Project Maia is the latest release from Heesen Yachts. It is a 50 metre steel hulled, full displacement motoryacht that falls under the 500 GT level. The interiors have been designed by Reymond Langton, and the exteriors by Clifford Denn.
The Maia will encompass a scope of 3,800 nm at cruising speed of 12 knots. It is powered by two MTU 1,000 kW engines that allow it to reach a top speed of 15 knots.
The seamless deployment of the tenders on the fore deck make room for a lavish beach club that comprises of a lively sound system, sauna, and bar. In terms of accommodation the motoryacht can house ten guests in five staterooms. There are four guest suites and a master suite on the main deck forward.
The grilles on the main deck behind the fashion plates contribute to its modern allure. The rounded silhouettes combined with the trademark reversed sheer line Heesen pelican bow create a sporty yet everlasting appearance. Furthermore, the homey and sophisticated design amalgamate to form an opulent private yacht than can also accommodate charter guests. Post exhaustive sea trials in the North Sea Maia will be available for delivery in 2018.