October 29, 2022

New Model: Maori 125ft

Maori has in Summer 2022 launched its new 125ft flagship model, a construction which began in 2019 and due to Covid19 and supply chain issues was delayed by one year, launched in Summer 2022 instead of the planned 2021.  This 38 meters long super explorer yacht comes as all the smaller models from a design of Marco Ciampa for the exteriors, with the Maori 125ft being different to the other smaller sporty Maori, in looks see triple deck, and in substance for its full displacement hull shape.  She is especially in looks also different to other super yachts, looking like a working ship from another century with a modern minimal sci-fi spin to the looks, which apart being creative offer innovative solutions; from the forward patio door which leads to the fore deck via the internal saloon, to the garage for the tenders and PWC hidden under the large aft deck, which is served by an aft waters edge lounge.  The Maori 125ft has interior designed by Pulina who presented a layout with five guest cabins including of which is an owners apartment on the top deck.  Crew accommodation is for seven in four cabins.  The Maori 125 features a full displacement hull shape with wave piercer designed by NavalHead, which powered by twin Man 1800hp engines reaches top speeds up to eighteen knots. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 38.20 m (125.4ft)
Beam - 10.60 m
Draft - 2.35 m
Displacement - 230 t, 367 gt *volume
Fuel Capacity - 38,000 l
Water Capacity - 5000 l
Accommodation - ten guests in five cabins, seven crew in four cabins
Engines - 2 x Man 1800hp
Propulsion - ZF gearbox with line shafts 
Speed - eighteen knots max, fifteen cruise, ten knots long range
Range - 4200 nm at ten knots
Hull Shape - full displacement with wave piercer
Construction - gelcoat finish with fiberglass construction
Project - Marco Ciampa, Pulina interiors, NavalHead naval architect
Certification - RINA

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