29 March 2022
After the launch, the trans-oceanic aluminium motor yacht, designed by Stefano Vafiadis was moved to the company’s La Spezia shipyard to complete outfitting operations. DOM133 will be delivered to the owner in summer.
Since its debut, this line was met with success. In fact, four more hulls are currently under construction at the Carrara shipyard, with deliveries scheduled until 2024.
Perfect for trans-oceanic cruising, the DOM133 stands out due to her aluminium hull and limited draft of 2.15 metres, which make her perfect for navigation, even in shallow waters.
With an 8.7-metre beam, the DOM133 is generous in size. The main deck layout has been designed to combine both the interior and exterior, creating a seamless connection between the spaces.
The beach club, which has by now become the hallmark of all latest-generation vessels of Baglietto, has been built across two levels. It features an infinity pool with lifting bottom that rises to make the cockpit even more spacious. A second pool can be found on the sun deck.
The main saloon, located on main deck, has floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows that open fully, converting the area into a natural extension of the aft cockpit
“A launch is always a very exciting event for a shipyard and for the owner, who finally sees his long-held dream come true,” says Fabio Ermetto, Chief Commercial Officer at Baglietto. “This specific launch is even more so, because this is a brand-new project that we had only imagined so far.
“The DOM133 is, indeed, a project we strongly believed in from the very beginning, and its market success so far proves its value. Looking at this vessel now, in her natural element, makes us all immensely proud.”
The DOM133 features two Caterpillar C32 engines, allowing for maximum speeds of 17 knots.
The world premiere of DOM133 will be held during the 2022 Cannes Yachting Festival from 6 to 11 September.