Spanish shipyard Metalships has launched 59m superyacht Maybe, the largest vessel to be both built and designed in Spain.
Following her launch, Maybe has been listed for sale with Camper & Nicholsons International, and is due to set off on sea trials before debuting at next month’s Monaco Yacht Show.
The superyacht has spent more than seven years being developed, originally by yard Factoria Naval de Martin, and had her technical launch in 2009. However, financial difficulties then forced the yard into bankruptcy, before Maybe was finished.
Metalships purchased Maybe whilst she was still in-build in February 2015. Luckily her hull and systems had been kept in good condition, and so the yard was then able to proceed to a final fit-out before her launch.
Standout features on board Maybe’s three decks include a helipad and central spiral staircase, wrapped around an elevator. Accommodation is available for 12 guests across six cabins, with room for a crew of up to 16 staff.
Maybe’s naval architecture and exterior design has been completed by Acubens, with interiors completed by Toni Colom of Marcelo Penna Yacht Design. She is powered by two Caterpillar 3512B engines, able to reach a top speed of 17 knots. Her Transatlantic range is 5,000nm, cruising at a speed of 12 knots.
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