La Spezia based shipyard Baglietto has shared the news that they have sold the ninth hull in the T52 series following their presentation of the first unit at the Cannes and Monaco Yacht Shows in September 2023. The 170.5′ (52m) yacht exterior is the result of Francesco Paszkowski Design with Margherita Casprini for the interiors. The client will be represented by Petr Soldatkin of Aberton Yachts, who will be their project manager throughout the construction phase.
Fabio Ermetto, Chief Commercial Officer at Baglietto shares, “In just [three] years we have sold as many as [nine] examples of this model, including [two] with hybrid motorization – a success that greatly highlights the shipyard’s ability to interpret the needs of an ever-evolving market and look to the future, without ever betraying its DNA. The strength of this project, I believe, lies precisely in this consistency; in the ability to easily combine clearly recognizable stylistic features coming from the brand’s tradition with the need for a contemporary yacht, with a strongly distinctive personality and in step with the times. As well as [combining] cutting-edge technology while keeping the lines in harmony with a timeless tradition that has lasted for 170 years.”
An open stern and beach club spread over three levels ensures close connection with the sea at every turn. A large pool can be covered by a unique flooring system to extend the deck surface when the pool isn’t in use. The upper deck features floor-to-ceiling windows that open on three sides to create an alfresco lounge and dining area which can be enjoyed in all weather conditions.
The Aberton Yachts team shares, “It is the second hull of T52 model which was signed with our agency [in] recent times. [The] Aberton team is extremely proud of having strong relationships with Baglietto shipyard and we are looking forward to even more impressive results in the future. We also wish the Owner to enjoy the remarkable and smooth yacht construction journey.”
Hull Number 10261 comes equipped with two MTU 12V2000 M86 engines with a top speed of 17 knots and a scheduled delivery of 2026.