The Baglietto Group has delivered the 37 metre CCN superyacht Run Away to its owner.
It comes after the yacht first hit the water in Avenza in July 2020. The builder also revealed it has started construction on a 40 metre sistership at the shipyard in Carrara, with delivery scheduled for spring 2022. Construction on a third hybrid unit has also started on-spec.
Designed by Stefano Vafiadis, the DOM 123 is the first of a new line of boats and is inspired by the Latin word "domus", meaning home. It is designed to appeal to the lifestyle of a modern, young yacht owner, providing equal measures of homely comfort and Italian style.
Built in aluminium, Run Away is powered by twin CAT C32 engines for a top speed of 16 knots and cruising speed of 15 knots.
Designed for a young owner, Run Away features a six-cabin layout for a total of 12 guests, including a main deck master with a private terrace.
Four guest cabins and the fifth, which is used as a convertible gym, sit on the lower deck with an adjoining hammam. The skylounge features both an indoor and outdoor dining area while the sun deck features a bar, sunbathing area and Jacuzzi. The garage aft meanwhile can accommodate a 5.8 metre tender.