The 59-metre motor yacht Maybe is newly listed for sale with Dirk Johnson of Edmiston.
Built of steel and aluminium, to Bureau Veritas class, in Spain and delivered by MetalShips in 2017, the vessel's interior was designed by Marcelo Penna with her exterior completed by Acubens Naval Architects.
Maybe accommodates up to 12 guests across six cabins. The bright full-beam owner’s suite, located on the main deck, has a private study, walk-in wardrobes and his and her bathrooms. The guest cabins comprise an upper deck VIP, plus two double cabins and two twins on the lower deck. Neutral panelling and soft furnishings paired with dark wood furniture and colourful accents create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. There are quarters for a crew of 12, as well as a dedicated cabin for private security where all CCTV can be monitored and controlled.
The main deck features a spacious saloon with comfortable furniture comprising several large settees and a bar, while forward is a formal dining area. On the upper deck is another saloon with two separate seating areas, a cinema room, the wheelhouse and captain’s quarters forward. Aft is another dining area where up to 16 guests can enjoy sheltered al fresco meals. The panoramic sundeck comes complete with a gym, sauna and touch-and-go helipad aft.
A central spiral staircase wrapped around a glass elevator provides access from the lower deck all the way up to the sun deck. A beach club, adjoining the swim platform, can be used as an entertainment area. The broker said, "Maybe requires an owner to add the finishing touches and enhance her interior with crockery, silverware, and accessories".
Twin 2,682hp Caterpillar diesel engines, with less than 1,800 hours on them, give the 1,043GT yacht for sale a 14-knot cruising speed and a range of 6,500 nautical miles. She is fitted with zero speed stabilisers.
Lying in Barcelona, Maybe is asking €24,950,000.