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News: Maiora Delivers 36M "Harmony"

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  1. Maiora 36 Yacht Delivered, Named "Harmony"
    The latest yacht to be completed by Maiora is out and about enjoying cruising. She is called "Harmony" and is the first unit in the new Maiora 36 line. Harmony has her design via a collaborative effort between Maiora's in-house design team and Quartostile that show-off the vessel's sportive and muscular lines. The LOA is 36-meters and a beam of 8.2-meters ennsure the interior is quite spacious. There are three levels onboard, the lower deck, main deck and the sundeck but one should note that the first hull is the raised-pilothouse version. Maiora is offering the 36 in a full-three deck 'Royale' variant.
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  2. The interior is a work of art even on a vessel of this size -under 120-feet-. The interior was conceived and executed by Maiora based on the owner's specification. Soft Walnut colour is contrasted with red splashes on the interior and vibrant turquoise on the deck furnishing upholstery. Swirling and angular details embed the carpeting and throw cushions in the main saloon to give a a slight sense of movement in the space. The natural colours accentuate the warm tones of the wood work while the red colour contrast for distinct pop! The bulwarks outside of the main saloon on the side decks are all 'notched out' and embedded with glazing to offer continuity of view from inside.
  3. Forward on the same main deck is the master suite for the owner. It is full-beam in nature and has the added feature of a fold-out balcony on the starboard side. Below you see it extended and is perfect for taking in the views from a secluded cove. The master suite decor follows on from the patterns seen in the main saloon with the fabrics on the bed showcasing swirls and the loose furniture finished in red upholstery. There is ensuite bathroom as expected and it is large with double vanity.
  4. Guest accommodation is on the lower deck and has two twins -as shown below- and two doubles. Total guest accommodation is for ten persons in five cabins. Crew members are situated in the bow and five of them have accommodation in three cabins. Guest accommodation is fairly spacious and the space it well utilized thanks to the generous 8.2-meter beam which is fairly wide for a vessel of this size.
  5. The flybridge area is a special space as its layout has been centered around socialization and entertainment. Not only does this deck offer gorgeous views fully around without interruption but this deck is partially covered by a hardtop. The large open spaces is well occupied by exterior furniture that is colours in a vibrant and bright turquoise colour. More formal seating is available towards the forward end of the deck. However, towards the aft, there are sunpads flanking a centrally located jacuzzi.
  6. Towards the aft lower deck in the transom, there is a small beachclub area. It isn't a full-fledge beach club but with the transom door lowered, extra space is created to add a few sun loungers for guest relaxation by the water. Access to the water is easy by simply walking off the edge of the swim platform or for those who are more cautious, a ladder can be deployed from the platform. With the aft setup chosen tender storage cannot be in the traditional position so there is a transverse garage capable of hosting a RIB and a PWC. In terms of performance, Harmony is powered by a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M96Ls which can run her deep V hull to a top speed in the region of 30-knots. With around 20,000 LT of fuel onboard Harmony can stretch out a useful 1,100 nautical range at a continuous 10 to 12-knots.

    For more information:

    Maiora Yachts
    Via Marina di Levante 12
    55049 Viareggio (LU) Italy

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