The second model in the DOM line by Stefano Vafiadis and Baglietto is on track to be delivered in April 2022. Built to speculation, the 39.95-metre yacht for sale is now in the outfitting shed with a completed hull and superstructure.Photo: BagliettoPhoto: BagliettoThe DOM line includes two models – DOM 123 and DOM 133 – with the first DOM 123 Run Away having been launched this summer and is soon to be delivered to the owner.Photo: BagliettoThe new DOM 133 is set to travel far with its hybrid propulsion system that combines traditional diesel engines, e-motors and batteries. The yacht’s range when cruising in diesel-electric mode can reach up 7,500 nm with up to 10 hours at anchor powered on batteries. She is also predicted to reach up to 17 knots thanks to twin CAT C32 engines.Photo: BagliettoMaking the most of the 8.7-metre beam is the detailed interior layout that includes a 70-square-metre sun deck with hot tub and wet bar, a two-level beach club with swimming pool and a main saloon completed by full-height windows. Guests can stay connected to all decks thanks to the inbuilt elevator.Photo: BagliettoPhoto: Baglietto“Respect for and vicinity to the sea are the core principles of the shipyard’s design philosophy, which has led to the creation of the E-Prop line, the line of hybrid yachts. These yachts are conceived and designed to be able to cruise freely or remain at anchor at zero emissions, to protect nature and enjoy it at its fullest,” says the shipyard.