The largest motoryacht in its history, the new flagship M75 from Maritimo is a head-turner down to the very last detail.
Last month, Australian luxury yacht manufacturer Maritimo unveiled the largest model in its history with the global reveal of the brand’s latest flagship vessel—the new M75 Flybridge Motoryacht. With four main cabins, including a full beam master and full beam en suite, plus a massive galley with domestic-sized refrigerators and Miele appliances, the M75 impresses with her spacious accommodations and innovative design details. Case in point: The signature adventure deck located on the stern that creates an incredibly versatile hub for lounging, cooking, or storage with plenty of room to spare.
One of the other defining features of the Maritimo M-Series is the recognizable enclosed flybridge skylounge and the M75 is no exception, offering additional interior space through the design of the exterior wings that meld within the swept contours of the flybridge’s exterior form. The space incorporates a pair of distinct internal lounging areas, with a forward cruising lounge and aft TV lounging, which can both conveniently convert to additional sleeping berths if required. Beyond the flybridge sliding glass doors, the balcony deck offers further deck space.
The master stateroom is centered upon a centerline king size bed with cavernous rear en suite and walk-through robe area. Storage is prevalent with double, full height hanging robes, double half-height robes, and copious amounts of customizable drawer, desk, and lounge storage available.
The hull design and engineering are centered on straight shaft drive technology with the standard Scania Di16-1150MHP power units transferring power to the water via an ultra-efficient, shallow straight shaft angle to the 5x Blade Nibral Propellers. The M75’s low angle straight shaft drives also reduces the overall draft to a very versatile 4’11”, opening up an array of anchorage possibilities.
The M75 has stemmed from the most in-depth design and development process ever undertaken in the brand’s history, said Director of Design Tom Barry-Cotter at the December launch, as the design division collaborated with existing Maritimo owners on ideas for more than two years. The first M75s are expected to be delivered in late 2022, with several orders for the M75 already in its production pipeline.
Specs & Info
LOA 75’ 8” · Beam 19’8” · Draft 4’11”
2,510 gal. / 370 gal. / 105 gal.
Multiple engine upgrade packages available
Maritimo Sales America (Washington)
Seattle, WA 206.513.2100