Italian shipyard Baglietto has announced their successful fourth launch for the year with the latest DOM, 133, christened LEE, designed by Stefano Vafiadis with collaboration from the owner’s own designer, Tehila Bracha Magyar Shelef.
Similar to her sisterships, LEE is perfect for long distance, trans-ocean cruises with a shallow draft to navigate the deepest to the shallowest of waters. A large interior volume is well appointed across her 133ft with a spacious deck space that flows from fore to aft, with airy openings into the interior to ensure a light free flow from the interiors to the exteriors.
Connected to Nature
Further enhancing the natural lightness to the yacht are the floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows that, when opened create an extension of the aft cockpit. A panoramic glass staircase is integrated into the main deck structure while a cascade of succulent plants can be found beneath the staircase, further connecting the inside to the nature that surrounds. Special attention has been made by Vafiadis to utilize natural fibers and materials inside such as floors in Carrara marble, sycamore and other tropical wood accents to bring the outside in.
A total of five cabins are available – the main cabin stretches forward of the main saloon on the main deck, with a sliding foldable balcony for the owner’s very own private view of the sea and offers an additional 6.5ft (2m) of living space. The remaining four cabins are located on the lower deck in a layout of two double cabins, one twin cabin and a spacious VIP cabin with small office area.
The sky lounge on LEE differs slightly from her predecessors with lower windows to accommodate a large bar and outdoor circular dining area, perfect for socializing. Further large recreational areas can be found on the upper and sundecks, to make the most of your time onboard. The sundeck features a sliding perforated sunroof for additional shaded areas if you so wish, a panoramic pool, and a plethora of lounge pads. An impressive beach club spans over two levels with an added infinity pool to give guests the ultimate access to the sea and the views.
LEE is powered by twin Caterpillar C32 engines, with a maximum speed of 17 knots.