Italian shipyard, Baglietto has announced the sale of the tenth hull in their DOM133 line. Designed by Stefano Vafiadis, the yacht is destined for an Australian owner with delivery in 2026 and marks the first of their yachts to be sent to Oceania.
Fabio Ermetto, CCO Baglietto shares on the sale, “This is a sale of great significance for Baglietto – not only because it opens the way in a market that is new to us, but in which we have, however, always believed a great deal, but also because it demonstrates the very high level of customization that Baglietto is able to guarantee even in its range models. This new DOM133, in fact, was born with the precise intention of its owner to sail the seas all over the world and has been highly customized for the target market, without losing anything of the all-Italian style that has always characterized the Baglietto brand.”
With the goal to cruise for longer periods, this latest Hull #10263 doesn’t have a swimming pool aft of the main deck, but instead prioritizes more storage space, with the galley also featuring a larger informal family breakfast area.
Perry James, representative for Baglietto Australia comments, “Geoff Lovett International (GLI Yachts) is honored that our long-term clients have chosen to entrust us with representing them in this pivotal milestone purchase. Being the oldest and most respected brokerage house in Australia, we are extremely privileged to represent Baglietto in Australia and New Zealand as a new era in South Pacific yachting commences. As we embark on this exciting venture, our dedicated Baglietto Australia team is poised to ensure a seamless and extraordinary experience for our clients. We cannot wait to guide our clients through the build process of this DOM133 and ensure that their journey will be enhanced at every step.”