First 41m DOM 133 Launched by Baglietto
The first hull of Baglietto’s 41m DOM 133 was launched by the Italian shipyard late last week, at its facilities in Marina di Carrara. Penned by renowned Italian designer, Stefano Vafiadis, the 41m has now been moved to the shipyard’s La Spezia site to complete her final outfitting.
Due to be delivered to her owner this summer and later debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September, the first hull within the DOM 133 series has been launched: standing out as an incredible Baglietto build. Since her debut, four other DOM 133 hulls have also begun construction at Baglietto’s Carrara shipyard, all scheduled for delivery before 2024.
Featuring a curvaceous, sporty exterior by Stefano Vafiadis, DOM 133’s interior is equally as impressive. With a generous onboard volume across four spacious decks, DOM 133 comfortably accommodates 10 guests within five cabins. Her onboard design offers a harmonious flow of living and entertaining areas, created to ensure a smooth transition from outside to in. DOM 133’s main salon boasts floor-to-ceiling windows for panoramic views during cruising, whilst her luxurious exterior areas offer comfortable, serene zones.
A notable feature of DOM 133 is her expansive beach club. Designed across two levels, the club contains a magnificent infinity pool that rises from below to increase the cockpit size. If that wasn’t enough, DOM 133 also boasts a second pool on her sun deck.
Baglietto’s CCO, Fabio Ermetto commented on the launch: ‘A launch is always a very exciting event for a shipyard and for the Owner, who finally sees his long-held dream come true. This specific launch is even more so, because this is a brand-new project that we had only imagined so far. The DOM 133 is, indeed, a project we strongly believed in from the very beginning, and its market success so far proves its value. Looking at this vessel now, in her natural element, makes us all immensely proud.’
DOM 133 has a limited draft of 2.15m: making even the shallowest of waters navigational. Her top speed is 17 knots, powered by two Caterpillar C32 engines and her beam is 8.7m.
"The DOM 133 is, indeed, a project we strongly believed in from the very beginning, and its market success so far proves its value. Looking at this vessel now, in her natural element, makes us all immensely proud."