SPACE CONQUERED IN NEW MARITIMO C50
Internationally renowned luxury cruiser manufacturer Maritimo will unveil for the first time its revolutionary C50 IPS Sports Cabriolet at the upcoming Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show.
The C50 IPS boasts a spacious full-beam master stateroom equipped with ensuite, king sized bed, chaise lounge and make-up vanity. The stateroom is a design masterpiece which Maritimo says brings a level of space, luxury and comfort to the sports cruiser sector of the market that has never seen before.
“One of the greatest challenges facing manufacturers is creating space in sports cruisers and with the C50 IPS we have cracked the code,” said Maritimo’s marketing director Luke Durman.
“We are confident that when the luxury cruiser buying public see what we have achieved in this vessel they will be very impressed.”
Mr Durman said Maritimo’s reputation for performance, engineering, safety and creating vessels that first and foremost deliver excellent sea-keeping ability had not been compromised in the new design.
“By using IPS propulsion we have been able to create space within the boat that would have been unheard of in a boat of this size only a few years back,” he said.
“There are a total of three lavish staterooms and the level of finish within the vessel truly sets it apart.”
The C50 IPS will be powered by twin Volvo D6 435MHP with IPS 600 Drives. It features two bathrooms and the single level open planning living quarters and aft galley provide the idea environment for family relaxation and also entertaining.
Mr Durman said visitors to the Miami Yacht and Brokerage Show would be the first in the world to view the new sports cabriolet.
Maritimo has an extensive dealer network in the USD and the President of Maritimo USA, Dave Northrop said the number of sales of the Australian made cruisers was increasing annually.
“Maritimo is the creation of Australian boating legend Bill Barry-Cotter and above all Bill is renowned for his skill and ability to create serious passage making vessels that perform brilliantly in any conditions,” he said.
“We have many very satisfied Maritimo owners in the US and more and more are joining the Maritimo family as they discover just how special these boats really are.”
Mr Durman said the Maritimo display at Miami would include $4.5 million worth of vessels.