“Astera” launched from Carrara: the fifth DOM 133 by Baglietto

The owners were also present during the float-out of the fifth DOM 133 by Baglietto

20 March 2024 | by Redazione

The popular range of aluminium displacement vessels by Baglietto, the DOM 133,was designed by Stefano Vafiadis, who, in this case, also designed the interior. The hull of the “Astera”, which had its float-out in the port of Carrara, was then transferred to the company’s La Spezia site to complete fitting.


The fifth DOM 133 by Baglietto, hull #10246 for the Ligurian shipyard, one of the historical brands in Italy, once again proves the success of its range, with its beach club on two levels, pool at water level with lifting bottom, so as to expand the already generous size of the cockpit on the main deck, and the spacious living areas, which are rare for a vessel of this size.

New for this unit, and proof of the high level of customisation available through Baglietto, even with their range of models, is the focus on opening out to the surrounding seascape. The saloon on the upper deck has a door-window that also opens up on the sides, overlooking two balconies, while moving the ventilation ducts to the exterior on the main deck, leaves space in the main saloon for a large window on the left-hand side.

This DOM 133 by Baglietto has a pair of Caterpillar C32 engines allowing it to reach an impressive maximum speed of 17 knots. The owners were also present for the occasion alongside their representative, Robert Lama.

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