Maori continues to hit a stylish note with their new 120ft project that develops the philosophy and constant research of contact with seawater.
“Basic” is the watch-word of the project, free and very low boards, and the main deck on just one level are its main features. Lines have been designed by the architect Marco Ciampa, the person in charge of the shipyard style.
This boat is 36 meters long with a beam of 10,5 meters. The deck house is totally dedicated to the living area through a system of pocket doors which creates a suggestive flow on communication between all spaces onboard, connecting the in-house with the open area. Wide glass surfaces, kept together by a light top that seems to be floating on them, increase the sense of openness and perception of the space. The lower deck houses the owner cabin and three VIP cabins too, in addition to the service area and the crew one.
The ship is also equipped with a fly where a big sun-pad and a dining area are located.