September 20, 2023

New Model: Maritimo M75 Flybridge Motor Yacht

In 2023 Maritimo has celebrated twenty years of boat building, and what a better way to do so then by launching not one but two new flagships, both being the largest builds to date adding two foot from the previous largest offer, which was the 2009 unveiled 73 Cruising Motor Yacht.  This new Maritimo M75 Flybridge Motor Yacht follows the S75 which debuted in Spring at the Sanctuary Cove boat show, with which it also shares hull, and offers a near identical layout with the addition of an enclosed flybridge up top.  The M75 Enclosed Flybridge is reachable via an internal stair case to port side, and offers a dinette, C-shaped lounge and an opposite helm station.  To aft of the enclosed bridge is also an alfresco area with a large C-shaped dinette, and an island standing wet-bar.  The Maritimo M75 offers a main deck with an astern galley layout while, and as most enclosed bridge yachts has no helm station here which adding space to a very large lounging dining area.  Below deck is a four double cabins layout with an owners stateroom at midships and VIP suite forward, with a fourth cabin with twin bunks.  Considering the 22 meter size a bunk guest cabin can be a let down for some, but consider also that the Maritimo 75 flagship series is very well thought on the engineering side of things, especially in what regards to efficiency, engine positioning and shaft angle. This is something not seen much nowadays. The Maritimo M75 is standard powered by twin Scania 1150hp engines with optional 1380 or 1625hp MTU engines.  Official speed numbers are not provided, but a review online of the first hull sharing S75 which was powered with the Scania's 1150hp did reach 28 knots in a very light ship set up. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 23.07 m (75.8ft)
Hull Length - 22.8 m
Beam - 6 m
Draft - 1.60 m
Displacement - 55,200 kg dry
Fuel Capacity - 10,000 l
Water Capacity - 1,400 l
Accommodation - eight guests in four cabins, one crew cabin berth
Engines - 2 x Scania DI16 1150, or MTU 10V2000 M86 1380hp, 10V2000 M96L 1625hp
Propulsion - direct line shaft with five bladed propellers
Speed - 33 knots with MTU 1625hp 26 with Scania 1150 *estimates
Project - Maritimo, Tom Barry-Cotter

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