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Bagliettto 64 ft Marconi Cutter 1952



Bagliettto 64 ft Marconi Cutter 1952

Designer Vittorio Baglietto
Builder Cantiere Navale Baglietto Varazze
Date 1952
Length overall 63 ft 4 in / 19.3 m
Length deck 63 ft 4 in / 19.3 m
Length waterline 53 ft 2 in / 16.2 m
Beam 12 ft 2 in / 3.7 m
Draft 10 ft 10 in / 3.3 m
Displacement 20 Tonnes
Construction 4 layer cold moulded mahogany on ash frames
Engine Volkswagen TDI 165 -5 2007
Location Italy
Price EUR 700,000

These details are provisional and may be amended



EA is at the same time both glamorous and functional – Vittorio Baglietto designed in EA a yacht that won the Giraglia Race 4 times and absolutely dominating Mediterranean racing during this period. This of course is a yacht completely at home in Mediterranean conditions and is therefore a frequent winner in her class at classic regattas.

A complete restoration decade ago has rendered EA the perfect all-rounder with rather more luxury than most classic vessels for family cruising and she presents today in turnkey condition.



- 4 x Layers cold moulded mahogany - light but strong construction
- Ash fames and longitudinal stringers
- 12 mm teak deck planking over 15 mm ply sub deck
- Durmast interior joinery and mahogany sole


Deck layout, equipment and ground tackle

On deck from aft
- Passarelle
- Stainless steel transom frame securing backstays
- Stainless steel stanchions and guard rails running forward each side
- Raw teak cover boards
- Teak deck
- Stainless steel fairleads on taffrail
- Chromed spinnaker sheave blocks mounted on raw teak
- Raised circular lazarette hatch
- Raw teak and chrome mooring cleats each side
- Low coamings with functional raw teak cappings rising to trunk cabin sides forward
- Laurent Giles style cockpit with helm position aft and wheel set in bridge across
- VW engine instrumentation in aft cockpit
- Raymarine Auto helm
- Engine control
- Chromed “Destroyer” style helm wheel set in binnacle for constellation compass
- Stainless steel main traveller – all ash and bronze mainsheet blocks
- Fwd crew cockpit with lifting seats over deep lockers each side
- 2 x Anderson ST running backstay winches on teak plinths out board
- 2 x Anderson 62 ST Genoa winches on teak plinths out board
- Step up to raised deck with wind, CH wind, speed and depth repeaters on step up centreline
- Anderson 52 main sheet winch on centreline
- Aft cabin elevation port lights and 2 x lifting skylight hatches on centreline
- Tack Tick Race master compass on aft bulkhead
- Bulkhead fwd on port side with lifting hatch over head compartment
- Main trunk cabin with sliding hatch stbd
- Butterfly hatch on centreline over saloon
- Raw teak hand rails fwd each side
- Stainless steel Genoa track port and stbd
- Reduced height trunk cabin
- 2 x Spreader mast with 3 x Anderson 40 ST halyard winches
- Deep cushioned seating / sunbathing area each side
- Stainless steel foresail track
- Butterfly hatch over fwd guest cabin
- Stowage for life raft
- 2 x Hatches over galley
- Stowage for boarding ladder
- Fore hatch fwd in coach roof
- Anderson 40 ST spinnaker winch on centreline
- Inner – adjustable fore stay
- Spinnaker pole stowed on fwd side deck stbd
- Chrome and raw teak mooring cleats each side
- Lofrans 1500 anchor windlass
- Coming aft to sliding hatch in coach roof stbd
- Chromed fairleads each side
- Ultra 35 Kg stainless steel anchor on bow roller


History notes

Vincenzo Baglietto was a graduate of Glasgow – arguably the World’s leading university in marine engineering at the time. His career was somewhat affected by the upheavals of the 20th Century – so service in the Italian Air Force in WW I and in WW II; designing specialist fast boats for the Italian navy. Post war he again took up his love for designing recreational and racing vessels; both under power and sail. In 1950 MIRANDA IV, whose design had been largely inspired by Jack Laurent Giles, was launched. EA with the same lines followed in 1953 - the name incidentally deriving from the initials of the daughter of her first owner Guido Giovannelli. EA; a Class I RORC sloop is recorded as four time winner in real time of the Giraglia Race; probably the most important race in the Mediterranean up until the 1970s. During the 1960s EA seems to have left the Med – to reappear on the French Atlantic coast around the end of the decade. Much more recently – in 2006; EA’s current owners found the yacht in Les Sables d'Olonne, near La Rochelle. She was taken by road to Sibma Navale in Imperia to be completed restored. Followingthe restoration under her new ownership she has continued to race and in addition to numerous small local races and regattas has won trophies at five Panerai Classic regattas to date.


Accommodation and domestic equipment

- Sliding hatch and companionway 5 steps down to large open main cabin
- Varnished mahogany cabin sole
- 3 Large windows each side and 5 x electric lights in deck head
- Butterfly hatch in deck head
- Chart table with lifting top, drawers under and locker outboard to port by steps
- Schatz barometer, clock and hygrometer high on bulkhead aft

Main saloon area
- Sofas port and stbd
- Lockers above and outboard
- Drop single leaf table offset to port
- Fridge fwd to port
- TV in locker to stbd
- Moving aft

Head compartment to port
- Jabsco manual WC
- Wash basin
- Hatch in deck head
- Shower
- Teak grate
- Vanity mirror
- Storage lockers
- Hanging locker to stbd opposite head

Aft Cabin
- 2 x Large single berths
- Lockers high up and outboard each side
- Joinery storage drawers, dressing table and cupboard above on centreline
- Skylight hatches in deck head
- 2 x Reading lights
- Bulkhead light

Moving fwd through saloon and doorway

Middle cabin by way of mast
- Double berth to port
- 3 x Lockers above
- Single berth to stbd
- 3 x lockers above
- Butterfly hatch in deck head
- 2 x Reading lights
- 2 x Deck head lights
- Aperture forward

WC / shower compartment to port
- Jabsco manual WC
- Wash basin
- Shower
- Teak grate
- Vanity mirror
- Shelving opposite hanging locker
- Doorway to forward accommodation

Galley athwartships
- Smev 4 burner gas hob and oven to port
- Stainless steel sink and worktop to stbd with hot and cold mixer
- 2nd fridge
- Plate storage and food lockers under and outboard
- Ladder through hatch in deck head
- 4 x Large bulkhead lights
- Semi bulkhead fwd

Fore cabin
- 2 x Single vee berths; stowage under
- Hatchway exit in coachroof
- Anchor locker fwd and more stowage


Rig, spars sails and canvas

Marconi Cutter rig
- 2 Spreader Sitka spruce mast and boom

Sails all reported to be in VGC
- 2 x Main sails
- 3 x Genoa
- 2 x Yankee
- 2 x Gennaker
- 1 x Spinnaker
- Full cover for the boat overall


Mechanical electrical and tankage

- Volkswagen TDI 165 -5 2007
- Engine alternator 55 A
- Generator main engine 1.5 kW
- 12 V Electric circuit
- 3 x Large batteries; 200Ah
- Shore power
- Fresh water tanks 900 litre / c 200 gallons
- Fuel tank 450 litres / 100 gallons
- Propane gas bottles


Navigation, communications and electronics

- Raymarine ST 60 wind, CH wind, speed and depth
- Raymarine Autohelm
- Tack Tick Racemaster compass
- Constellation steering compass



- Base fire extinguishers
- Electric bilge pump
- Manual bilge pump


Restoration / refit

From 2006 to 2008 EA was given a near total restoration at Imperia covering the hull, keel bolts, deck, interior, engine, electrics and tankage.


These particulars have been prepared from information provided by the vendors and are intended as a general guide. The purchaser should confirm details of concern to them by survey or engineers inspection. The purchaser should also ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects their concerns and specifies details on which they wish to rely.


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