Italian builder Baglietto has confirmed the sale of another 40 metre DOM 133, with the buyer introduced by Remi Carrier Jr of Canada Yacht.
The aluminium displacement motor yacht was penned inside and out by Studio Vafiadis in collaboration with the Italian shipyard, and the sale marks the seventh order signed by Baglietto in 2021.Read More/Baglietto sells third 40m Dom 133 superyacht
Speaking about the model, designer Stefano Vafiadis said: “The concept for the yacht revolves around the idea of finding on board space and comfort, the same that you would find in a villa.”
Standout design features include an open-air beach club that stretches over two levels and hosts an infinity pool with a lifting bottom to increase the space in the cockpit.
The interior is notable for the panoramic windows that open up to become terraces on either side of the hull. The DOM 133 model also has the capacity to have an internal lift installed.
An al fresco dining area is found on the open aft deck alongside a lounging area, with stairs leading up to a sun lounging area on the upper deck.
Speaking about the sale, Baglietto’s chief customer officer Fabio Ermetto said: “We are very happy about this new order. The project is perfect for an owner that loves comfort but won’t compromise on performances or a high level of customisation.”
Powered by twin Caterpillar C32 engines, the DOM 133 will be capable of reaching a maximum speed of 17 knots.