Maori Yacht 54 is one mean looking tender
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To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Italian builder Maori Yachts launched a 16m tender with a mean look.
Designed by Marco Ciampa, the Maori 54 boasts aggressive and modern lines. It can seat 12 guests, ready to be shuttled in style to the mother ship.
It's also perfect for day cruises, allowing guests to enjoy the sun and the clear blue seas. The low transom makes diving stops and water sports easy for everyone.
On the deck, there is a kitchenette protected by a hardtop. Forward of the helm station and sunk into the deck is a social area that allows for more intimate division of the parties onboard during the day. Maori’s incorporation of a convertible top however similar to that used on cabriolet cars ingeniously converts this are into a versatile space. If protection is required during rough or longer transfer passages, the guests are well protected in an enclosed salon.
If overnight accommodation is required for an adventurous weekend exploring remote beaches without primary yacht, then the banquettes convert into berths and the salon becomes a cabin.
Power options include Jollydrive surface propeller with engines ranging from 650 to 800 hp provided by Volvo Penta or MAN.