The lines of the new Baglietto motoryacht Attitude are modern and captivating. With her 8.7-meter (29-foot) beam, the DOM 133 has very generous interior volumes and can boast original lifestyle solutions that are unmatched on yachts of this size.
The main deck layout, for instance, has been conceived and designed to ensure a smooth, free flow between interior and exterior areas, while also enhancing a pleasant convivial atmosphere. The main salon, located on this deck, has floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows that, once fully open, convert this area into a natural extension of the aft cockpit. Another element deserving mention is the beach club, which has by now become the hallmark of all latest-generation vessels from the La Spezia, Italy-based boat builder. Developing on two levels, it features a magnificent infinity pool with lifting bottom that rises to make the already spacious cockpit even larger. A second pool can be found on the sun deck.
“DOM stands for Domus, meaning ‘home’ in Latin,” says designer Stefano Vafiadis. “Indeed, the idea of a ‘home away from home’ lies at the core of this series of mid-size, aluminum cruisers modeled around the functional and lifestyle needs of modern yacht owners. 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.”
Interior designer Ezequiel Farca, who completely redesigned the interiors for this project, adapting the layout and decor to the owner’s requirements, commented: “As the owner’s interior architects, we always seek to interpret and represent their needs and wishes from the beginning. With DOM 133, this was an easy start as we basically had a white canvas and full openness from Baglietto to do so. Nonetheless, the task of fully understanding the project and aligning the owner’s requests with the vessel’s structure and shipyard guidelines (without being able to see the project from the start because of the pandemic) was challenging. However, we must say that the essence of the project and the people who were part of it made this feeling almost seamless. We were always excited to bring to life the owner’s wishes at the same time that the shipyard was excited to commit to the construction and deadlines of the vessel, and this was something always present and highly valuable.”
Perfect for transoceanic cruising, this 41-meter vessel stands out for her aluminum hull and limited draft of 2.15 meters (7 feet), that make her perfect for navigation even in shallow waters.
Two Caterpillar C32 engines allow this yacht to reach an impressive maximum speed of 17 knots.
Boat builder Baglietto specializes in the construction of new planing aluminum yachts ranging between 38 and 50 meters in length, and steel and aluminium displacement mega-yachts above 40 meters. Baglietto can currently rely on two production sites, in La Spezia (headquarters) and Carrara (operating site). The La Spezia headquarters extend over an area of approximately 35,000 square meters. Over the last few years, the entire production site has been extensively renovated and enlarged. Three new sheds, allowing for the construction of yachts up to 65 meters in length, were built in La Spezia, as well as new fully equipped quays to berth vessels of up to 70 meters. The operating site in Carrara, conversely, comprises two areas of 5,000 square meters each. One is used to build military craft, while in the other—now equipped with four new sheds—yachts up to 50 meters in length are built. Baglietto’s activities are set to grow considerably, not only with regard to the construction of new pleasure vessels, but also in the military sector, with the BAGLIETTO NAVY brand, under which two crafts for the Italian Navy are currently under construction.
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