As part of the most prestigious luxury boat show in North America, the all-new Maritimo M60 Flybridge Motor Yacht makes its grand debut at the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show. Scheduled from October 25-29, this marine-focused event marks another incredible unveiling by Maritimo, reaffirming the brand’s commitment to innovation and excellence in yacht manufacturing. Steered by the visionary Managing Director Tom Barry-Cotter, the M60 Flybridge Motor Yacht is a magnificent addition to Maritimo’s already outstanding lineup.
This Australian-built marine masterpiece sets itself apart with superior long-range seakeeping abilities. Highlighting exceptional comfort and style, the M60’s climate-controlled flybridge sky lounge is your dream come true. The M60 is engineered for performance. One of its standout features is its direct shaft drive engineering, an innovation that Maritimo has refined for ultimate efficiency and balance. Powering this beast is standard twin 800-horsepower Volvo Penta D13s, with options to upgrade to 1,000-hp Volvo Penta D13s or 1,150-hp Scania Di16s. The hull is designed for maximum cruising efficiency and comfort, and the yacht comes with a remarkable 1,200 US gallon fuel capacity, opening doors to far-reaching nautical adventures.
The Maritimo team will be on-site, ready to delve into intricate details about their yachts’ unique features and functionalities. Future and current customers can engage with the brand’s boating experts, gaining valuable insights into what sets Maritimo apart in the world of luxury yachting.
Another element that makes the M60 an essential buy for long-range cruisers is its generous storage capabilities. From its aft garage lazarette to the tender storage options, there’s room for everything, including water toys, fishing gear, safety equipment, and more. Whether you’re a seasoned cruiser or new to the world of yachting, the Maritimo M60 unveiling event is where you’ll want to be. View all luxury yachts currently for sale on duPont REGISTRY Discovery by clicking the link below.