Maiora 39

by Fipa Italiana Yachts

Flowing curves and sinuous shapes. All the right elements for glamour. Inside this bewitching exterior lies the magical beauty of an enthralling interior décor that creates an intriguing atmosphere of subdued, sophisticated tones punctuated by brilliant accents. Rather less visible, the pure energy of perfect technology. Fipa Italiana Yachts is the dynamic firm that succeeded in uniting three prestigious Italian brand names – Maiora, AB Yachts, and Cbi Navi – into the Fipa Group, the ultimate expression of exclusiveness and absolute luxury in the luxury yacht sector. With Maiora, a firm with over three decades of experience in the construction of high class vessels, Fipa Italiana Yachts now boasts a complete range of motor yachts based on numerous yet diverse models, starting with a length of twenty metres. At the end of September 2008, the Maiora shipyard will be at the 18th Monaco Yacht Show, this time for the première of the Maiora 38 dp; here instead, we present the newest jewel in the Maiora crown – the Maiora 39 dp, the new exclusive flagship of the prestigious dp line, which translates into two decks, in addition to the fly bridge naturally, and a raised pilothouse. As with all the other yachts produced by this Italian shipyard, this 39-metre beauty will not go unnoticed, not only for her imposing dimensions, but also for her modern profile marked by smooth, clean lines that express both elegance and dynamism.
Solid tradition and technical innovation meet in this magnificent motor yacht, capable of combining extraordinary comfort and luxury with maximum safety and high speed, guaranteeing all the necessary onboard functions as well as satisfying both the formal and informal needs of an individual’s lifestyle. “Why Worry” is the first of the new Maiora 39 dp flagships to set sail, created expressly to fulfil the desires of its Owner. To do so, “Why Worry” has perfectly honed exterior and interior detail to pamper the bodies and minds of the guests with spacious and comfortable accommodations that make the best of the already ample volumes and extensive surfaces this yacht has to offer. The incredibly vast settings for outdoor living in contact with the sea were conceived to get the most out of cruising pleasure, with an immense fly bridge and a large cockpit from which two lateral stairways wind down to the swimming platform, a real private beach where guests can enjoy a variety of sports. The interior decor was conceived and customised to fulfil the aesthetic dreams of the yacht’s Owner, who wanted soft and delicate hues to create a homey and cosy sense of wellbeing and comfort. The combination of colours and lighting produces a particularly surprising effect: walls and furnishings are in light oak to contrast with the dark wengè flooring and offset the white leather ceilings. A curious counterpoint is added wherever the charming reflections of polished steel trim meet the alluring transparencies of frosted glass. Each interior is imbued with a plush sense of delicacy, diffused by the candour of the carpeting and the upholstery of the divans, enhanced by the lively welcome offered by the brightly coloured fabrics of the decorative pillows: white and bougainvillea, light yellow and cream, brown and silver. [...]

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