M/Y 'Severin’s' has now been successfully delivered to her owner…
Italian shipyard, Baglietto has confirmed that its latest superyacht, 55m M/Y Severin’s, formerly known as Hull no. 10225, has been successfully delivered to her owner. Based on the shipyard’s traditional T-Line platform, the new project has been specifically set up for charter.
The shipyard has stated that the new delivery is “an example of Baglietto’s flexibility and full use of its T-Line production,” which has been designed by Francesco Paszkowski Design. For the yacht’s interiors, that are said to be designed in close cooperation with the yacht’s owner, Margherita Casprini has created a ‘warm and cosy’ environment.
Having been launched in July 2019, M/Y Severin’s is actually the second largest yacht built by Baglietto after 59.4m M/Y Vicky, delivered in 2009. During the launch, which CEO Michele Gavino referred to as a “historic and emotional day,” onlookers were introduced to the yacht’s traditional soft and sleek lines for the very first time, which are said to represent the shipyard’s Italian style.
But further exciting developments are on the horizon for Baglietto, as in 2020 a new 40m project designed Horacio Bozzo of the eponymous Horacio Bozzo Design studio is also scheduled for delivery. This is the first time that Bozzo has worked with the shipyard, an exciting development for both the studio and Baglietto after the yacht was sold to an American owner.
“It represents another step towards the constructive excellence which is the main goal of all our efforts and again a demonstration of the shipyard’s intention to keep pursuing technical innovation and developing our naval engineering capabilities,” said Gavino, as he referred to this new 40m project.
The exact design for this new 40m project is yet to be unveiled by Baglietto, which has only released a simple line drawing, outlining some of the core components of the new yacht’s profile.
Following on from the delivery of 55m Severin’s, Baglietto now have five yachts under construction, two of which are scheduled to join Severin’s on the water this year.