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A new look, but just as successful
The Italian shipyard Apreamare needs no introduction in yachting circles. The manufacturer is renowned for its modern version of the traditional “gozzo” with its rounded lines. With the arrival of the new Maestro series and a new flagship, the manufacturer has made an interesting shift into yachts, a new direction for the brand, although the “gozzo” style is not completely absent.
The curves are still there, but the lines are stricter, with a uniquely shaped wheelhouse covered by a flybridge. There’s no doubt about it, the Maestro range is definitely a break from the past. The transom is straighter, and can be lowered to form a bathing platform, very practical for launching the tender, which is stowed either in the cockpit deck or on the flybridge, which comprises a helm station and an open air lounge that also serves as a sundeck. There is another sundeck located just forward of the completely vertical wheelhouse windshield. Inside, the space is clearly split into two areas, starting with the saloon, comprising either two facing bench seats, or a dining table with armchairs. The galley separates this area from the helm station, and the entire indoor space is impressively bright, thanks to the many bay windows.
The cabins area also very bright, with plenty of portholes and the use of light coloured woods and wall coverings. The Maestro 65 contains no less than 3 cabins, each with private bathroom. The two spacious double cabins are found at either end of the boat. For even more sleeping capacity, there is also a four-cabin version, with two doubles and two twins.
Apreamare has opted for Man 2 x 1360 hp engines as the standard and claims a maximum speed of 33 knots. However, the model is available with less power (2 x 1 100 Man), or more, with the 2 x 1550 hp Man version offering a cruising speed of 35 knots.
More details: www.apreamare.com
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