Baglietto shipyards for maxi yachts, record turnover and orders

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The Baglietto shipyard celebrates 170 years of the brand with record results and the launch of two yachts, presented today 8 February at a press conference in Milan. 2023 closed with 140 million euros in turnover (+37%), a gross operating margin of around 20% and an order book that rose to 500 million euros. There are 21 yachts under construction, between 35 and 60 meters in length. This year the estimate is to reach 160 million in revenues: “The geopolitical scenario is complex – explained CEO Diego Michele Deprati – but market demand is holding up. The trend continues to be positive and this gives us the push to innovate and be increasingly creative.”

With this in mind, the La Spezia shipyard (which also produces boats for the Navy), in the hands of the entrepreneur Beniamino Gavio, has developed a new model of the 50 meter Fast line, with four engines and a maximum speed of 30 knots, and is entered a new segment, that of “travel” boats, less fast but capable of creating an experience on board, in this case thanks to a canopy on the deck that allows the owner to see the view.

“It’s a revolutionary boat – explained architect Francesco Paszkowski – a reinterpretation of the Settebello train which had a lounge to enjoy the journey. She is a yacht with the technical characteristics of an Explorer, even if the classic Explorer was not part of Baglietto’s soul”. For now the yacht called XO is developed in length of 50 meters, and she has a maximum speed of 16 knots.



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