First model of Baglietto T52 with hybrid propulsion presented in Portofino

The first T52, the 52 m displacement yacht pencilled by Francesco Paszkowski Design, was presented today as a world première over the last few days in Portofino. This model is also the first to mount a hybrid propulsion.

Baglietto’s latest yacht made her debut against the breathtaking backdrop of the delightful bay of Portofino, where she was showcased as an exclusive première to clients and the international Press.

“This is a much-awaited moment for us – comments Baglietto CCO Fabio Ermetto – Being the first model in the T52 line to mount a hybrid propulsion, hull No. 10238 marks a crucial step – also in terms of research and development – in our shipyard’s path towards sustainable yachting – a path we have been pursuing with firm determination”.

The occasion also provided the perfect stage to present Officina Baglietto, the training project by YAC offering young talents the opportunity to learn not only about nautical design – the Italian boat builder’s core business – but, more in general, about the luxury market, with a special focus on product design, fashion design, and jewellery design.  

“There could be no better place than the Marina di Portofino to present our first hybrid-propulsion 52 m yacht, marking the first step towards delivering on our pledge for a more responsible and sustainable yachting – comments Baglietto CEO Diego Michele Deprati. Moreover, the Officina Baglietto project reflects our shipyard’s ever-growing commitment not only to building world-class yachts, but also to developing highly valuable projects, with a unique focus on and consideration for the new generations”.

The event was supported by several internationally renowned partners that share Baglietto’s values and passion: Antinori, Bentley Milano, Eleventy, FPArt, Frette, Il Bisonte, Leone Limentani, Miller Harris, and Taurus, who made this yacht even more precious and contributed to making this world première a truly special and exclusive occasion

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