BY APB Staff on 4 Sep 2019

The elegant and advanced superyacht is the first hull of the yard's successful 48m T-Line

Luxury Italian superyacht shipyard Baglietto, based in La Spezia, will attend this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival (September 10-15) with M/Y Andiamo, the first model from its 48-metre T-Line.

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“We are thrilled with this comeback,” said Michele Gavino, CEO of Baglietto. “We are passionate about building timeless jewels that preserve a contemporary style and fascination, and motor yacht Andiamo represents just that. It is not only aligned with our traditional Baglietto T-Line philosophy, but it is also modern, elegant and technologically advanced.”

“This yacht has led the path for other successful models such as motor yacht Silver Fox, which made its debut in the United States last year, and hull 10233, which is currently under construction at the shipyard,” he added.

Baglietto Brings Andiamo To Cannes
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A preview of hull 10233 will be shown at the annual press conference in Monaco in partnership with an exceptional and innovative interior designer.

Baglietto prides itself for being recognised for its Italian design and craftsmanship, as well as its cutting-edge technology and performance. It relies on a state-of-the-art, entirely renovated shipyard, capable of ensuring an average production rate of three to four yachts per year. A new shed for yachts up to 65 metres is currently under construction.

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To date, there are four yachts under construction at Baglietto’s modern La Spezia shipyard: a 43-metre HT Fast Line to be delivered in 2021; a 54-metre craft and a 40-metre vessel to be delivered in 2020, both with exteriors designed by Horacio Bozzo and interiors by Hot Lab and Achille Salvagni, respectively; and the production on speculation of a third 48-metre T-Line model, which will be the sistership of Andiamo and Silver Fox and is expected to be delivered in 2021.