Sporting the name Lee the fourth DOM 133 to be built by the shipyard helmed by Diego Michele Delprati went to sea in La Spezia, launched from Baglietto’s slipways. The DOM 133 bears the signature of Stefano Vafiadis while the interior design of Lee was conceived by the owner’s designer Tehila Bracha Magyar Shelef.
The stand-out features of the new DOM 133 include the main deck saloon with full-height opening windows and the panoramic glass staircase integrated into the deck structure. On the upper deck the sky lounge, on the other hand, has lowered windows and offers a bar, living room and cinema area. Another feature that makes Lee truly stand out is the sliding perforated canopy which creates a sun deck shading system.
Lee also offers a balcony in the master cabin located forward on the main deck while the guest sleeping area with a VIP, two aft double cabins and a twin are located on the lower deck.
Onboard Lee, Carrara marble was used for the floors and plane trees as well as other tropical essences with stainless steel inserts for the furnishings, which were a real challenge for Baglietto’s workforce due to their curved lines. The new Baglietto DOM 133 is powered by two Caterpillar C32 engines for 17 knots of top speed.