Baglietto leads the Cannes, Genoa and Monaco yacht shows

Baglietto leads the Cannes, Genoa and Monaco yacht shows

Baglietto leads the Cannes, Genoa and Monaco yacht shows


14/09/2018 - 17:11

The historical Baglietto shipyard, based in La Spezia and part of the Gavio Group, will be the leading figure at the international boat shows of Cannes, Genoa and Monaco with support from major partners, who share the same values that led to Baglietto‘s success: passion, excellence and Italian style, from wellness to haute couture and yacht decoration to famous Italian spirits and wines.

Baglietto has chosen the luxury brand, Moreschi, historical Italian Shoemaker, as a stylistic complement; the Baglietto 48m Owner’s cupboards are fitted with Moreschi footwear and leather. Shirts by partner Bagutta, synonymous with Italian tailoring tradition and the Made in Italy label since 1975, fit perfectly with Baglietto and Moreschi style.
From haute couture to art, the partnership with Marcorossi Art Gallery continues a successful collaboration in the South of France. Paintings from international artists like Arcangelo, Shafik, Barnils and Velez color the walls of the new Baglietto 48m T-Line. From art to wellness, Technogym, the world-renowned fitness equipment company, will provide the yacht with products from its Personal line, which is designed by Antonio Citterio.

Another example of Italian excellence in craftsmanship, Michela Nicoli has partnered with Baglietto to provide the new 48m yacht with the finest handcrafted Italian linens, including bed sheets, beach towels and bath accessories. The décor on board is provided by the Monaco-based Boutsen Design to enhance the sophisticated interiors of the yacht together with the innovative plate collections signed Infinito Design.

The ongoing partnership with Marchesi Antinori winery continues its successful collaboration and this year Campari cocktails will complete the most glamorous evenings on the French Riviera, all organized by Baglietto.

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