.6 metres the largest combustion engine-powered cruising yacht ever built in Italy, and, around time, prototyped the world’s first hydrofoil craft.

Baglietto continued to build diverse and innovative vessels throughout the 20th century, including military craft, racing boats and pleasure yachts for illustrious clientele such as the King of Spain and Guglielmo Marconi. In the post-World War II years, the shipyard built launched several popular series, including its M Class flybridge cruising yachts. Baglietto changed from wood to aluminium construction in the late 1900s, moving up into the world of superyachts. In 2012, the shipyard was acquired by the Gavio Group, a major Italian industrial group that also owns Cerri Cantieri Navali.

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Notable Baglietto Superyachts

In 2006, Baglietto launched Blue Scorpion, a 53-metre full displacement superyacht with a unique “zen” interior design by Francesco Paszkowski. On the semi-displacement side, the shipyard delivered the 44-metre, 30-knot Monokini in 2013. Monokini features an exterior design by Paszkowski and a contemporary interior by Alberto Mancini.

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Specialisations

Baglietto offers new construction of semi-displacement and full-displacement aluminium and steel superyachts up to 60 metres in length. Its shipyard in La Spezia also offers service and refit work for superyachts to 120 metres.

YACHTS BY Baglietto

VICKY

59.4 m  2008

SEVERIN'S

55 m  2020

C

54.6 m  2020

UNICORN

54 m  2016

BLANCA

53 m  2008

BURKUT

53 m  2009

MISCHIEF

52.43 m  2006

BAGLIETTO 52M

52 m  2023

GRAND CRU

49.99 m  1995

BAGLIETTO 48M

48 m  2021

ANTALIS

47.85 m  2007

ANDIAMO

47.6 m  2017

SILVER FOX

47.6 m  2018

ROE

47 m  2017

BAGLIETTO 46M FAST

46.3 m  2021