Italian shipyard Baglietto has confirmed the sale of the seventh unit in its popular 52 metre T52 series.
The hull, known as 10253, was commissioned by an experienced owner with Manuele Thiella and Tommaso Chiabra at Royal Yacht International securing the sale. The model is due to hit the water in 2025.
The T52 was revealed by the shipyard in 2020 as the new flagship of Baglietto's T-Line. Designed by Francesco Paszkowski, the 52 metre features an open stern, a three-level beach club and a large pool that can disappear into the deck for added functionality and space.
Other highlights include an upper deck sky lounge that can be opened on three sides and a 24-metre-long sundeck that is unmatched on a vessel of this size, according to the shipyard. Steps from the sun deck lead down to a large foredeck sun lounge with double sun pads and plenty of sofa space.
Accommodation on this particular hull is for 12 guests with power coming from a pair of CAT C32 engines.
Speaking on the sale, Fabio Ermetto, Baglietto's chief commercial officer, said: "Considering that no hull in the series has even hit the water yet. Baglietto is experiencing a period of extraordinary and unprecedented success. Seven seems really to be a magic number for us: only a few days ago we announced the sale of another vessel and it marks the seventh order acquisition since the beginning of the year.”
This is the third new build sale to come from the Monaco Yacht Show 2022 for Royal Yacht International.
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