Italian yard Maori Yacht has released new pictures of its soon-to-be flagship as the hull and superstructure near completion in Sardinia.
The 38.2 metre Maori 125 is described by the yard as a long-range full displacement yacht and began construction in October 2019. The yacht has been designed by Marco Ciampa and eclipses the current Maori 80 flagship by over 12 metres in length.
An interior by Pulina Exclusive Interiors provides accommodation for 12 guests in four luxurious VIP suites on the lower deck while the upper deck is dedicated exclusively to the owner. All guest cabins will have entertainment centres, Samsung television screens and en suite bathroom facilities, and further accommodation is for seven crew members aboard this yacht for sale.
The main saloon offers a circular lounge setting with an adjoining bar and formal dining area that can welcome up to ten guests in the utmost comfort with an entertainment centre including a 70-inch Samsung television screen. Guests can enjoy more intimate gatherings in the upper deck saloon which also offers access to an outdoor lounging and dining area.
On deck, a large swim platform conceals the tender and toys garage while next to the garage is a large beach club to enjoy life at sea level. Her top speed is 18 knots and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 4,200 nautical miles at 10.5 knots powered by twin 1,800hp MAN diesel engines.
The Maiori 125 is currently listed for sale with Edmiston & Company asking €13,800,000 and is due to launch in the spring.