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Maritimo’s New Flagship

The Maritimo M75 is the Australian builder's largest yacht yet.

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Maritimo says there is an option to add either two or three solar panels to the M75’s hardtop. Courtesy Maritimo

Australian builder Maritimo has a new flagship: the M75. This 75-foot-8-inch yacht is almost 12 feet longer than Maritimo’s previous flagship, the M64. However, it’s not just in length overall that the M75 boasts expanded room; the M75 has approximately 873 square feet of interior space and 559 square feet of exterior space, punctuated by the cockpit’s customizable “adventure deck.” The space—outfitted with a wet bar, a sink, a fridge and two grills—can be set up for lounging, watersports, stowage and more.

There are four staterooms on the M75, including a full-beam master with a king-size berth amidships. The master has a nearly full-beam head with his-and-hers sinks abaft the berth, providing a sound barrier from the engine room. To port, there’s a closet and two-seat sofa; to starboard is a desk that can also serve as a vanity beneath a full-length window. Two guest staterooms—one with twin berths to starboard, the other with bunks to port—separate the master and forepeak VIP staterooms.

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The M75’s main deck is made for entertaining. With the lone helm station on the flybridge, the main deck has a dining area, a salon, an island galley arrangement. Courtesy Maritimo

The M75’s main deck is designed purely for entertaining. In the upper cockpit, there’s seating for at least 15 with forward-facing seating, a sofa to port, and L-shaped seating with a table to starboard.

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A sliding glass door leads from the cockpit to the galley inside with a 15.5-square-foot island that can accommodate two barstools on each side. The galley’s appliances are to starboard in an L-shaped configuration. A portside staircase leads to the flybridge.

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Belowdecks is space for eight to sleep. The full-beam master stateroom is amidships with a king-size berth on centerline and a nearly full-beam head with his-and-hers sinks. Courtesy Maritimo

The vessel’s salon and dining area are amidships with a portside settee that has a dining table with space for four chairs. To starboard is a C-shaped sofa that seats at least eight people. On the foredeck, there’s forward-facing seating for at least two people, as well as a sun pad far forward.

The flybridge has an enclosed sky lounge that houses the helm station, which is to starboard with two helm chairs. C-shaped seating abaft the helm to starboard mimics the main-deck salon’s sofa setup. Across from the helm to port is additional U-shaped seating for guests who want to see what the skipper sees, with views all around. Aft and open to the elements are a bar with space for three barstools and C-shaped seating for eight with a table.

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The after sections of the M75 are dedicated to alfresco entertaining. On the flybridge and main deck, there is shaded space for guests to feel the ocean air. The stern is open and accommodates loose furniture. Courtesy Maritimo

Standard power for the Maritimo M75 is twin 1,150 hp Scania DI16 diesels.  

Take the next step: maritimo.com.au

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