All yachts

Vicky
Motor yacht
€ 27,000,000
Baglietto | 59.4 m | 2009
AnnaMia
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 43 m | 2006
Antalis
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 47.85 m | 2007
Fan Too
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 44 m | 2009
Tin Tin
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 42 m | 2008
Betti Lazuri
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 20 m | 1964
Blanca
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 52 m | 2008
Blue East
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 42 m | 2004
Bolaro
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 33.9 m | 2008
Burkut
Motor yacht
€ 19,500,000
Baglietto | 53.9 m | 2009
Geosand
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 41.9 m | 2011
Grand Cru
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 49 m | 1995
High Roller
Motor yacht
€ 2,650,000
Baglietto | 32 m | 2004
Ithaki
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 34 m | 2006
Lucky Me
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 41.7 m | 2010
Meridiana
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 39.5 m | 1990
Ira
Motor yacht
Ira
Baglietto | 43 m | 2009
Mischief
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 54 m | 2006
Monokini
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 44 m | 2013
Mr T
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 46.3 m | 2014
My Space
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 33 m | 2002
Nina J
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 42 m | 2005
Only One
Motor yacht
€ 15,900,000
Baglietto | 46.3 m | 2015
Percal II
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 33.65 m | 2007
Pure Insanity
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 34 m | 2008
Luc An
Motor yacht
€ 950,000
Baglietto | 30 m | 1989
Rovan
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 34 m | 2003
Sincerity
Sailing yacht
€ 850,000
Baglietto | 29 m | 1928
Ajao
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 23.98 m | 1989
New Master
Motor yacht
€ 7,450,000
Baglietto | 44.44 m | 2001
Nauta
Motor yacht
€ 2,900,000
Baglietto | 33 m | 2001
Pachamama
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 43.65 m | 2015
Clicia
Motor yacht
€ 10,000,000
Baglietto | 42 m | 2009
Unicorn
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 54 m | 2016
Ability
Motor yacht
€ 9,500,000
Baglietto | 41.4 m | 2004
Blue Scorpion
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 42 m | 2003
Lucky Me
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 46.3 m | 2016
Baglietto 10225
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 55 m | 2018
Andiamo
Motor yacht
€ 23,950,000
Baglietto | 47.6 m | 2017
Hemilea
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 41 m | 1992
iRock
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 34.02 m | 2005
Daloli
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 36.58 m | 1998
Obsesion
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 36.7 m | 1990
Nemesis
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 46 m | 1986
Seakid
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 44.2 m | 2007
Sofia 3
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 42.98 m | 2008
Oxygen
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 41.66 m | 2009
Blue Ice
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 41.15 m | 1999
Benedetta 2
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 40.8 m | 1999
Baglietto 10226
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 43.65 m | 2019
Bellissima
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 38.71 m | 2003
Vega
Sailing yacht
€ 320,000
Baglietto | 14.9 m | 1924
Vanlis III
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 36.2 m | 1989
Alfa One
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 36.2 m | 1989
Captain Z
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 36 m | 1988
Baglietto 10228
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 47.6 m | 2018
Fast HT
Motor yacht
€ 22,500,000
Baglietto | 43.65 m | 2020

About Baglietto

Baglietto
La Spezia, Italy
+39 0187 59831
Baglietto was established in 1854 by Pietro Baglietto to build small fishing boats and dinghies. In 1906, the company launched its first motor boat with an astounding, for the time, length of 22.6 meters.

During the First and Second World Wars, Baglietto built anti-submarine motorboats for the Italian Navy that achieved top speeds of 50 knots. After the WW2, Baglietto started building leisure motor yachts again with their popular Seagull series of wooden vessels from 10 to 22m.

In 1983, the Rodriguez family acquired Baglietto and led the shipyard into the era of aluminium. The shipyard innovated by venturing into the superyacht industry, building the 45m Al Fahedi for the Emir of Dubai. Around the same time, the company built Chato for American shipowner, John van Neumann which became the fastest motor yacht in the Mediterranean, reaching 62.5 knots during sea trials.

In the 1990s, Baglietto started thinking about serial yacht production and teamed up with up and coming designer, Francesco Paszkowski to design the Opus, first 29m Open, in 1994. In 1999, the company acquired the Ferrari shipyard in La Spezia to increase its production capacity.

In 2004, Baglietto was acquired by Camuzzi Group, which also acquired Cantieri di Pisa in 2005. The group prospered until 2008 when it was hit by the financial crisis.

In 2010, Gruppo Baglietto announced it was going into voluntary liquidation after closing 2009 with 73 million euros of negative equity and 2008 with 25 million euros in losses. Later in 2010 the shipyard was acquired by Effebi-Overmarine for 33 million euros.

In 2012, Bejamino Gavio led an acquisition of the shipyard for a sum of €18.5 million on behalf of Gruppo Gavio, a large Italian corporation primarily involved in motorways and motorway concessions. The group had consolidated its position in yachting prior to acquiring Baglietto by purchasing Cerri Cantieri Navali earlier in 2012. Later, in 2015, they acquired US-based Bertram.

Yachts for sale

Vicky
Motor yacht
€ 27,000,000
Baglietto | 59.4 m | 2009
Burkut
Motor yacht
€ 19,500,000
Baglietto | 53.9 m | 2009
High Roller
Motor yacht
€ 2,650,000
Baglietto | 32 m | 2004
Only One
Motor yacht
€ 15,900,000
Baglietto | 46.3 m | 2015
Luc An
Motor yacht
€ 950,000
Baglietto | 30 m | 1989
Sincerity
Sailing yacht
€ 850,000
Baglietto | 29 m | 1928
New Master
Motor yacht
€ 7,450,000
Baglietto | 44.44 m | 2001
Nauta
Motor yacht
€ 2,900,000
Baglietto | 33 m | 2001
Clicia
Motor yacht
€ 10,000,000
Baglietto | 42 m | 2009
Ability
Motor yacht
€ 9,500,000
Baglietto | 41.4 m | 2004
Andiamo
Motor yacht
€ 23,950,000
Baglietto | 47.6 m | 2017
Vega
Sailing yacht
€ 320,000
Baglietto | 14.9 m | 1924
Fast HT
Motor yacht
€ 22,500,000
Baglietto | 43.65 m | 2020

Yachts for charter

Vicky
Motor yacht
€ 27,000,000
Baglietto | 59.4 m | 2009
Burkut
Motor yacht
€ 19,500,000
Baglietto | 53.9 m | 2009
Ithaki
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 34 m | 2006
Mischief
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 54 m | 2006
Mr T
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 46.3 m | 2014
Clicia
Motor yacht
€ 10,000,000
Baglietto | 42 m | 2009
Ability
Motor yacht
€ 9,500,000
Baglietto | 41.4 m | 2004
iRock
Motor yacht
Baglietto | 34.02 m | 2005

Latest News

Magnum 60 Furia by Hammer: the final stages of reconstruction
The Magnum 60 Furia was launched in 2001, designed by Magnum Marine and Ceo Catherine Theodoli. They say that this is the most successful of the Magnum models.Back in 2001, the 120-kilometer 60 Furia Magnum was named the fastest yacht of this size in the world and after extensive repairs at the Perini Navi Hammer shipyard reached higher speeds.Changes include new air intakes in the engine compartment along with a customizable display on the control panel.The new Magnum 60 concept is attractive to the original design, but much more pleasing to the eye, with distinctive details throughout the American style of the 50s. The owner’s room has individual storage solutions on either side of the room to ensure clean space.Marnix Hoekstra from Vripak says that they kept the overall layout and tuning of the boat, but improved it where it was possible, for example, expanding the companion from the saloon in the middle to the double and twin cabins. They also added daylight, and in the interior they used the same tree that was used in the construction of the boat, painting it in matt white.
Reasons and examples of consolidation in the world of yachts
The simultaneous growth of the megayacht segment and 20-30-meter space, combined with a strong deceleration of everything in the middle, led to the dominant consolidation in the space of superyachts. More than 63% of the gross tonnage of the yacht is currently delivered by only 10 shipyards, which are either in the range of megayachts, or in the range of day boats, or both.This is mainly due to the fact that the shipyards focused on closing yachts 40-60 meters long or a significant decrease in production due to falling demand and a very slow recovery. In fact, only in the last few quarters the demand for this range began to increase slightly, primarily due to larger versions of yachts of 20-30-meter models from these yards.In addition, banks are now afraid to finance yachts and especially shipyards after the events of 2008, which led to factories such as Baglietto had a negative capital of more than 100 million euros. Financing of enterprises in the field of yachting is currently mainly carried out by UHNWI, which decided to actively participate in the market.Some of them intervened to acquire shipyards, such as the Malaysian Genting Group, which acquired Wider Yachts after its owner first bought a yacht from them. On a larger scale, Mohammed Al Barwani, an Omani billionaire, acquired Oceanco in 2010, turning it into the powerhouse he is today.Most of the leading players in the field of yachting actually have strong financial power, which allows them to be less dependent on the credit lines of banks, be it Princess LVMH or Sunseeker Dalian Wanda and others.The same can be said not only about yards, but also about enterprises located in the services market. Camper & Nicholsons, one of the leading brokerage agencies, was acquired by Fincantieri and Lai Sun Group in 2014. Earlier this year, Fraser Yachts was acquired by the public American company MarineMax. Even new companies are now created by owners, such as Ahoy Club, created by Australian Ian Maluf, the owner of the 54-meter naughty and 72-meter Coral Ocean.Although all of these trends may seem unusual for the sector when viewed over the past few years, in reality it all happened earlier in times followed by economic downturns.
Feadship launches 73m Project 705
The 72.8-meter project 705 by Feedship was first taken out of its canopy in the Netherlands. The project is a joint project of the Dutch builder and the British design studio RWD together with the naval architects De Voogt and interior by the Italian design house FM Interior Architecture & Design.
Completion of construction of the 55-m Admiral Geco Superyacht
A motor yacht built from aluminum as one of the Admiral S-Force series is due to be delivered at the end of May 2020.The accommodation is designed for 12 guests in six cabins, including the main suite of the main deck with a full set of VIP suites and four more cabins under the deck, all with fully equipped bathrooms.On the upper deck there is a large round area for sunbathing, which can also be used as a helipad.In the open air in the center of the yacht is a cinema, as well as an open bar.
Breakthrough in the generation of 20-30 meter yachts - Sanlorenzo
The new generation of 20-30-meter yachts is easier and cheaper to attract and attract a wide range of owners looking for one-day boats and short routes without the hassle of operating a superyacht.Another attraction of smaller yachts for this base was the ability to move faster from bay to bay with cruising speeds almost twice the speed of superyachts, and the ability to dock closer to shore. Sanlorenzo, the Italian shipyard, the most active in the range of up to 30 meters, was unveiled earlier this December with a market capitalization of 550 million euros and revenue of 355 million euros in 2018.The shipyard created such a series as Bluegame Sanlorenzo.Bluegame yachts are built in accordance with the latest and most advanced construction technologies from composite materials.The BGX project is the result of a prestigious collaboration between Luca Santella, the head of Design & Style and the head of product strategy at Bluegame, together with the design studio Zuccon International Project.These yachts focus almost entirely on outdoor and recreational spaces, minimizing the importance of dining rooms and large cabins.Another common feature of yachts in this new assortment is oversized tender and water facilities for the size of ships, which emphasizes the interests of the new generation of owners. After this trend, its key players saw that their ratings rose sharply compared to those stuck in the middle.