BY APB Staff on 20 Jan 2019

To be delivered in 2020, the exterior is designed by Horacio Bozzo and the interiors by award-winning Achille Salvagni

Baglietto reveals the lines of the new 40m RPH in all aluminium, expected for delivery in 2020 for an American owner.

The exterior lines of this new vessel – which has been developed on a new specifically-designed platform – have been penciled by Horacio Bozzo to reflect its sporty, elegant character, while the London-based Italian design architect Achille Salvagni, a world-renowned and award-winning yacht designer, will be in charge of the interior design.

Baglietto Reveals Lines Of New 40m Rph Designed By Horacio Bozzo 

(Image: Baglietto)

“We are very proud of this fully custom project – says Michele Gavino, Baglietto’s CEO – it represents another step towards the constructive excellence which is the main goal of all our efforts and again a demonstration of the shipyard’s intention to keep pursuing technical innovation and developing our naval engineering capabilities”.

Recently Baglietto was awarded with the quality certification ISO 9001:2015 by the RINA.

The hull no. 10232 is an example of Baglietto’s total flexibility and takes advantage of its fully-custom production. At Baglietto, Italian design and craftsmanship, recognised all over the world, and the utmost care for customers go hand-inhand with cutting-edge technology and performance. Baglietto can rely on a state-of-the-art, entirely renovated shipyard, capable of ensuring an average production rate of three-four yachts per year. To date, there are five yachts under construction at the modern La Spezia shipyard: a 43m Fast Line HT; a 55m yacht designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design to be completed in 2019; a 54m craft and this 40m vessel, both with exteriors designed by Horacio Bozzo and interiors by Hot Lab and Achille Salvagni, respectively, to both be delivered in 2020; and – last, but not least – the production on speculation for a third 48 m model in the T-Line, the sister ship of the Silver Fox, has been initiated, with delivery expected in 2020.