Maritimo’s New Flagship M75 Flybridge Motor Yacht Impresses with Space and Function

Maritimo’s New Flagship M75 Flybridge Motor Yacht Impresses with Space and Function


Following the global launch of its sistership the S75 Sedan in May, the new Maritimo M75 Flybridge Motor Yacht is designed to take on long distance excursions boasting efficiency, range, comfort and stability, along with a host of design and layout options for owners.

It’s grand, sweeping profile hints to the size of its interior and impressive deck space. The culmination of thousands of hours of research and design, the new M75 sports the iconic flybridge, and is the shining start of Maritimo’s offerings.

“The M75 is in my estimation, the best-ever, along with the S75. I don’t see this model launch as a culmination of a life-time, as I know there are greater projects to come from this team,” says Maritimo founder Bill Barry-Cotter. “The M75 Flybridge is testament to Maritimo’s heritage, to our collective efforts as a family business, to the belief and loyalty of Maritimo owners, and our commitment to innovation and evolution at every step in our history,” adds Tom Barry-Cotter.

The variable deadrise hull is designed for offshore cruising, with a whopping 2,641 gallon fuel capacity and powered by Scania Di16-1150MHP units with upgrade options available. 

“Step aboard, and the first impression the M75 emanates is certainly that of unsurpassed amounts of deck space,” says Barry-Cotter. “The M75 adventure deck creates an incredibly versatile hub for lounging, cooking, adventuring or storage, with plenty of room to spare.”

Along with the wet bar and tender storage options, the deck includes multiple module options for lounging, including a sun bed and secondary entertainment module.

The cockpit also offers versatile layouts, designed for a minimum of eight people. Forward-deck, guests can enjoy a free standing sunbed and forward facing lounge. The long-range galley is Maritimo’s largest, most bespoke to date, serving both indoor and outdoor areas. “Veiling all sides of the M75 saloon are enormous sections of glazing, injecting the surrounding seascapes right into the living and dining areas. There is also the added option of Maritimo’s unique two stage vista sliding windows which transform the entire saloon into an indoor/outdoor retreat,” explains Barry-Cotter. 

From the saloon, one staircase leads to the enclosed spacious flybridge above, and another to the impressive lower level accommodations, boasting four staterooms and three ensuites, with a light, airy open atrium companionway.

With an abundance of storage, layout options and space, the new M75 is set to take on the open seas for any long-range voyage with style, comfort and ease.

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