Baglietto announces today the sale of hull 10244, line Dom133
Thursday, June 17, 2021 3:17 PM
La Spezia, 17th June 2021 _ Three months only after the sale of the second DOM 133, Baglietto signs a new achievement and announces today the sale of hull 10244, the fourth model of the successful line DOM133 by Stefano Vafiadis, with the support of Flavio Dominici of DOME YACHTS representing the client. The delivery of the 40m is due in 2023.
Contemporary and attractive lines, generous interior volumes not easy to find in yachts of this size, and extensive open air spaces are the main features of this mid-size aluminum cruiser modelled around a modern yacht owner's functional and lifestyle needs.
“A success, that of the DOM line – state Fabio Ermetto, Baglietto Chief Commercial Officer- which finds its roots in the very philosophy of this amazing yacht, inspired by the world of automotive for its external lines, but which offers the comfort and warmth of a "home away from home" (a DOMUS in fact) for the interior”.
Hull no. 10244 keeps the same characteristics of the line: she is an ocean-going passage maker with a shallow draft (2,10 m - 7ft) and aluminum hull that has been tank tested to seakeeping and efficiency. With an 8.70m beam (29ft), the DOM133 has a very generous interior volume and boasts an impressive array of lifestyle features not standard in yachts of this size. The main deck layout, for instance, has been developed to ensure optimal flow between the interior and the exterior areas while also enhancing the convivial atmosphere. The main salon features full-height and openable panoramic windows as a natural extension of the open aft deck. Another significant feature is the panoramic glass staircase integrated in the main deck. An amazing 2-levels beach club with a flush pool completes the unique layout.
Also, this model, as her sisterships, is powered with two Caterpillar C32 engines capable of reaching a considerable 17 knots max speed. The Baglietto shipyard has recently started on speculation the construction of the fifth sistership, including standard hybrid propulsion for delivery in 2024.