First model of Baglietto T52 with hybrid propulsion presented in Portofino as a world premiere
The first T52, the 52 m displacement yacht pencilled by Francesco Paszkowski Design, was presented today as a world première over the last few days in Portofino. This model is also the first to mount a hybrid propulsion.
Baglietto’s latest yacht made her debut against the breathtaking backdrop of the delightful bay of Portofino, where she was showcased as an exclusive première to clients and the international Press.
“This is a much-awaited moment for us – comments Baglietto CCO Fabio Ermetto – Being the first model in the T52 line to mount a hybrid propulsion, hull No. 10238 marks a crucial step – also in terms of research and development – in our shipyard’s path towards sustainable yachting – a path we have been pursuing with firm determination”.
The occasion also provided the perfect stage to present OFFICINA BAGLIETTO, the training project by YAC offering young talents the opportunity to learn not only about nautical design – the Italian boat builder’s core business – but, more in general, about the luxury market, with a special focus on product design, fashion design, and jewellery design.
“There could be no better place than the Marina di Portofino to present our first hybrid-propulsion 52 m yacht, marking the first step towards delivering on our pledge for a more responsible and sustainable yachting – comments Baglietto CEO Diego Michele Deprati. Moreover, the OFFICINA BAGLIETTO project reflects our shipyard’s ever-growing commitment not only to building world-class yachts, but also to developing highly valuable projects, with a unique focus on and consideration for the new generations”.
The event was supported by several internationally renowned partners that share Baglietto’s values and passion: Antinori, Bentley Milano, Eleventy, FPArt, Frette, Il Bisonte, Leone Limentani, Miller Harris, and Taurus, who made this yacht even more precious and contributed to making this world première a truly special and exclusive occasion.
The Antinori family has been committed to the art of winemaking for over six centuries, since the year 1385, when Giovanni di Piero Antinori became a member of the “Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri”, the Florentine Winemakers’ Guild. All throughout its history, twenty-six generations long, the Antinori family has managed the business directly, making innovative and sometimes bold decisions while upholding the utmost respect for traditions and the environment. The perfect balance between tradition and innovation, one at the sole service of the other, has always been a particular feature of the company.
The greatest passion for wine, prudence (characteristic of those who work the land) and patience, (necessary in order never to settle for any compromises at the expense of quality) have always been the main values of our company, handed down for 26 generations.
Bentley Motors is the most sought-after luxury car brand in the world. The company’s headquarters in Crewe is home to all of its operations including design, R&D, engineering, and production of the company’s five model lines, Continental GT, Continental GT Convertible, Flying Spur, Bentayga and Bentayga EWB. The combination of fine craftsmanship, using skills that have been handed down through generations, alongside engineering expertise and cutting-edge technology is unique to UK luxury car brands such as Bentley. It is also an example of high-value British manufacturing at its best. Bentley employs around 4,000 people at Crewe.
Bentley Milano, part of the Fassina Group, joined the Bentley Motors’ European retailer network operating in 35 countries in 2016. In October 2021 the new Bentley Milano showroom officially opens to welcome customers, with a 500 sqm sales area, 1,000 sqm of outdoor space and 800 sqm dedicated to the workshop.
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Il Bisonte is a high-quality Florentine brand that has been crafting – exclusively in Tuscany – bags and accessories in leather and fabric for the past five decades; these products express a style that is immune to market-driven conventions and fleeting seasonal trends. Founded in 1970 by Wanny di Filippo and today headed by CEO Luigi Ceccon, it is currently owned by Look Holdings Inc., the brand’s historic Japanese distributor, and is listed on the Tokyo stock exchange.
The brand can be found on four continents and in the most important international cities (Tokyo, Florence, Rome, Milan, Paris, New York, Taipei and Seoul), and is distributed in over 30 countries. There are 56 single-brand boutiques throughout the world, 51 of which are in Japan. The ilbisonte.com website offering e-commerce is active in 54 countries.
Born in the heart of Rome more than 200 years ago, Leone Limentani 1820 boasts a long history of dressing the most prestigious tables in the world.
Over time the company has furnished the tables of the Shah of Persia Reza Palevi, Eva Peron of Argentina, Tito of Yugoslavia, Pope John Paul II and many others with products customized for them.
Now Bruno Limentani, the seventh generation of the family at the head of the company , driven by his great passion for the sea collaborates with most of the European shipyards and supply with his products a considerable number of boats,giving a perfect finishing touch to each one and leaving every one with a great memory which is the true heritage of a historic company like this.
Miller Harris is a British niche fragrance brand founded in 2000 by renowned nose Lyn Harris. Inspired by stories, memories and the finest natural ingredients, Miller Harris fragrances are composed mostly of ethically and sustainably sourced raw materials. “When we create fragrances, we start with nature, framing precious botanicals in complex ways and finding richness in simplicity.” All Miller Harris fragrances are Eau de Parfum. The brand was born and rooted in contemporary London, reflecting its culture, migration and innovation.
The story of Olfattorio was born from the meeting of Renata De Rossi and Giovanni Gaidano with one of the most famous masters of selective perfumery, Jean-François Laporte. An encounter that represented a real “calling” for the founder of Olfattorio Bar à Parfums. Renata De Rossi, moved by a far-sighted vision, decided from that moment on to devote herself to olfactory research. Thus began a long journey studded with great international brands that would see the birth of Olfattorio. Renata De Rossi immediately has the confirmation of her intuition when, in 1981, she is in Turin in the room of the restaurant Il Dragone at rush hour, where the owner of the restaurant stops, looks at her and asks, “What is this forest scent?” It is one of Jean Laporte’s fragrances, the first gourmand fragrance in the history of perfumery.
The message is clear: a perfume can stop time. In its first three years of operation, the Bar à Parfums (www.baraparfums.it), the place par excellence dedicated to the culture of perfume, is a showroom inspired by the desire to create a place outside of sales, where any enthusiast can immerse himself in exciting olfactory tastings. An exclusive point to meet great perfumes and cosmetics selected from around the world, learn their history, technical secrets and be transported on engaging journeys into memories. An original proposal of luxury products that is still available to the public, who can access a panorama of 29 prestigious brands of niche perfumery accompanied by highly trained staff: fragrance specialists.
For 160 years, Frette has introduced elegant comfort to discerning clients around the world by way of masterfully crafted linens and decorative home accessories of unparalleled quality. Based in Monza and Milan, Frette uses only the finest natural fibres to empower master Italian artisans who bring to life products that embody luxury, timelessness and creativity. Known for their original design and inimitable finish and feel, Frette linens have historically been featured everywhere from the altar of St. Peter’s Basilica to the dining car of the Orient Express, with more than 500 European royal families having slept beneath Frette sheets. Today, Frette can be found at its elegant boutiques, celebrated department stores, and more than 1,500 luxury hotels worldwide along with private clients’ homes, yachts and jets. With a heritage defined by craftsmanship and an outlook rooted in innovation, Frette will continue to outfit the world’s most exceptional spaces for generations to come. www.frette.com | @fretteofficial | #Frette
Taurus is a historic brand of Italian bicycles, born in 1908 in Milan from the passion and talent of brothers Vittorio and Umberto Fabbri.
For over a century, Taurus stands out for the quality, elegance and innovation of its models, which seduced the luxury and travel market in the 40s and 50s. After expanding its range with motorcycles and moving production to Vanzaghello, Taurus always renews itself and continues to create bicycles with a contemporary and sustainable design, without ever losing sight of its roots.
Taurus offers different collections of bicycles for every need: from racing to city bikes, from electric to folding bikes, from classic to customizable ones with a selection of refined and carefully crafted accessories.
All Taurus products can be purchased at the showroom in Vanzaghello (MI), or by ordering online from the official website taurus1908.com.
BAGLIETTO T52 #10238
Hull No. 10238, the first T52, is fitted with a hybrid propulsion system that will allow to choose a more efficient cruising mode, curbing both consumption and environmental impact. When cruising in electrical diesel mode, the T52 can indeed boast a range of up to 7,600 nm, and remain at anchor up to 10 hours relying on the batteries only. Her two MTU 16V2000M86 engines, however, also enabling her to reach quite an impressive maximum speed of 17 knots and a range of 3,600 nm in traditional navigation mode.
The lines penned by Francesco Paszkowski Design reinterpret the classical design elements of Baglietto’s traditional steel displacement yachts under 500 GT in a highly contemporary, distinctive style, conveying a very strong personality.
“The T52 designed for Baglietto offers extremely comfortable exteriors and truly impressive volumes, allowing to enjoy life in the open air to the fullest. Two examples, in addition to the spacious sun deck, can be found at the bow, with the passerelle connecting the sun deck and the upper deck to create a huge, almost uninterrupted space, and in the aft part of the main deck” comments Francesco Paszkowski.
The interiors too – also designed by FPD in cooperation with Margherita Casprini – have a very strong personality: “The interiors perfectly reflect the Owner’s personality and his wish for a sober, contemporary atmosphere. This has been achieved by selecting classical materials to obtain an elegant, linear style and then adding a modern touch with the furniture”, explain Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini.
All onboard areas share the same design and style consistency. Natural materials have been used throughout the yacht: teak for the floors; lacquered surfaces, natural and almond-shaded leather for the furniture; Botticino marble for the bathrooms; burnished metal and satin-finished stainless steel for details; and fabrics in light colours or in shades reminiscent of the light grey of stone, in a harmonious blend that highlights the Owner’s desire for a fresh, carefree atmosphere.
The same design concept and style has been applied to the many custom pieces of furniture, choosing brands like Frendi Casa, Dedon and Tribù and selecting fabrics in natural nuances skilfully combined with leather, wood, and marble for the furnishings.
Just like her seven sister ships, the first T52 too has truly unique features that perfectly meet today’s market demands.
Close contact with the sea is ensured by the original open stern featuring a beach club that develops over 3 levels and has already become a hallmark of Baglietto’s new course. The large pool can easily be concealed thanks to an ingenious up-down movable floor that further extends the available deck surface when the pool is not being used.
On the upper deck, the wide floor-to-ceiling windows opening on 3 sides create a pleasant “al fresco” lounge, with a conversation area and a dining area to be enjoyed in all weather conditions.
The approximately 24-metre-long sundeck – another distinguishing feature on Baglietto yachts – is unmatched on a vessel of this size and volume, and follows in the wake of Baglietto’s traditional displacement yachts.
Boat builder Baglietto specialises in the construction of new planing aluminium yachts ranging between 38 and 50 metres in length and steel & aluminium displacement mega-yachts above 40 metres. Baglietto can currently rely on 2 production sites, in La Spezia (headquarters) and Carrara (operating site). The La Spezia headquarters extend over an area of approximately 35,000 sq. m. Over the last few years, the entire production site has been extensively renovated and enlarged. Three new sheds allowing for the construction of yachts up to 65 m in length were built in La Spezia, as well as new fully-equipped quays, to berth vessels of up to 70 m. The operating site in Carrara, conversely, comprises 2 areas of 5,000 sq. m each. One is used to build military crafts, while in the other – now equipped with 4 new sheds – yachts up to 50 m in length are built. Baglietto’s activities are set to grow considerably, not only with regard to the construction of new pleasure vessels, but also in the military sector, with the BAGLIETTO NAVY brand, under which 2 crafts for the Italian Navy are currently under construction.