June 24, 2022

New Model: Baglietto DOM 133

Baglietto has launched the first DOM 133, a semi-custom 41-metre aluminum super yacht designed by Stefano Vafiadis. The first Baglietto DOM 133 will be delivered to the Owner, later this summer. Since its very debut, the DOM line immediately met with roaring success: four more hulls are indeed currently under construction at the Carrara shipyard, with deliveries scheduled until 2024. Perfect for trans-oceanic cruising, this 41-metre super yacht stands out for her aluminium hull and limited draught of just over two meters, that make her perfect for navigation even in shallow waters. Her lines are modern and captivating. with the DOM 133 having generous interior volumes and can boast original lifestyle solutions that are unmatched on super yachts of this size. The main deck layout, for instance, has been conceived and designed to ensure a smooth, free flow between interior and exterior areas, while also enhancing a pleasant convivial atmosphere. The main salon, located on this deck, has floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows that, once fully open, covert this area into a natural extension of the aft cockpit. Another element deserving mention is the beach club, which has by now 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 to make the already spacious cockpit even larger. A second pool can be found on the sun deck. Two Caterpillar 1600hp engines allow this yacht to reach an impressive maximum speed of 17 knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 40.60 m (133ft)
Beam - 8.70 m
Draft - 2.15 m
Displacement - 395 t GT (volume), 
Fuel Capacity - 40,000 l
Water Capacity - 10,000 l
Accommodation - ten guests in five cabins, or twelve guests in six cabins, 8 crew in 4 cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C32 1600hp, MTU 16v2000 M96L 2600hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 17 knots max fifteen knots cruise with Cats 1600hp, 21 knots max with MTU 2600hp
Range - 3500 nautical miles at fifteen knots or 4000 nautical miles at ten knots
Hull Shape - semi displacement
Construction - aluminium
Project - Stefano Vafiadis interior and exterior

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