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News: Baglietto Technically Launches 54M Hull 10219

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  1. Baglietto Hull 10219 Technically Launches From Build Shed
    Italian builder Baglietto Yachts has started the year on a positive note with the technical launching of a 54-meter superyacht. The yacht is very similar to what we have grown accustomed to from the Baglietto and Francesco Paszkowski collaboration. Although she isn’t in the water yet, hull number 10219 has left the shed to be prepared for full splashing later this month. Her construction has been in steel for the hull and aluminum for the superstructure. This yacht was signed in 2014 and been built for an unnamed European owner. The launching isn’t expected to be with too much media fanfare as it will be a private launch ceremony.
  2. The interior is quite spacious for a 54-meter yacht and the owner and guests alike will appreciate the higher interior volume. Hull 10219 boasts accommodation for up to ten guests in four cabins on the lower deck and a main deck master full-beam suite. On the lower deck, it appears she carries three double cabins and one twin cabin for guests while the more traditionally placed master suite on the forward main deck still has an non-traditional layout as the bed is well off the centerline, in fact it is off to the port side. Eleven crew members will be onboard to take care of this Italian masterpiece.
  3. Expect hull 10219 to get her power from a pair of CAT 3516B diesels. Once she starts trials, her 17-knot top speed should be confirmed. Economical cruising should be in the region of 11 to 13-knots. The yacht takes its cues from previous Baglietto builds like the all-white yacht built as “Gitana”, presently sailing under the name “Blanca”. There are some subtle differences though –besides the paint work-. The windows are larger and more defined on 10219, the interior spaces are naturally more customized to fit the new owner’s tastes. There are some detailed differences that no doubt were planned with crew/captain inputs like the built-in down lights over the anchor pockets to aid in setting or retrieving anchor at night. We look forward to seeing this one on the water later this month.

    For more information:

    Baglietto Shipyard
    via Lorenzini 4
    20139 Milano Italy
    P.IVA 11746180154
    www.baglietto.com

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