As part of the company’s move to merge with CCN, Baglietto has shared more details about its latest new-build projects. A 52-metre TLine yacht and a 42m Fast superyacht are both currently underway for European owners, while a second TLine yacht is being built on speculation with an expected delivery date of spring 2023. Photo: Baglietto Photo: Baglietto The displacement TLine of steel and aluminium superyachts ranging between 52 metres and 65 metres and is complemented by Baglietto’s new 48m Fast and 50m Superfast sub-500 GT models – both of which are now in an advanced design stage. All the projects mentioned are designed by the yard's "reference" designer Francesco Paszkowski.Photo: Baglietto
Photo: Baglietto Photo: Baglietto The sub-500 GT 52m TLine superyachts have been designed with an open stern with a three-level beach club and a large pool that can be “hidden” by an up/down moving flooring system. Inside, the main saloon features floor-to-ceiling windows, whereas the sky lounge on the upper deck can be opened up on three sides.
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Equipped with a standard hybrid propulsion system, the new 52m TLine yachts will operate in electrical diesel mode with a range of up to 7,600 nm and the ability to remain at anchor for up to 10 hours on battery power. Her twin MTU 16V2000M86 engines will also allow her to reach a maximum speed of 17 knots and a range of 3,600 nm.Photo: Baglietto SpaHeading up Baglietto’s activities is new CEO Diego Michele Deprati, who works alongside Chief Commercial Officer Fabio Ermetto, Luca Ghirlanda as head of operations, and Guido Penco, the Technical Director.