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Maiora 27 best represents the philosophy of the Viareggio shipyard. Great in the arrangement of spaces, it provides superior performance combined with a unique and incomparable FIPA group style. Her solid and perfect lines huddle in an aggressive bow, which makes her sporty, and at the same time gives her a refined and elegant silhouette, suitable for all those who like to making long cruises in the utmost comfort.

This Maiora 27 represents at her best the philosophy of the Tuscan Shipyard. Her continuous and perfect lines tend to join together in an aggressive foredeck, that makes her sporty but at the same time gives her an elegant and refined silhouette, suitable for those people who love spending long cruises characterized by top comfort. The

technology on board is cutting edge and at Owner’s and crew service. The Yacht Controller, for the boat’s hand-free manoeuvring; the FLIR night-vision-camera in order to see at night or in adverse conditions and the “iPad friendly” management of the vessel are just an easy example.

While the entertainment for the free time of the Owner is granted by the presence of a jet ski located astern of the flying bridge and a tender as well, located below the fore superstructure with hatch and crane, both extremely easy to use through the comfortable cranes that manage the move out at sea.

The exteriors are very well done and, at these levels, the details are what makes the difference and makes the boat more attractive. The handrail made of natural teak wood that embraces the whole vessel is a finishing that gives you the chance to appreciate all the lines.

The cockpit is so spacious and finely equipped to be enjoyed as a second living room for those people who prefer the en plein air life. Furthermore, the full relaxation is granted by the presence of music, in the cockpit area and on the flying bridge, broadcast by the salon with BOSE audio system.

In the galley, the different minimalist dispositions of volumes join together in order to fully live the daily life aboard. It is a very well designed space and efficiently divided where it is easy to find all that you need.

The simplicity of the lines and the alternation of materials cover the structure of the wheelhouse which becomes a real design object. The hi-tech instruments and the ergonomic sitting, together with TV in the dinette area and connected to the TVCC system, grant a total quality, in terms of navigation.

The interiors are all characterized by high quality details and functionalities. Like for instance, the internal access stairs to the flying bridge made of stainless steel withRoman Shade curtains in the salon and in the master’s cabin. In the salon, besides the 42” TV, the semi-glossy maple parquet on the floor and the ceilings made of Ivory

Ultraleather and the four-zone-entertainment BOSE Lifestyle 48 system (fly, salon, cockpit and foredeck areas) are worthy to be mentioned. In every guests’ cabin there are 20”TV, apart from the aft portside guests’ cabin in which a 26”TV is installed. While in the Master’s cabin there is an incredible built-in (even though it would be better to say

“behind-built”) 42”TV in the wardrobe, working as a (dark) mirror once it is turned off or as a superb cinema screen when switched on.

The bathroom areas are refined, the choice of valuable materials and ton sur ton combinations make these tiny ambient, a top-level-luxury space to be lived in the most absolute privacy. The right mix of design and functionality in the bathrooms is marked by the use of Yellow Egyptian type marble with sandblasted finishing and sinks made of stainless steel. On the flying bridge there are no limits! With a total space of about 35 sq.m.: elegant teak on the floor; the piece of furniture dedicated to the lounge bar and more similar to a real second galley (completely equipped with cooking top made of Corian, fridge, dishwasher, a sink and the grill top); 42”-pop-up-system TV, located within the back seat of the sunbed; the Jacuzzi tub with covering that could be easily turned into a spacious sunbed.

A vessel which seems to follow the sober philosophy kept by FIPA GROUP during the last 30 years to build something valuable in the long term and to give a physical soul to the Owners’ dreams.

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