Italian shipyard Baglietto has confirmed the sale of the sixth and seventh hulls in its 40 metre DOM 133 series. Contracts for both units were signed this week with Sean Doyle and Charles Hervé at Northrop & Johnson representing each buyer respectively.
The news follows the launch of the first hull, named Attitude, that hit the water at the end of March 2022, and the sale of the fifth hull, which was sold to an American owner at the beginning of February.
“We are all thrilled about these new orders,” said Fabio Ermetto, chief commercial officer of Baglietto. “Baglietto is living a very happy sale season and we are proud to have closed four contracts in just three months."
Both hulls will feature a "highly customised layout", according to the shipyard and one will be equipped with hybrid propulsion system that provides 690 nautical miles of cruising in diesel-electric mode and up to 10 hours at anchor using the batteries only. Under full engine power, the yacht can reach a top speed of 17 knots powered by twin CAT C32 engines.
The DOM133 was designed by Stefano Vafiadis and takes its name from the Latin domus meaning 'home'. Highlights include a split-level beach club that hosts an infinity with a lifting bottom to increase the space in the cockpit. The open aft deck also hosts an al fresco dining area alongside a lounging area.
Stairs lead up to a separate sun lounging area on the upper deck, while owners will also have the choice to install an interior lift to carry guests between decks.
The line presents a distinctive family feeling by combining contemporary exterior lines inspired by automotive design with generous interior volumes and extensive open-air spaces.