Varazze Italy, 1941, is the birth time and place of Peitro Baglietto the future founder of Cantieri Navali Baglietto Yachts. Baglietto Yachts was created in 1854, when Pietro created a shipyard in a shack, one hundred meters from the sea. He began by building small fishing boats and dingys, later moving on to yachts and speed boats. Baglietto built his first racing boat, the cutter Rosy, and then was commissioned to build a boat for Pope Leo XIII in 1888, and created the Barchetta. In 1891 Henry Cassinelli hired Baglietto to modify his racing yacht, the Miss Mary. The transformation led to the every record being broken in 1894 by this new super-boat. The next 100 years had the Baglietto Company creating technological advances in yacht construction, design and performance. Baglietto have been pioneers in designing boats, whether it is solid wood, plywood or aluminum design. In the 1980’s Baglietto developed the first high performance aluminum mega-yacht. In 1996 Baglietto purchased the former Ferrari shipyard and expanded their production capabilities to include displacement vessels. Today they are involved in custom construction with different designers, as well as refitting, brokering and charters.
Baglietto today works with different well known designers to create custom boats. Because of this, they do not have a signature look. What is signature, is the class and elegance of all Baglietto vessels. Baglietto does not design boats for the crowds. Their yachts are not made to accommodate floating parties, they are like homes on the water, designed for upper class living and opulence on the open sea. Baglietto is know for making dreams come true and claim to help take their owners far away from the stress of the every day. Reviews highlight that Bagliettos are designed inside and out for reflection and relaxation. They take the owners needs deeply into consideration when building a custom boat. Baglietto is a high end company, and you will pay for this luxury. On the low end, smaller Baglietto vessels can be found used at $200,000 and at the high end, you can spend $40,000,000 and up on a Baglietto.
Bagglietto are high end. Prices depend a lot on size and year. For example, the Baglietto 20m 1972, sells for $286,000, The Baglietto 31, 1997 sells used for $6,000,000, and the Baglieto 53, 2009 sells for $39,000,000. >
- Baglietto has a long history of boat building
- Italian Design
- Baglietto takes there customers needs to heart
- High price tag
- Being a custom boat builder there is no Baglietto signature look.
Baglietto currently offers the B7, Bolaro, Astarte, Blue Princess Star, Revitality, and the Pure insanity in their Fast Yachts collection. They offer the Blue Scorpion, Gitina, and Ancora in their Displacement Line.
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Baglietto are described by reviewers, owners and boating enthusiast as floating Italian fine art and design. They are harkened to the artistic stylings of Rome, Venice, Da Vinchi and Ferrari. One reviewer described Baglietto, as yachting art deco. Each Baglietto today is designed by a master designer such as Italy’s Francesco Paszkowski. The descriptions of these boats travel the positive gamut from, oh my, to Sports Illustrated swim suit hot, to Italian beauty. Now you will have to pay the price for this dream life. You can find an older Baglietto for a relatively reasonable price but to dip in the luxury of their current super-yachts, is only for the very wealthy.