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Baglietto announces new build

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Italian boat builder Baglietto has signed a new work order for a 180-foot (55m) steel and aluminium yacht to be built for a European client. Hull No. 10225 has been sold with the help of Cornelius Gerling from Edmiston, who is representing the owner.

The new vessel, designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design, uses Baglietto’s traditional platform, the T-Line. The yacht is expected to be delivered during the 2019 season.

Besides this new yacht, a 157-foot (48m) displacement craft (the twin sister of the recently delivered M/Y Andiamo) and a 141-foot (43m) yacht in the Fast line are under construction at the La Spezia shipyard, according to the company.

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