Built by Benetti Sail Division to RINA class in 2008, Maca is one of the very few quality displacement yachts in her size range with a steel hull and modern exterior lines. A light and contemporary interior has accommodation for eight guests in four good sized cabins. The master suite is positioned amidships and has over sized windows providing excellent natural light and views, while the VIP suite is located on the main deck and below there are two double cabins to port and starboard, all with en suite bathroom facilities
Full walk around main decks are well protected by high bulwarks with varnished teak cap rails and there is a small settee on the bow, while the aft deck has al fresco dining around a fixed dining table seating eight guests. Access to the large upper deck is either via a stairway on the starboard side or through the raised pilot house with the helm and seating area well protected by the custom electrically operated Bimini top attached to the GRP arch. The upper deck also has a service area with a fridge and full bar aft to port of the guest seating
The saloon in a modern decor is well lit from the large side windows and there is a pleasing contrast between white lacquered panels and ceilings and the dark parquet floor. Ahead of the saloon there is a well equipped galley to port with a door to the side deck for easy provisioning and crew access.
Maca has a cruising speed of 11 knots and a range of 2,500 nautical miles courtesy of twin 100hp MAN engines and has her Spanish Matriculation tax paid.
Lying in Barcelona, Spain, Maca was asking €2,450,000.