Force to be reckoned with

Trust, experience, heritage and knowledge: these are the words that come to mind regarding the 40-year tenure of Geoff Lovett International.

01 September 2022


Nestled between the broad water and the ocean at Marina Mirage on Australia’s Gold Coast, Geoff Lovett International have proven themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the luxury boating scene.

In 2022, GLI became the exclusive Baglietto representative for Australia and New Zealand, an opportunity which was graciously accepted by GLI, alongside a decade-long association with Benetti Yachts.

“To be offered the opportunity to partner with a company the calibre of Baglietto is a privilege,” said GLI Managing Director, Perry James.

Baglietto Australia offers exceptional yachts that measure up to owner’s desires and the high standards of quality, style and innovation which have distinguished Baglietto for over 165 years.

With the sixth keel of the 40-metre Baglietto DOM 133 laid in August and the first DOM 133 on display during the 2022 Cannes Yachting Festival, it’s certainly an exciting time to be part of the Baglietto dream.


The semi-displacement DOM 133 hybrid is perfect for trans-oceanic cruising. At 41-metres, she stands out for her aluminium hull and limited draught (2.15-metres), making her perfect for navigation even in shallow waters.

Her lines are modern and captivating, with her 8.70-metre beam offering very generous interior volumes that boast original lifestyle solutions unmatched on yachts of this size.

The main deck layout, for instance, has been conceived and designed to ensure a smooth, free flow between interior and exterior areas, while also enhancing a pleasant atmosphere.

The main saloon has floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows that, once fully open, convert this area into a natural extension of the aft cockpit.

Another element deserving mention is the beach club, which has now become the hallmark of all latest-generation vessels of the La Spezia-based boat builder.

Developed across two levels, it features a magnificent infinity pool with lifting bottom to make the cockpit even larger, with a second pool on the sundeck.

The Cannes Yachting Festival will also be the stage for the world premiere of Rush, the 42-metre superfast custom yacht pencilled by Francesco Paszkowski with interiors designed in cooperation with Margherita Casprini.

With her limited draught of 2.10-metres, Baglietto brings back a more traditional planing hull, allowing her expansive 42-foot hull to cruise comfortably, even in shallow waters.

Powered by MTU 16V 200 M96L engines, with two shaft line external drives and a Voith linear jet central drive, the Baglietto Fast line can reach speeds of 28 knots, making it a very popular vessel for clients looking for a well-built vessel offering style, sophistication and edge.

GLI have placed themselves at the forefront of superyachts, not only here in Australia but across the world, with relationships established over many years of successful partnerships.

The company’s affiliation with shipyards such as Baglietto, Benetti and Moonen are testament to that reputation.

After building trusted relationships with shipyards and clients for over 35 years, GLI have become one of Australia’s most reputable and successful large motor yacht brokers.

Australia is an incredible country full of enthusiastic boaters, with many of the country’s most wealthy and influential businessmen long-term GLI clients.

Like all GLI clients, these are discriminating buyers looking for quality and value when purchasing, alongside the reassurance of a discrete and trustworthy brokerage house.

Whether you’re looking to purchase your first luxury boat, selling and moving up to your next or wanting to plan a memorable boat charter experience, you’ll want the best service and advice you can get.

The team of specialists at GLI are equipped to find exactly what you’re looking for – locally, nationally or internationally. You can feel confident placing your boating dreams in the some of the most professional hands in the industry.



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