Baglietto’s motoryacht Run Away hit the water last week in Avenza and then moved to the Baglietto shipyard for the final fitting stages.
The aluminum M / Y Run Away inaugurates the DOM line, born from the collaboration of the yard with the designer Stefano Vafiadis who designed both the exterior and interior. Camper and Nicholsons New Build Division represented the owner at all stages of the construction.
The DOM line -from “DOMUS”, in Latin “Home”- is a yacht that embodies the positive sensations linked to one’s residence: an intimate and serene space, comfortable and elegant and at the same time airy and functional.
The M/Y Run Away has some unique features for this size yacht such as a private terrace in the master cabin and an elevator that connects all the decks, from the lower deck to the sun deck. Also noteworthy is the considerable interior volume (395GT) thanks to a 29-foot (8.70m) beam.
The Run Away layout is personal and includes a 6-cabin configuration with the owner’s cabin on the main deck. Also, on this aft deck, the saloon houses a comfortable conversation area while the galley with crew mess is located amidships. The lower deck is entirely dedicated to the guest accommodations with four cabins and a fifth used as a gym area equipped with fitness wall and adjoining hammam. The upper deck houses, in the sky lounge, an inside dining area, while a round table for ten guests is outside. The sun deck has a bar area as well as a conversation and sunbathing area. Here there is also a spacious whirlpool and a second sunbathing area is located forward on the upper deck.
Aft, the garage houses a 19-foot (5.8m) tender; behind it, the transom platform gives way to a beach area where you can have sun loungers in contact with the sea.
The yacht is powered by 2 1.193kW@2.300rpm CAT C32 engines that allow a cruising speed of 15 knots and a maximum of 16 and is certified ABS A1 (E) commercial yachting service.