Baglietto has announced the sale of its sixth T52 model with hybrid propulsion. Inspired to provide direct contact with the sea, the Baglietto T52 bears the signature of Francesco Paszkowski Design who has created a contemporary yacht, with soft and sleek lines that perfectly encapsulates Baglietto’s true essence.
Built in steel for the hull and aluminium for the superstructure and with a maximum beam of 9 meters, the new Baglietto T52 will be powered by two Caterpillar C32s, which will allow for speeds of 16 knots and a range of 4500 miles, and by an electric propulsion system, which will reduce emissions while also guaranteeing 12 hours of autonomy at anchor.
“We are extremely proud of the acquisition of this order made possible thanks also to the excellent collaboration with Kirill Kutov and all his technical team” commented Fabio Ermetto, CCO of Baglietto. “Having sold six T52s is an absolutely extraordinary achievement, especially when considering that the first model has not yet touched water”.
The open stern with a beach club on three levels, the swimming pool with retractable closing system, the large full-height windows combined with the 24-metre long sun deck, the large volumes and the innovative liveability for a yacht under 500 GT, these are the key elements of the Baglietto T52 the delivery of which is expected in 2025.