Before the term “early adaptor” entered the vernacular, Baglietto Yachts was one. Always first in line to incorporate the most advanced systems and production techniques into its build strategy, the Italian shipwright repeatedly surpassed itself. Today, with models ranging in length from 37 to 180 feet and shipyards in Varazze and La Spezia that produce as many as 10 new super-sized yachts annually, the name Baglietto is still synonymous with luxury, ultramodern design and cutting-edge technology.
It was this ongoing development of new, innovative models to meet changing consumer trends that made the difference between the brand barely surviving or thriving. Consequently, over the last century and a half, Baglietto has designed, built and launched more than 10,000 hulls. And, while many models are no longer in production, hundreds from the Wooden (1945-1960) and Aluminum years (1970s) are still circling the globe. The series currently in production are Fast, V-line and T-line (“T” for traditional). A new Superfast series (137 feet, top speed 28 knots, cruise speed 24 knots, range 700 nautical miles) is in production with hulls slated to hit the water in 2022-23.