The launch follows an "unprecedented" performance on sea trials, according to the shipyard. Recording a peak speed of over 45 knots before her final outfit, the unit's impressive top speed is credited to her "innovative hull design" and her propulsion system, which features a trio of water jets powered by three MTU engines.
The 300GT series is defined by a vertical bow, open stern and deck configuration that sees a pilothouse forward of the main deck master cabin. While interior details have not been disclosed, the broad exterior glazing will translate into airy living spaces, with the main saloon's floor-to-ceiling windows in the main saloon extending forward to the master suite.
Installed with sliding doors, the series' upper deck can be closed off as an air-conditioned dining space or opened to create a 130-square-metre flybridge with a "moon-roof" that opens near-fully. She also has capacity for a variety of water toys and a 6.5-metre tender, stored in the side garage.
The unit can reach a maximum speed of 40 knots, while a draught of 1.3 metres enables her to navigate shallow bays and anchorages, as found in the Bahamas and Caribbean.
The new Maiora 35 Exuma will be showcased at the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival and Monaco Yacht Show.
According to BOATPro, Maiora Yachts has three units currently under construction. This includes another Maiora 35 Exuma, scheduled to be delivered in January 2024.