The right Attitude

Known as DOM 133 during construction, Italy-based superyacht builder Baglietto has completed M/Y Attitude, which hit the water last week.

02 June 2022


The 41-metre Baglietto motor yacht Attitude, designed by Stefano Vafiadis and Ezequiel Farca hit the water last Friday in the presence of his owner. The yacht finally has her name after being previously known as DOM 133 while still under construction.

“It’s always a pleasure for the shipyard to be able to share with owners their emotion when they see their dreams come true,” said Fabio Ermetto, CCO of Baglietto.

“The owner couldn’t be there for the technical launch in March so for him and his family this has been a very special day. This is what makes Baglietto shipyard different from the others: our capacity to be close to our clients in every moment and share with them every step of the construction of their dream.”

The event was attended by family and friends of the owner, as well as his team, including Ferdinando Nicholsons of Camper & Nicholsons and Nicola Nicolai of Nicolai Yacht Consulting & Project Management, who represented the owner during construction.


“It has been an honour to have been entrusted by the owner to represent him on this very successful Baglietto project,” said Nicolai.

“We had a great experience working with such prestigious names in the superyacht industry design and build. We enjoyed sharing the same determination to strive to deliver the best result with the team.

“In particular, we appreciated the collaborative approach of the Baglietto team, who always committed to accomplishing the owner’s and Farca’s requirements during construction. We believe that a great project is always the result of experience and great teamwork, and this was the case.”

Perfect for trans-oceanic cruising, this 41-metre vessel stands out due to her aluminium hull and limited draught (2.15 metres), which make her perfect for navigation, even in shallow waters.

“DOM stands for domus, meaning home in Latin,” added designer Stefano Vafiadis.

“Indeed, the idea of a home away from home lies at the core of this series of mid-size, aluminium cruisers modelled around the functional and lifestyle needs of modern yacht owners.

“The line presents a distinctive family feeling by combining contemporary exterior lines inspired by automotive design with generous interior volumes and extensive open-air spaces.”

Her lines are modern and captivating. An 8.70-metre beam ensures generous interior volumes and boast original lifestyle solutions that are unmatched on yachts of this size.

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

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

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

Developing on two levels, it features a magnificent infinity pool with lifting bottom that rises, making the already spacious cockpit even larger. A second pool can be found on the sun deck.

Interior designer Ezequiel Farca completely redesigned the interiors for this project and adapted the layout and decor to the owner’s requirements.

“As the owner’s interior architects, we always seek to interpret and represent their needs and wishes from the beginning,” said Farca.

“With DOM 133, this was an easy start as we basically had a white canvas and full openness from Baglietto to do so.

Nonetheless, the task of fully understanding the project and aligning the owner’s requests with the vessel’s structure and shipyard guidelines (without being able to see the project from the start because of the pandemic) was challenging.

“However, we must say that the essence of the project and the people who were part of it made this feeling almost seamless.

“We were always excited to bring to life the owner’s wishes at the same time that the shipyard was excited to commit to the construction and deadlines of the vessel, and this was something always present and highly valuable.”

Two Caterpillar C32 engines allow Attitude to reach a maximum speed of 17 knots.

M/Y Attitude will be presented as a world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival, from 6 to 11 September. Afterwards, the yacht will be on display at the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show from 28 September to 1 October.



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