It is good to see technology giving due consideration to Mother Earth. Being quite a popular trend nowadays in the yacht market, the developers and manufacturers are laying more and more emphasis on reducing carbon footprints. That said, we are very much aware of the little fact that those interested in the sea faring way of life are still majorly governed by the technical specs and luxuries (in the highest order) offered by the mega boat, though they too would love to do all that with a clean and green conscience.
This time it is Gino Gandino and Carlo Mezzera who have collaborated with famous naval architect Javier Casabé. The result? The magnificent 60m Maximus megayacht was born. At a special unveiling ceremony, the concept of this five-deck steel/aluminum motoryacht was presented. The audience was quite smitten by the idea and folks are already anxiously waiting to get their hands on one of these.
Promising a full-load displacement of 950 tonnes and gives a cruising speed of 14 knots and a top speed of 16.5 knots. The Maximus looks like a dream and will definitely let all your whims and fancies have a ball of their own!