Overmarine announces the purchase of Baglietto and Cantieri di Pisa
Overmarine Shipyard, well known in the superyacht industry as owner of the brand name Mangusta and builder of the biggest large open in the market, has announced their acceptance as the Guarantor of the Safe Guard proceedings that involves the Baglietto Group.
Baglietto Group includes two of the most renowned Italian Brands in the marine industry: Baglietto and Cantieri di Pisa.
Baglietto, founded in 1854 by Pietro Baglietto, has always been the shipyard of records and has introduced highly advanced technologies and production systems employing all sorts of materials. In addition to technology, Baglietto’s style has influenced the expressive language and design of motor yachts during the last fifty years.
Today, Balglietto’s range of product is composed by planning aluminum hulls of 30-44 metres in length (either fly or open style) and semi-displacement / displacement steel yachts of 42-60 meters length.
Cantieri di Pisa, was founded in 1945 in Limite sull’Arno, original place of a powerful shipwrights’ tradition. In 1972, the production of the Akhir line was first presented. Akhir line is considered a milestone in the nautical production and through its stylistic innovation has made Cantieri di Pisa become famous for style and utmost quality.
Today, Cantieri di Pisa produces the new Akhir line that consists of five models of different length from 27 metres of the Akhir 90’ to the 47 metres of the Akhir 153’ all built in fibreglass.
Overmarine can offer today a full range of products covering all segments: Mangusta Large Open, Cantieri di Pisa Akhir motor yachts and Baglietto aluminum/steel planning and displacement motor yachts.
The whole range of products will be marketed directly by Overmarine and its subsidiary offices.
Overmarine has always stood for excellence in luxury and in peak performances, setting new standards in the marine industry, becoming widely recognised as the benchmark in design and manufacturing of fast Large Open series Yachts.