Further price reduction on Mondo Marine superyacht Maestro at bluewater
2014-07-30By Malcolm MacLean

More price cut news as bluewater in Antibes sends word of a further €600,000 drop on the 40 metre motor yacht Maestro.

Built by Italian yard Mondo Marine in GRP to RINA class, Maestro was launched in 2009 and extensively refitted in 2012 at a cost of €1.5 million. A stylish interior by yacht designer Luca Dini offers accommodation for 10 guests in five staterooms, plus seven crew members are accommodated in four cabins.

The owner’s suite, complete with an office, is forward on the main deck, while aft is a large saloon with a dining room. A large modern galley is also situated on the main deck on the port side. On the lower deck there are two VIP staterooms plus two further twin cabins and all staterooms have en suite bathroom facilities. On the upper deck is the wheelhouse with the captain’s cabin adjacent.

Twin 1,500hp MTU engines give this superyacht a top speed of 16.5 knots, a cruising speed of 15 knots, and a range of 2,600 nautical miles at 11 knots.

Currently cruising in the West Mediterranean, Maestro is down from €6.9 million to €6.3 million.