Maritimo M59 will be showcased at the Palma Boat Show 2018


Made in Australia

Australian yard Maritimo will showcase the M59 flybridge model at the Palma Boat Show 2018.

This 18m yacht is available through Maritimo’s international sales office – Spencer Ship Monaco. Based in Monaco, the company does take care of Maritimo's export department for Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia.


The M59 is the newest member of the brand’s popular series of flybridge yachts. Like the other boats from Maritimo, she is very rigid and tough thanks to the strong and seaworthy hull and smart naval architecture.


“These boats are very easy to use and a very low maintenance”, said Craig Harvey, CEO at Spencer ship. “All the systems on board are easy to operate, standard circuit breakers for the electric systems, fully moulded engine room liners for easy clean ups. The key Maritimo features are safety at sea, spacious areas, full beam master cabin. Maritimo’s boats are semi-custom, and therefore not mass produced. In addition, the company offers the owners to come and use their new boat in Australia before it is shipped to Europe. This gives the client the chance to explore Australian waters in their own boat and they can have factory additions to the boat before it ships”.


The M59 is styled by David Stewart Design. She is a three-cabin, two-bathroom vessel with a wide beam and large back opening lazarette. Maritimo’s hallmark products are enclosed flybridges, because they provide a number of advantages. They are better for colder climates and therefore extend the boating season. For warmer climates, the air-conditioned flybridge makes a more comfortable experience.


Outside, the main deck aft of the M59 is equipped with an extra-large hydraulic swim platform and entertainment area with BBQ. A high gloss teak aft cockpit table converts to extended up/down sun and relax lounge. The cockpit can be combined with the saloon as a single large floating penthouse by closing the massive glass bi-fold doors.


She can accommodate six guests in three double cabins. Power for the standard version is provided by a pair of Volvo Penta D11 – 725 diesel engines for a maximum speed of 28 knots.