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Maltese Falcon yacht video

Watch the Maltese Falcon’s revolutionary sailing system – the Falcon Rig – in action. The three self-standing and rotating masts host 15 sails for a total sail area of 2,400 square metres.

The centrepiece of the interior is the atrium where the three decks are united by a circular stairway surrounding the main mast, creating a spiral effect that is enhanced by natural light coming through transparent floors.

The main deck is a wide open space featuring a main saloon, an enormous aft-cockpit, two separate studio areas and a dining room. Twelve guests are accommodated in five lower deck cabins and one passage cabin on the upper deck, with a private cockpit, a protected sunbathing area and direct access to the wheelhouse, the heart of the whole vessel.

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