Maori Yacht 54 Commemorates a Decade of Delight [w/ Videos]

Many of the top European shipbuilders in the business of producing yachts have been in the game for decades, if not more than a century. Maori Yachts, based on the Italian island of Sardinia, does not fit that description, as it’s only been in business for 10 years. But that’s an accomplishment in and of itself, and to celebrate, the company has created the 54-foot stunner you see here.

The main deck features a fabric convertible top that attaches to the fixed bimini roof over the bridge, which is great for people who want to take a break from soaking up the sun in the many open sitting areas fore and aft, as well as the rear swim platform. Venture below and there’s a spacious salon for even more lounging opportunities, but it (along with the banquettes) can be converted to sleeping areas that, along with the proper lavatory and galley, makes this boat a true 24-hour vessel. And with a pair of potent Volvo Penta D11-725 engines providing the motivation, you can bet it can cover a lot of water in those 24 hours. Sign us up!

Source: Maori Yacht