2017 has once more proven to be a really successful year for Baglietto, who, following the sale of 46 Fast Lucky me and a 54 m all-aluminum displacement yacht for an American owner, is now announcing a new work order for a 55 m steel and aluminum yacht, to be built for a European client. The hull no. 10225 of the La Spezia-based shipyard has been sold with the help of Cornelius Gerling from Edmiston, who is representing the Owner.
Designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design, this new 55 m vessel uses Baglietto¹s traditional platform (the T-Line). The yacht is expected to be delivered during the 2019 season. Her soft and sleek lines reflect Baglietto¹s traditional style and, together with the lowered gunwales and side air vents, will embody the Seagull brand¹s unmistakable aesthetic features.
The layout, conversely, has been extensively customized and includes six cabins. Features, among many others, will include a huge beach club area and a sundeck of 160m2. Further details are, however, to be kept confidential at this point.
This 55 m project, says Baglietto¹s CEO Michele Gavino, is the third work order Baglietto has acquired over the last eight months, a time during which we have also delivered two new products (48 m Andiamo and the first MV19 Ridoc) and presented two new projects that will complete our renovated range: a restyling of the 43 m Fast and the brand-new 70 m yacht by Mulder Design. We are working with great commitment and equally great humility on our products, so as to to ensure increasingly high quality, as well as a continued focus on research & development. In this way we are able to offer our clients a varied and versatile range. Once again, having the opportunity to build the yacht on speculation has allowed us to offer the Owner faster delivery times.
Besides this new 55 m yacht, a 48 m displacement craft (the twin sister of MY Andiamo and a 43 m yacht in the Fast line) are currently under construction at the La Spezia shipyard.
Baglietto‘s range also includes 38 m, 43 m, and 46 m projects in its Fast Line; 41 m, 44 m, 50 m, and 55 m vessels in the more modern V-Line, while 2 projects – 43 m and 62 m plus a brand-new 70 m model, will complete the traditional steel and aluminum T-line.