Lusben floats out the Baglietto superyacht, Sofia 3 after refit

The m/y Baglietto Sofia 3 hit the water in Lusben’s Viareggio facility after a second round of work

10 May 2024 | by Redazione

The 42-metre Baglietto Sofia 3 hit the water in Lusben’s Viareggio site; this was the second time Lusben have worked on her. Indeed, in 2018, the owners had contacted the shipyard to expand the stern and add a “pop-out” transformer in preparation for the vessel’s transfer to the United States.


Now Lusben have been asked to completely repaint the hull and superstructure of the Baglietto Sofia 3, with an elegant dark grey, highlighted by wood effect deckheads, as well as redo the layout of the external sun lounge to the bow, recovering the deck in teak, the external ceilings in waterproof plywood and adding in a new sofa. The result is a more stylish, welcoming and functional space for both the owners and their guests.

The shipyard have also done some structural works, in addition to mechanical modifications: the metalwork in the hull has been replaced where it was starting to deteriorate and corrode, as well as some of the windows, including those in the wheelhouse.

This work began in November 2022 and now, after various upgrades wanted by the owner (which took a bit more time for the shipyard to complete) and the float-out, the only remaining work to be done is the interior decoration, curated by the La Mandragola studio based in Viareggio.



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