Maori 54 yachts for sale

The ambassador of the Maori Yacht brand, the Maori 54 is a unique tender design to offer an enhanced experience for all. Striking the perfect balance between liveability, space, and security, this open-day boat makes the best use of the space available. Measuring 16.4 meters in length with a beam of 5.15 meters and a draught of 1.02 meters, her bold exterior design is the work of head designer Marco Ciampa. Her hull design includes tempered glass throughout to ensure her owners and guests enjoy a continuous connection with the surroundings.


Maori 54: price, specifications and more

Her open deck layout focuses on the central divisible table that can be converted into a daybed if her owners wish. Forward, large comfortable sunpads offer a secure space for sunbathing and unwinding under the sun, while additional seating and sunpads aft. Below deck, her owners can choose to furnish the homey cabin with U-shaped sofas or a custom bed, depending on their wishes and needs. A galley featuring an induction hob and custom double fridge is also featured below deck with a daybed. Powered by twin MAN 800 hp Diesel engines, the Maori 54 has a top speed of 48 knots. 


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