PHOTOS: A&B Photodesign Pardon the pun, but Taboo of the Seas is anything but forbidden fruit, for her owner and potential customers of Maiora. The megayacht, delivered this summer, is making her global debut at next week’s Cannes Yachting Festival, before heading on to the Monaco Yacht Show. The 99’9” (30.46-meter) yacht also has an
Summer is winding down. The kids are going back to school. That means boat-show season is about to start. A few weeks ago, we informed you of several small superyacht world premieres at the Cannes Yachting Festival. Here, we’re presenting the five biggest boats bowing there, plus one more “small” debut. Six more megayachts to
Imagine this 105-footer (32.1-meter) making fast work of getting from one popular port to another. That is the intention of the Maiora 33 FB, the latest fiberglass megayacht from Italy’s Fipa Group. Twin 2,600-hp MTUs are expected to push the Maiora 33 FB to a 24-knot cruising speed and 28-knot top speed. As is easy
The latest Maiora megayacht launched last week, a Maiora 24S model. She’s one of several already delivered in that series. Measuring 84’3” (25.7 meters) and with a 19’1” (5.81-meter) beam, the Maiora 24S is designed for style and speed. The curves of her fiberglass hull and superstructure hint at the fashion to be found inside.
Meet the latest Maiora 27 megayacht, Antarah, which launched from the Italian shipyard in mid-July. One of the most popular megayacht model lineups of the Fipa Group, the Maiora 27 measures 27 meters, or just shy of 89 feet. Since owners are welcome to customize certain elements, the owner of Antarah requested the large window