Fourth launch of the year for Baglietto: The DOM 133, hits the water

16 June 2023

Fourth launch of the year for Baglietto: The DOM, 133 pencilled by Stefano Vafiadis, hits the water

La Spezia, 16 June 2023 _ The fourth DOM133, LEE – designed by Stefano Vafiadis, who also took care of the interiors in cooperation with the Owner’s designer Tehila Bracha Magyar Shelef – was launched two days ago.

Hull no. 10244 retains the core features of the line she belongs to: perfect for trans-oceanic cruises, this vessel too has a limited draught (2.10 m – 7ft.) that makes her ideal to cruise even in very shallow waters. Thanks to a beam of 8.70 m (29 ft.), interior volumes are very generous and offer living spaces and solutions rarely found on yachts of this size. A glaring example is the main deck layout, conceived and designed – on this unit too – to ensure a smooth, free flow between interior and exterior areas, while also enhancing a pleasant convivial atmosphere.

The main saloon, on this deck, has floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows that, once fully open, turn this area into a natural extension of the aft cockpit. Another noteworthy feature is the original panoramic glass staircase, flawlessly integrated in the main deck structure. A special mention, in the main saloon, goes to a lovely small garden of succulent plants, arranged under the staircase and protected by the glass slates that support it.

Floors in Carrara marble, fine woods like sycamore and other tropical woods, stainless steel inserts (even on curved elements, which implies truly great craftsmanship): this yacht’s interiors surely stand out for their precious materials.

Located forward of the main saloon, the master cabin can boast a sliding, foldable balcony that makes an impressive visual impact and extends the cabin area by an additional 2 metres outdoors. Not to mention the breathtaking view on the sea that the Owner will be able to enjoy. The wood used in the cabin is the same found throughout the vessel. Mirrors and marbles have also been extensively used for the Owner’s bathroom.

The guest accommodation area has been arranged on the lower deck and includes two double cabins, located aft, and a twin cabin. The third VIP cabin with double bed, next to the guest cabin, is very spacious, which means it can also fit a small desk and a large TV.

On the upper deck, the sky lounge is comfortable and cosy, certainly less formal than the main saloon. Compared to previous models in the DOM line, on LEE windows have been lowered and a large bar unit has been installed on the side, also serving the outdoor dining area. The latter is furnished with an imposing round table, ideal to have dinner with one’s friends or family. The large bookcase at the bow has many shelves to fit books and works of art as well as a TV/cinema unit. The large L-shaped sofa offers a perfect view on the TV screen, but is also skilfully shaped not to interfere with the windows, thereby granting an equally perfect and magnificent view on the surrounding landscape.

Both the upper deck and the sun deck offer very generous spaces – undoubtedly one of the main strengths of this yacht.

The sun deck is fitted with a sliding perforated sunroof – a shading system that, borrowing an adjective from the automotive sector, could be defined as ‘convertible’; together with a custom bar unit and a panoramic pool with a large sunbathing area at the bow, this element makes this area just perfect to enjoy life en plein air.

Also deserving mention is the pilothouse integrated in the hull, characterised by the DOM line’s unmistakable design, reinterpreting Baglietto’s logo, a stylized seagull, in a contemporary key. RGB lighting details can create a magical setting while cruising, while also helping the captain by preventing any annoying reflections on both windscreen and windows.

The beach club on 2 levels with an infinity pool adds a final unique touch to this vessel’s layout.

This unit, too, mounts two Caterpillar C32 engines, allowing her to reach an impressive maximum speed of 17 knots.

Boat builder Baglietto specialises in the construction of new planing aluminium yachts ranging between 38 and 50 metres in length and steel & aluminium displacement mega-yachts above 40 metres. Baglietto can currently rely on 2 production sites, in La Spezia (headquarters) and Carrara (operating site). The La Spezia headquarters extend over an area of approximately 35,000 sq. m. Over the last few years, the entire production site has been extensively renovated and enlarged. Three new sheds allowing for the construction of yachts up to 65 m in length were built in La Spezia, as well as new fully-equipped quays, to berth vessels of up to 70 m. The operating site in Carrara, conversely, comprises 2 areas of 5,000 sq. m each. One is used to build military crafts, while in the other – now equipped with 4 new sheds – yachts up to 50 m in length are built. Baglietto’s activities are set to grow considerably, not only with regard to the construction of new pleasure vessels, but also in the military sector, with the BAGLIETTO NAVY brand, under which 2 crafts for the Italian Navy are currently under construction.

Contacts for the Press:

Baglietto Press Office
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Via Morimondo 34, 20143 Milano
+39 02 50020500

Rebecca Racina
Senior Communications Specialist

Sofia Gallo
Communication Specialist