Maritimo have unveiled major design updates to multiple models within the M-Series flybridge motor yacht line at the 2019 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.
On display within the Maritimo on water brand experience are the latest 2019 variants of the M59 and M51 flybridge motoryachts cloaked in some significant exterior design refinements.
Elegantly integrating into the hull topsides of each vessel are all new panoramic hull side window profiles amid some other purposeful styling elements which enhance both interior and exterior form, said Maritimo’s lead designer, Tom Barry-Cotter.
“Benefiting from the integrated panoramic hull side windows are the master cabins within each vessel, which have been completely transformed by the injection of light and surrounding vistas,” he said.
The model enhancements unveiled at Sanctuary Cove are the latest innovation in an ongoing R&D strategy of design enhancements to the M-Series and S-Series lines at the direction of the expanding Maritimo Design and R&D division.
Maritimo General Operations Manager Phil Candler unveiled and announced the 2019 design updates with the news that all models within the M-Series line would undergo numerous design refinements over the course of 2019.
“Maritimo has been slowly increasing investment in design and R&D in recent years as part of a long-term growth strategy,” he said. “The expanding Design and R&D Division have been key in entering new markets, increasing sales and lengthening product lifecycles.”
“The Maritimo on water brand experience at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show reflects the brand’s recent design ideology with all boat’s on display having either premiered or undergone design enhancements within the past year.”
In addition to the new exterior features integrated into each model, the Maritimo display showcases the latest design enhancements of interior spaces with updated material palettes, cabinetry design and lighting packages all on show.
All models within the Maritimo range now also include a new sport dashboard design veiling the extent of the helm.
Tom Barry-Cotter said the updates were just one of the projects that the expanded Maritimo Design and R&D Division were in development of.
“The design and R&D team is really lifting our product to yet another level,” he said.