Italian yard Baglietto has confirmed the sale of the ninth hull in its DOM superyacht series, the 40-metre DOM133, with Marios Iordanou of Blue Point Yachting in Cyprus. She is scheduled for delivery in 2025.
DOM133's modern and captivating exterior design was designed by Stefano Vafiadis, who took inspiration from the automotive world. The yacht boasts large volumes and a modern layout, demonstrated by the split-level beach club, home to an infinity pool with a bottom that can rise to make the cockpit more spacious.
Further highlights include panoramic windows that open up to become terraces and there is also the option to install a lift.
Speaking about the sale, Baglietto’s chief customer officer Fabio Ermetto said: "This sale confirms the extraordinary success of this line. From the very beginning, we were convinced of the absolute value of this project, so much so that it led us to further lengthen the range with the introduction of a 35m entry level, the DOM115."
A limited draught will easily cruise, even in the shallow waters of the Bahamas and Caribbean.
A hybrid propulsion system, including twin Caterpillar C32 engines, will push her to an impressive maximum speed of 17 knots.