This week the Italian superyacht builder Maiora, a division of the Fipa Group, launched its first yacht of the year.
The 32.1m superyacht, currently known as the Maiora 33, is one of seven yachts under construction at the Fipa Group, with a 2016 delivery date.
Designed by the in-house Fipa team, the 32.1m planing superyacht has an interesting exterior profile with a series of bowed windows and fluid lines. The fiberglass superyacht has a cruising speed of 26 knots and the ability to reach a top speed of 28 knots; she is also equipped with twin MTU 1,939kW engines.
Having concentrated diligently on stability, Maiora claims the soft lines of the 32.1m superyacht will allow for a comfortable sail even in rough sea conditions.
The Maiora 33 range has played a significant part in Maiora’s history and success, having delivered eight superyachts from the range so far, the first of which was Gaia – delivered 10 years ago in 2006.
Her interiors, also designed by Fipa’s in-house design team, are light and airy and avoid the appearance of closed spaces. A selection of light tones, offset by dark oak flooring bring a warm feel to the interiors of the 32.1m yacht. Furthermore, a delicate mix of light fabrics continue this warm aesthetic throughout the yacht.
The yacht will now undergo an extensive period of sea trials before delivery, which is scheduled this year.
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