Maiora, the FIPA group's brand of large-volume flybridge yachts, two 99-foot (30-meter) models —a Maiora 30 Walkaround and a Maiora 30 Convertible —are already cruising the seas. The latter will be on display at the Cannes boat show. Another Maiora 30 Walkaround is also going to be launched over the next few weeks and will then make her international debut at the fall boat shows.
With her 100ft (30.5m) length and 24ft 7in (7.5m) beam, the Maiora 30 —both in the "walkaround" version, with totally open fly, and in the "convertible" one, with an enclosed and air-conditioned sky lounge (which can be opened if needed)— offers her owner and his guests extremely functional and flexible exterior and interior spaces and impressive volumes for a boat in her class.
AB Yachts, who produces the fastest water-jet propulsion boats, has a special, entirely custom-made 24-metrer project has just been delivered, while an AB 142 (42.24m), launched a few weeks ago, is about to leave the dock.
The AB 100 SUPERFAST (30.5m), in turn, was launched Saturday morning. This vessel —thanks to the new propulsion system installed onboard — is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 60 knots while ensuring comfort, safety and seaworthiness, as well as incredible noiselessness. Boasting high performances and cutting-edge technological innovation, The AB 100 SUPERFAST will be presented as a world premiere at the upcoming boat shows. And Another AB 100 vessel will hit the water by the end of August.
All these yachts are entirely custom-made projects, with each yacht differing from the previous one not only by virtue of a layout and décor, but also in terms of innovation and original, advanced technical solutions.
The international boat shows of Cannes (September 7-12), Genoa (September 16-21) and Monaco (September 22-25) will feature the models that have recently joined Maiora's and AB Yacht’s fleets.