Baglietto announces major project updates during the 2019 MYS


26/09/2019 - 20:46

Monaco, 26 September 2019 - Baglietto, a historic shipyard based in La Spezia, presented during a press conference held today at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel and Resort in Monaco the latest design of its new 65-meter superyacht created by Francesco Paszkowski Design (FPD). The shipyard also unveiled the luxurious interior design concept of the Baglietto 48-meter T-Line superyacht (hull number 10233), developed in partnership with Visionnaire, the Bologna-based company specializing in interior design.

"Our new 65-meter superyacht was introduced last year only as a concept, and today we are happy to share the progress we have made. This is a project for which we are putting a lot of efforts and focus on both the style and cutting-edge technological solutions," said Michele Gavino, CEO Baglietto.

"We are also very excited to start the new yachting season with important projects in collaboration with major partners and designers like Visionnaire. At Baglietto, our mission is to offer our clientele a fully-custom and unique luxury superyacht. Partnerships with firms that share our same philosophy and value show our commitment to providing the high-quality style sought in those who choose to live the Baglietto brand," he added.

To date, Baglietto has four superyachts under construction at its modern shipyard in La Spezia, which can accommodate vessels of up to 65 meters in length. The superyachts include:

54-meter and 40-meter superyachts to be delivered in 2020; both will have exteriors designed by Horacio Bozzo and interiors designed by Hot Lab and Achille Salvagni, respectively.

43-meter Fast HT superyacht scheduled for sale and delivery in 2021 and designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design.

48-meter T-Line model produced on speculation. This vessel will be the sistership of Andiamo and Silver Fox, scheduled for delivery in 2021.


The past and present come to life in this 65-meter concept whose lines were shown for the first time during last year's Monaco Yacht Show.

The subtle retro style of the roll-bar reminds us of one of the great Baglietto classics, Adler, from which the designer takes explicit inspiration. The vertical bow and an

innovative stern add a modern and unique style. The profile has a chic combination of soft and powerful lines, along with large windows that are perfectly camouflaged in the structure thanks to a special darkening film.

The 65-meter T-Line superyacht is also inspired by the connection of light and water, which is found in many yachts' aesthetic choices. The high windows in the main deck and the upper deck is a distinctive element of Baglietto yachts and created by Francesco Paszkowski Design. The pool on the upper deck has a transparent floor facing a large aquarium on the main deck. Natural light is a key added value on this design, including the large central lobby area where the light comes directly from the glass skylights of the flybridge.

Instead of stairs, the main deck is accessed via continuous side corridors. There is also a unique transition space between the exterior and interior which resembles a real winter garden. It has a transparent window and skylights placed on the ceiling, which allows guests to enjoy the natural light and converse even in the most adverse weather conditions.

Guest will also find an aquarium, a furnishing element, at the pool on the main deck. There are a large conversation area and dining area for 12 guests directly connected to the modern galley equipped for high-quality catering. In the bow, guests will find the owner's suite and a VIP cabin with exclusive access to a private gym.

The accommodations include a 6-cabin layout. Four of the cabins are located on the lower deck, which could be accessed through an elevator or a convenient side door in the lobby. The bow area on this bridge is for the crew and includes the crew mess as well as space for their accommodations.

Aft, still on the lower deck, the floodable garage offers accommodation for a 10-meter tender. A multi-purpose open space is also available, which is ideal for life onboard because it provides direct contact with the sea and natural light. The aft area, thanks to two side doors, can be transformed into a huge beach club with a gym or a pool area if the tender is launched. Behind the beach is a generous wellness area that includes a sauna, hammam, and dedicated services.

Going up on the upper deck, in line with the aquarium located on the main deck, guests will find the swimming pool with a sunbathing and dining area, including a wonderful bar. Inside, there's a full-width cinema room and the wheelhouse with the captain's cabin.

Finally, a second swimming pool is located on the sun deck with a large sunbathing area and a shaded conversation area near the roll bar.

A helipad for touch-and-go landings as well as a garage area for a 5.4-meter rescue tender and two jets are also available.

Various motorization options are being considered for this project. A hybrid solution is also envisaged.


Visionnaire partners with Baglietto for the interiors of the 48-meter T-Line superyacht

This partnership arises from our client's need to enjoy the interiors of a house inside their yachts. Their vision is to live at home even when they are on board, with the same level of comfort. It was this vision from our clients that drove our collaboration with Visionnaire, the high-end Italian furniture leader to study a concept of the interior furnishing of the 48-meter T-Line by Baglietto. The two brands embraced the challenge with enthusiasm and were united by the same values and entrepreneurial philosophy.

The concept focuses on the configuration of the spaces, striving to make the interior and exterior areas and their respective designs comfortable and practical. From the choice of the appropriate furnishings to the finishes of each space, Visionnaire's design focused on three main areas:

On the main deck: living area; dining area; owner's bedroom; owner's bathroom

On the bridge deck: outdoor area and home theatre

On the lower deck: three VIP cabins

The interiors have a simple, clean, and contemporary style, but at the same time show a strong personality. They include the use of color contrasts in the upholstery of the furnishings and the fixed elements of the fittings, such as the dark délabré brass suspended ceiling and the light-colored wood flooring.

There is a sense of continuous and fluid spaciousness, which changes the concept of rigid space distribution. A central view from the external sofa shows a clear desire to create a strong connection between the interior and exterior.

The living and dining areas make use of soft and neutral shades like the pearl color of the sofas and the polychrome grey of the Revenge Visionnaire table. The only contrasting element is the teal velvet used to upholster the chairs and for the cushions.

The owner's cabin offers the same contemporary atmosphere seen in the living area. The furniture was chosen from the most recent Visionnaire collections; the Emotion headboard, in this case, has been redesigned with an ad hoc customization repeated over the whole surface. Fabric wallpaper matching the furnishings are used on the walls.

In the VIP cabins, three different models of for the bed were chosen: Ripley, Perkins, and Beloved. They were designed and adapted to the differing shapes of the cabins. In these cabins, the walls have wood and marble panels and fabric wallpaper in differing colors to distinguish cabins and give each one a distinct identity.

The area set aside for the home theater is particularly fascinating because it is open to the surrounding view. It is furnished with the Visionnaire modular Anthem sofa which occupies the whole perimeter of the area while leaving, in this case too, a clear view of the bridge deck exterior.

The exterior features the brand's oval Solstice table, with a marble top that is large enough to seat 10 to 11 people. This area has Palm Beach corner sofas and related coffee tables, and a Serendipity bar unit.

"We are very proud to be able to work in perfect synergy with a company like Baglietto who has such extensive know-how in the yachting industry," concludes Andrea Gentilini, CEO of Visionnaire. "It has been an important project. While on the one hand it has confirmed the long-standing bespoke capacity of the Visionnaire Brand, together with the excellence of our typically Italian savoir faire, it also shows our natural passion for design and our penchant for putting ourselves to the test with other operations in the luxury sector."

The Baglietto 48-meter T-Line hull no. 10233 is currently under construction at the Baglietto shipyard in La Spezia available for delivery in Spring 2021.

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