Maritimo Debuts M75 Flybridge Motor Yacht

The new model joins its sistership S75 Sedan model, which launched in May.

Maritimo M75 Flybridge
The new Maritimo M75 Flybridge Motor Yacht’s standard accommodations are four staterooms and three heads. Courtesy Maritimo

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Australian builder Maritimo has premiered the M75 Flybridge Motor Yacht, a sistership to the S75 Sedan model that made its debut in May.

“Carrying the designation of the brand’s flagship status, the M75 has been cloaked in a mighty exterior form from bow to stern,” Bill Barry-Cotter, founder of Maritimo, stated in a press release. “The M75’s hull profile is personified by sweeping longitudinal contours and styling cues combined with integral hull windows gracing the hull topsides, providing the internal accommodations with unprecedented views and natural light.”

Standard power is 1,150 hp Scania Di16s, with options including 1,625 hp Rolls-Royce MTU 10V 2000 M96Ls. Fuel capacity is 2,641 gallons, allowing for what Maritimo calls “true intercontinental passagemaking.”

Owners have layout options throughout the vessel, inside and out. The standard accommodations are four staterooms and three heads.

Does the Maritimo M75 Flybridge Motor Yacht have a crew cabin? Owners have the option to switch out a utility room for a crew cabin aft.

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