June 8, 2023

New Model: Maritimo S75 Sedan Motor Yacht

Australian luxury yacht manufacturer Maritimo, announces the arrival of the awaited S75 Sedan Motor Yacht. The S75 is the embodiment of everything that is Maritimo, in a form that balances authority and grace in every way and angle, from the confident and deliberate lines, further accentuated by the extended hardtop that delivers significant coverage and protection from the elements, and its definitively commanding presence. Along with the sleek hips that frame a delicate reverse sheer, the overall aesthetic somewhat belies the S75’s overall and very distinct proportions. Purposeful black accents on the arch bar, housing radar and satellite domes, give a sporty feel and only serve to further accentuate and encapsulate the S75’s sleek profile and form. Maritmo’s long range blue water cruising credentials are undeniable, and the S75 will further augment this stance, with its deep-sided walkaround decks effortlessly integrated into the form, and lead to the capacious forward outdoor lounge area, with a free-standing sun bed and forward-facing lounge.  From the exterior, the massive panoramic glass areas in the hull and saloon tease at what will be on offer for the occupants gazing outwards. The curvature of the front screen is an engineering masterpiece and integrates gloriously with the moulded form of the saloon. Upon stepping on board the S75, the vast open nature of the rear adventure deck and its twenty square meters are apparent, and delivers on the all-important grandeur the yacht commands. It is for example big enough to play basketball while at anchor!. Sitting just above the waterline, this adventure deck creates a visual and functional connectivity with the ocean, where all adventures await, and upon return provides a welcoming space for lounging, barbecuing, and relaxation. Stepping up to the grand upper-cockpit deck space and alfresco lounging area, these superbly appointed and exceptionally functional connected spaces offer abundant opportunities for entertaining and dining, or full weather protection should the need arise. Maritimo’s renowned style and practicality is demonstrated once again with the aft galley, offering the most refined palette of materials and finishes, along with the highest level of appliances, to deliver understated elegance and superior usability. The S75’s galley serves both in and outdoor dining areas and socially connects chef and guests alike. A deep understanding of the requirements for extended stays aboard are evident in the S75’s thoughtful storage and design functionality. Flowing through into the saloon, panoramic glazed areas create a light and airy space and fill the frames with a gallery of seascapes. This plush and relaxing zone offers dedicated lounging and dining options. An enormous 65-inch TV screen on the port side reveals itself via electric lift, and can be swivelled and subsequently viewed from the galley, and even the upper cockpit. An elevated cruising lounge allows for great interaction with those on the helm, who are also highly pampered with ergonomically designed and electrically adjustable heated helm seats, and a careful consideration of controls and instrumentation. The atrium stairwell at the front of the saloon floats in space and captures light to create a welcoming arrival point to the accommodation level below. The full beam midships master stateroom offers abundance of space and light, delivered by glazing from both sides of the room . Light, open, and abundantly luxurious staterooms and amenities are further forward and below, with the forward VIP stateroom and, two other guests cabins to port and starboard, sleeping a total of eight guests. Across the entire S75 the craftsmanship and details is highly apparent, with the S75 revealing a depth of design and build consideration on a heightened level, even in the ‘unseen areas’ where manufacturers traditionally make the usual short cuts. The Maritimo S75 is also studied with the best power to weight ratio and cruising capabilities all perfectly paired from twin Scania 1150hp engines as standard or optional MTU 1625hp.
Technical Data:
LOA - 23.07 m (75.8ft)
Hull Length - 22.8 m
Beam - 6 m
Draft - 1.6 m
Displacement - 52,200 kg dry
Fuel Capacity - 10,000 l
Water Capacity - 1200 l
Accommodation - eight guests in fours cabins, or ten guests in four cabins
Engines - 2 x Scania DI16 1150hp, MTU 2000 series V10 1625hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Project - Maritimo, Tom Barry-Cotter

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