NEW DESIGNS FOR MARITIMO M51 AND S51 MODELS

With attention focused on the world premiere of the groundbreaking Maritimo X60 Sport Yacht, leading Australian motor yacht manufacturer, Maritimo have revealed further exciting product developments at the opening of the 30th annual Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, with design evolutions to the popular M51 Flybridge and S51 Sedan models.

Two of the most popular vessels in the Maritimo flybridge and sedan motor yacht range have undergone significant  floor plan and interior design advancements, with the company revealing further models would be undergoing  design upgrades over the course of 2018.

In addition to significant cosmetic updates, the S51 Sedan now includes a spacious new saloon configuration with ergonomic twin helm seat dashboard design, U-Shape opposing lounging and dining space and enhanced galley with island bench.

Two of the most popular vessels in the Maritimo flybridge and sedan motor yacht range have undergone significant  floor plan and interior design advancements, with the company revealing further models would be undergoing  design upgrades over the course of 2018.

In addition to significant cosmetic updates, the S51 Sedan now includes a spacious new saloon configuration with ergonomic twin helm seat dashboard design, U-Shape opposing lounging and dining space and enhanced galley with island bench.

Updates to the M51 Flybridge offer a new ergonomic twin helm seat dashboard design and further enhancements to the master stateroom. Both models also now offer an optional mood lighting addition that elevate the level of comfort and enable the onboard environment to be the perfect retreat.

Lead Maritimo designer, Tom Barry-Cotter said the  model developments were just the beginning in a variety of updates scheduled to be introduced on various models within the Maritimo range over 2018. “We are a brand that is always looking for that little bit extra,” he said. ” These new features are something that we really believe will resonate well with the market.”

Both updated vessels will be on display at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.