Some kids want to run away and join the circus. With a megayacht bearing a name like Run Away, the owner of this newly launched Baglietto arguably has an even more fun kind of escape in mind.
The launch of this megayacht, a.k.a. Project DOM123, which started at Baglietto’s sister yard CCN, took place at the shipyard last week. “DOM” comes from domus, the Latin word for “home.” Run Away is very much a home on water for her owner and guests, who’ll enjoy ample volume and spaces in her 122’4” (37.3-meter) LOA. Specifically, she’s 395 gross tons, more voluminous than typical for her size. Additionally, she has a six-stateroom layout, also atypical for her size. Naturally, the master suite sits on the main deck. But, one of the staterooms doubles as the gym, too, with a hammam connected to it.
Run Away incorporates even more features that are unusual for her dimensions. For example, she features an elevator connecting the lower-deck staterooms to the sundeck. The main interior dining area sits on the upper deck, not on the main deck. As for the main deck, the galley includes the crew mess.
When Run Away is at anchor, the owner and guests have several alfresco areas to enjoy. For entirely private time, for instance, the owner can take in the sea air from a balcony in his suite. The sundeck, meanwhile, welcomes a crowd between a sunning area, a hot tub, a conversation area, and a bar. Yet another sunning spot sits fully forward on the bow. For alfresco dining, a table for 10 is just through the doors from the skylounge. And, finally, between the fold-down transom and 19-foot (5.8-meter) tender, Run Away encourages fun close to the water’s surface.
With a beam of 28’5” (8.7 meters), Run Away bears styling and interior design by Studio Vafiadis. Sea trials should confirm a 15-knot cruising speed under Caterpillar power.
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