Baglietto CEO Michele Gavino noted that the shipbuilder has emphasized its research and product development to define different platforms, offer contemporary design and the ability to offer maximum comfort and performance. The partnership with Hot Lab is an example of the company’s dedication.
The shipyard has identified three design elements incorporated into both yachts. The first is incorporating distinctive elements that have appeared in yachts throughout Baglietto’s lifetime, specifically those found on the 35.6-meter motor yacht Adler from 1987 and the 46-meter motoryacht Al Fahedi, delivered in 1986, along with the more modern vertical bow found on the rest of the V-Line.
Secondly, Hot Lab and Baglietto have looked to the world of architecture to incorporate the generous use of glass and lines deriving from the auto industry, especially those found in the 1970s, the Bertone designed by Stratos Zero.
Gavino has indicated that in order to stand out from other shipyards, Baglietto needs to be proactive in understanding owners’ expectations of what ingredients need to be missed together to be able to best combine different elements and solutions. Baglietto is taking this multi-faceted approach with the new V-Line to make its models different from other offerings on the market.
Hot Lab partner Antonio Romano noted that Baglietto only imposed modest design limitations. The result will be modern ad appealing lines in yachts that ooze Italian style yet wisely reinterprets the personality and well-known character of Baglietto.
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