La Spezia-based historic boat builder Baglietto – part of the Gavio Group – will be present at the Cannes Yachting Festival, from 12 to 17 September (stand SYE225) with two worldwide premières by Francesco Paszkowski Design: the 48 m displacement yacht Andiamo and the first MV19 Ridoc. Ridoc will also mark the Baglietto’s comeback among the protagonists of the Genoa Boat Show, the be held from September 21 to 26. Andiamo will then be back on the French Riviera at the Monaco Yacht Show, from 27 to 30 September (stand QE16).
The Baglietto shipyard will continue the boat show season at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (5-9 November), in the Sybass SuperyachtLife area.
After the delivery of the first MV19 and of Andiamo, the latest 48 m displacement yacht bolt, delivered in June, four hulls are currently under construction at the shipyard in La Spezia: a new 55-meter displacement motor-yacht, a 43 m Fast, and a second 48 m displacement yacht, the sistership of Andiamo. Finally, the construction of a brand-new 54 m all-aluminum yachts has just started.
Says Michele Gavino, Baglietto CEO: “We are very proud that Baglietto is finally back among the most important international shipyards. We have put great efforts into research and project development over the last few years to define different platforms having a contemporary design and able to ensure maximum comfort and performance. Baglietto confirms itself as an international brand and will undoubtedly be one of the protagonists of the next boat show season”.
Boat builder Baglietto Spa specialises in the construction of new planing aluminium yachts ranging between 35 and 50 metres in length and steel and aluminium displacement mega-yachts above 40 metres. The company’s activities also include top-quality ship repair and refitting services, as well as the construction of military crafts, the Seagull brand’s traditional business. Extending over a more-than-35,000 sq. metre area overlooking the Gulf of the Poets – a truly strategic area for mega-yacht traffic in the Tyrrhenian sea -, the shipyard recently completed an extensive reconstruction project that involved both its manufacturing and commercial facilities.