Baglietto Yachts - Cantieri Navali Baglietto
Baglietto Yachts (Cantieri Navali) is a well-known Italian luxury yacht builder with two shipyard locations, one in Varazze and the other in La Spezia in Italy. The shipyard produces private motor yachts over 27 metres in length over all. Baglietto superyachts are well known for their sleek and modern exterior design, state-of-the-art technology and impeccable Italian style. The Baglietto boats make good charter yachts and there are several available for superyacht charters, as listed below. Please contact CharterWorld for the latest full list.
Cantieri Navali Baglietto and Cantieri di Pisa are both owned by Gruppo Baglietto. Cantieri Navali Baglietto was established in 1854, which is a world leader in fast aluminium open style motor yachts, as well as displacement and semi-displacement motor yachts. Cantieri di Pisa, established in 1945 is producing fibreglass yachts between 27 and 46 metres. A motor yacht series, complementary to the production of the Cantieri Navali Baglietto.
Cantieri Navali Baglietto was established in 1854, when its founder Pietro Baglietto launched their first sailing yachts, that went on to dominate the Mediterranean racing. Between 1950 and 1960, the company progressed onto building motor boats of very high performance, with speed records holding up for decades. Other then leisure boats, Baglietto's range included production of military vessels, that later became the basis for the modern motor yacht. The first high performance aluminium superyacht was built in early 1980s, capable of exceeding 35 knots. At the beginning of 1990s the company saw the launch of their first super-sized sports yacht, that would measure 29 metres in length.
Baglietto yachts are world renowned for their state-of-the-art technology and for their advanced styling. This, over the past fifty years, has reflected a major influence on the exterior lines of the Baglietto motor yachts. Particular series demonstrating this influence were the models named after islands, such as Elba, Ischia, Capri, Minorca and Majorca, as well as the ensuing 'M' series of superyachts. These yacht series in particular have exported the brand Baglietto to America, making the brand well known on both the East and West Coast.
In 1996 Cantieri Navali Baglietto have acquired the Cantieri Ferrari in La Spezia, thus increasing their productivity. From then on they started a production of displacement yachts that became a point of reference for the world's yachting industry. In 2004 Cantieri Navali Baglietto was completely acquired by Gruppo Camuzzi and been transformed into a well organized international group comprising of two shipyards: The 19,000 square metre Cantieri Navali Baglietto yachts yard in Varazze and a 32,000 square metre yard in La Spezia.
Baglietto Yachts has built many luxury yachts that are now available for yacht charters, in various locations around the world. The current range of luxury yachts includes fast yachts, such as Percal II (ex B17 from 2007), motor yacht Bolaro (2008), Astarte (2004) , M/Y Blue Princess Star (ex Princess Star -2005), motor yacht Revitality (2005), Pure Insanity (2008); and the displacement yacht range: Blue Scorpion 53m (2006) motor yacht, Gitana (2007), Ancòra (2009). Furthermore, the yacht APACHE II (2009), Superyacht Natori (2009), Baraka (2009) and the another well know yacht launched from the Baglietto shipyard is the superyacht Lucky Me (2010).