Baglietto: Classical, aluminium and military. Welcome to the Gavio Era.

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]fter celebrating its 160th anniversary last year, Baglietto is approaching the new season of international boat shows [highlight color=”yellow”]with two important new yachts[/highlight], bearing witness to the boat builder’s current soundness and great vitality. Indeed, Baglietto will be taking part in the Yachting Festival in Cannes and the Monaco Yacht Show with the “OnlyOne”, the Shipyard’s latest 46m displacement yacht, recently launched in La Spezia, and “Pachamama”, the 43m FAST, as world première, which will inaugurate the new range of aluminium planing yachts in the Gavio Era.

Both vessels have been designed by Francesco Paszkowski, who took care of both their exterior lines and interiors, the latter in cooperation with architect Margherita Casprini. Naval engineering was developed by Baglietto’s Technical Department.

46 m Only One Baglietto (3)
Baglietto 46m “Only One”

“OnlyOne”, a 46 m displacement yacht in steel and aluminium, which completes the range presented last year with the Mr T, is characterised by classical lines reflecting the taste of the Owner, who has actively contributed to the yacht’s décor, working in close cooperation with the design team. Fine materials have been used for the interiors, which feature different types of wood and hand-made diamond mirrors, combined with the retro style of the furniture and fabrics that blend neutral colour shades, ochre, and opaque gold.

46 m Only One Baglietto (1)

Equipped with two 3512B Caterpillar engines, the OnlyOne can reach a maximum speed of approximately 17 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots, ensuring a range of approximately 4,500 miles.

43 m Pachamama (1)
Baglietto 43m “Pachamama”

Spacious volumes characterise “Pachamama”, an aluminium 43m FAST yacht that marks Baglietto’s new era following its acquisition by the Gavio Group and inaugurates the range of new Fast crafts designed by Mr Paszkowski. While preserving the sleek and aggressive lines that have always been a distinctive feature of Baglietto planing crafts, this project distinguishes itself for a new style. The leitmotiv across the entire yacht are brightness and a focus on conviviality: from the large skylights in the ceiling panel in the entrance on the main deck to the dining room, which – thanks to a mobile partition – can be connected to the galley and the dinette, creating one single open space ensuring a wonderful convivial atmosphere.

43 m Pachamama (3)

The night area is entirely located on the lower deck, where the aft full-beam master cabin stands out for its wide spaces and large glazing, ensuring an impressive brightness at all times. The fore outdoor area is extremely innovative: conceived as a living area, it includes a huge sunbathing area offering a magnificent view and, at the extreme bow, a heated Jacuzzi. The aft cockpit has been fitted with a modern system of canopies allowing to close the entire area, thereby ensuring the utmost privacy.

A soft and stylish atmosphere is guaranteed by the natural teak and the lining and panelling, characterised by a skilful combination of different materials in a chessboard pattern. Last-generation technologies and solutions can also be found in the wheelhouse and the engine room.

43 m Pachamama (4)

Innovative materials have been used in particular for the latter, where 2 MTU 16V4000 M93L engines are installed, capable of pushing the yacht to a cruising speed of 28 knots.

Besides this 43 m yacht, by the end of this year Baglietto will also launch another 46 m Fast. The planing range will be completed by an entry-level model, 38 metres in length. All yachts in Baglietto’s steel and aluminium displacement line share the same family feeling, stylistic features, and distinctive elements: all hulls in this line can boast a long history of tested reliability and excellence in terms of seaworthiness and seakeeping quality. Entirely designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design, the displacement range includes a new 43m, a 48m, and a 55m, whose construction was recently started, plus the projects for a 58m and a 62m.

MV 13, Lap-1
Baglietto, MV 13 “Lap-1”

These two lines, which represent Baglietto’s core business, are sharing the spotlight with [highlight color=”yellow”]the MV range[/highlight] – a modern reinterpretation of historical underwater assault vehicles – and the introduction of the MV19, the ‘elder sister’ of the MV13, whose first hull, the LAP-1, was recently delivered to its renowned Owner, Lapo Elkann.

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