Baglietto sells second hull in 48m T-Line

Oct 4, 2018 by Triton Staff

Baglietto has announced the sale of its second 48M T-Line yacht, hull No. 10228, which made its debut at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September. Alex Busher from Edmiston assisted in the sale, according to a Baglietto press release.

The 157-foot yacht is sister ship of M/Y Andiamo, sold last year to a Mexican buyer. A third sistership in the line, hull No. 10223, will be available for sale and delivery in 2020, according to the builder.

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