Models such as ‘Maffy Blue’ and ‘Alba’ signed by Mr. Cichero, architect, respectively launched in 1991 and in 1993 represented the beginning of the conceptual idea of a “series” and set new standards for the planing hull yacht product line owing to the innovative exterior lines as well as to the luxury of the interiors. During these years the co-operation with Mr. Francesco Paszkowski, the Florentine designer, made its debut, representing a remarkable novelty for the yard in Varazze with the building of ‘Opus’ in 1994, the very first 29-meter Open that reached 40 knots in speed built by the yard.
In 1999 with the acquisition of the Ferrari shipyard in La Spezia, the production capacity of the yard was enhanced once again, thus allowing the construction of models that have become the truest reference models for the nautical sector. After the brilliant début of ‘Opus’, Francesco Paszkowski has become the truest protagonist of this positive season moving onto the third millennium under Orsi’s leadership, a Milan Family, new owner of the yard during eight uninterrupted years.
In 2000, Paszkowski designer signed ‘Charly Boy’, the 30-meter yacht which represented the turning point for the yard, outlining the new direction in the short-term: in 2001 ‘Thunderball’ is presented, the first series of 34-meter “fast product range” motor-yachts”.
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THE YEARS OF PIONEERING TECNOLOGY
During this year, Baglietto yard changed ownership, being acquired by Camuzzi Group. Francesco Paszkowski’s unmistakable style lead the yard, thus realising three different kinds of planning hulls, a 34-meter such as ‘B17’, ‘Bolaro’ and ‘Apache II’, an open such as ‘Pure Insanity’, another 34-meter, a displacement hull such as ‘ Annamia’ and ‘Ancora’, a 43-meter, ‘Gitana’ and ‘Baraka’ both 53-meter in length and the unusual ‘Natori’ a 42-meter with Bannenberg & Rowell Design interiors, inspired by the upraising Explorer product line.