The 10 Finest Baglietto Yachts of All Time

Baglietto Yachts

Though the Baglietto shipyard has changed hands many times over it’s more than 160 years of existence, the quality, innovation, and excellent craftsmanship of the company’s vessels have only gotten better. When you spot a Baglietto yacht on the water you instantly see alluring sophistication and the epitome of floating luxury. The company’s designs are remarkable not because they make yachts of an imposing size, but due to them so wonderfully melding style with cutting edge technology and engineering.

Here are the ten finest Baglietto yachts of all time.

1. Monokini

Monokini

Just as an actual monokini is bold, brazen, and a bit seductive, so is Baglietto’s Monokini yacht. It’s 44 meter long and has a twin propeller hull that gives it a top speed of 30 knots. Even if it weren’t speedy, the Monokini would be worth its price tag for its looks alone. A distinctive angular hull, sleek lines, and a sparkling exterior are just the beginning. Inside, the Monokini looks like a luxury resort complete with a gourmet kitchen, fabulous seating and entertainment areas, and five cabins that would rival the suites of the world’s finest hotels. It accommodates ten guests and a crew of eight.

2. Mr T

Baglietto Mr T

Mr T is a motor yacht built by Baglietto in 2014. It’s 46.3 meters long, has a maximum speed of 17 knots, and it’s big — very big. It takes party boats to a whole new level and has three decks full of space for dancing, dining, entertaining, and much more. There’s sunbathing areas, a fully equipped workout room, and plenty of water toys onboard. The cabins reflect a modern European style and are full of chic elegance. It doesn’t quite match its namesake, but none of that will matter once you see this yacht.

3. Baraka

Baglietto Baraka

Baglietto’s Baraka is sharp, powerful, and makes a huge statement. It has zero speed quantum stabilizers, is 58.2 meters are length, and reaches a top speed of 17 knots. Everything inside of the yacht is beautifully appointed, and there’s no shortage of lavish features and furnishings. Baraka can host twelve guests in its six gorgeous cabins, along with a crew of nine. The price of this Baglietto yacht rings in at over $27.63 million.

4. Pure Insanity

Baglietto Pure Insanity

Pure Insanity is a 34 meter motor yacht that has exquisite modern style. Its profile is accented by a dark metallic gray exterior, and this boat packs a punch of power and speed. It goes at a maximum 33 knots, which is insanely fast for a yacht of its size. Amenities aboard this luxury cruiser include a sundeck, jet skis and other water toys, large flat screen televisions, and plenty of seating for dining and entertaining a small crowd. Pure Insanity has four cabins that can host up to eight people and a crew of five. The price for this Baglietto yacht starts at $6 million.

5. Bellissima

Baglietto Bellissima

“Bellissima” is Italian for gorgeous, and that’s definitely an appropriate name for this beautiful vessel. The interior is absolutely opulent and stately, and no detail was overlooked or any luxury spared when Baglietto designed the Bellissima yacht. The interior is highlighted with a regal royal blue, and ornate details are at every turn. This yacht is 38 meters long, has a cruising speed of 24 knots, and a top speed of 30 knots. The Bellissima has five suites that accommodate up to ten guests, plus a crew of four. It’s one of the most decadent designs that Baglietto has come up with, which is why it costs over $14 million.

6. Nina J

Baglietto Nina J

Baglietto built the Nina J yacht in 2005, and since its debut it has stood as an example of excellent engineering and beauty. The 42 meter vessel has a top speed of 32 knots and a dashing exterior. There are enough cabins onboard to accommodate up to eight guests, plus enough amenities and entertainment to satisfy even the most discriminating tastes.

7. Tatiana Per Sempre

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Tatiana Per Sempre is a prime example of the aesthetic that Baglietto prefers to lend to its yachts: modern and stylish with clean lines and an interior that has ample luxury. It’s lavish without being ostentatious or overdone, and that’s especially true of its cabins and entertaining areas. This high performance yacht is 44 meters long and has a top speed of 31 knots. Tatiana Per Sempre contains five cabins that host up to ten guests and a crew of seven. The price to charter this yacht runs at $95,000 per week.

8. Blue Princess

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The Baglietto Blue Princess was built in 2005 and it features a lovely shade of light blue. The yacht is 34 meters long, reaches a maximum speed of 35 knots, and is fabulous all the way around. As great as its exterior looks, the inside of the yacht is even better and resembles a top-dollar penthouse suite more than it does a boat’s interior. The Blue Princess has four cabins and enough room to host eight passengers and four crew members.

9. Only One

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The 46.03 meter Only One was built by Baglietto in 2015 and truly is one of a kind. It has a cruising speed of 12 knots and a maximum speed of 16.5 knots. Every inch of this boat is classy and luxurious, and it was designed with pleasure, comfort, and relaxation in mind. The interior of the boat has gorgeous wood paneling and truly holds every feature one could possibly want on a yacht. Only One accommodates twelve passengers and has six cabins, plus it can hold a crew of nine. The price for this yacht cost its owner over $23.24 million.

10. Ancora

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Zebrano wood, impeccable linens and fabrics, a striking exterior — there are few exotic luxuries that the Baglietto Ancora yacht doesn’t have. There’s even a pool onboard and a custom made soaking tub. The 42.9 meter yacht reaches a top speed of 16.5 knots, and the exterior color scheme makes its profile stand out even more. On the inside, the Ancora sports a style that some may think is excessive, but few could deny is sumptuous and rich. The price for this yacht is over $14.2 million.


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