Baglietto acquires their ninth commission for the DOM range with the sale of DOM133 hull 10256

Baglietto sells the eighth model of DOM133 (ninth in the DOM range) curated by Stefano Vafiadis

4 September 2023 | by Redazione
Baglietto DOM133

After having delivered the m/y Perla Bianca and Lee, Baglietto’s summer season has yet to slow down: the La Spezia-based shipyard has sold its eighth model of  DOM133 (ninth in the DOM range) curated by Stefano Vafiadis, thanks to their partnership with broker, Marios Iordanou from Blue Point Yachting, Cyprus.  The yacht is expected to be delivered in 2025.

We have cemented the extraordinary success of this range – says Fabio Ermetto, CCO for Baglietto – which, however, does not surprise us; from the beginning we have been absolutely convinced about the value of this project which encompasses all aspects of current market demand, leading to our extending the range with the introduction of an entry level 35m, the DOM115. As I have already mentioned previously, this is the perfect combination of technology, aesthetics and versatility for use and space, that have become the assets of a range fully encompassing a rapidly transforming market while keeping it coherent with the DNA of the Baglietto brand.


The new DOM 133 by Baglietto has modern yet charming lines, inspired by the automotive industry, as well as extraordinary and singular spaces for a vessel of its size. The modern layout includes the features required in today’s market, including a beach club on two levels with water level pool with lifting bottom to increase the already ample size of the cockpit on the main deck, allowing it to be enjoyed even when moored.

Among the other characteristics of this 40.60 metre megayacht, are the panoramic windows which open onto the terrace and its reduced draught for easy navigation in in the shallow waters of the Bahamas and Caribbean. Choosing aluminium as construction material provides not only increased comfort and quality, but also more flexibility for modifications allowing for a higher level of customisation.

It has impressive performance, thanks to its two Caterpillar C32 engines, allowing the vessel to reach a considerable maximum speed of 17 knots. Hybrid propulsion is optional.


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