The yacht features a distinctive bow, open stern and a specially designed configuration.
Italian yacht brand Maiora Yachts has announced launching of the second hull of the Maiora 35 Exuma range. The yacht joins the ranks of the first hull Lady Nina, which premiered in 2020.
The 300GT features a distinctive bow, open stern and a specially designed layout with the helmsman's station on the upper deck and the master suite on the main deck.
The Maiora 35 Exuma has panoramic glazing along its entire length and sliding doors that can transform the upper deck into a dining area or a 130-square-meter flybridge.
The yacht can accommodate up to 11 guests in five cabins. The master stateroom occupies the entire width of the ship. The bespoke interiors of the Maiora 35 Exuma are characterized by the extensive use of natural materials and the connection with the outside world.
The yacht is propelled by the use of three 2000 hp MTU engines. The maximum speed of the boat is about 35 knots. On request, Maiora can also supply a more powerful engine of up to 2600 hp. The yacht also features reduced noise levels and quiet mooring thanks to lithium batteries.
A tender over 6.5 meters long is housed in the side garage of the yacht, while the aft compartment stores a 3.5-meter-long service tender and nautical toys. The presentation of the new ship is expected at the Cannes Yachting Festival at the end of 2023.