Maritimo Yachts

Maritimo M50

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted June 2013

Power & Motoryacht's Boat Test of the Maritimo M50.  Adding feet and inches to an established design is a proven way to bring customers along and update a model lineup. But Maritimo has...

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Maritimo M58

By George Sass Jr. | Posted October 2012

Power & Motoryacht's boat test of the Maritimo M58. Featuring review, boat plans, specifications and final boat test numbers. Bill Barry-Cotter embraced his no-nonsense boatbuilding...

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Maritimo M58

By Kevin Koenig | Posted August 2012

The new Maritimo M58 speaks Australian, to borrow a phrase. But American boaters will lose nothing in translation. From the cockpit barbecue to the enclosed flying bridge, the M58 is a floating...

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Maritimo Aegean 55

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted October 2011

No WorriesMaritimo’s Aegean 55 succeeds by leveraging a proven formula and keeping things simple.Ever since it began building boats back in 2003, Maritimo’s been known for a laser-like focus on...

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Maritimo M53

By Kevin Koenig | Posted June 2011

Maritimo M53If the primary purpose of a yacht is to entertain, then the Maritimo M53 is a boat on a mission. At 57'8" she packs as much leisure-time punch as larger boats. Of particular note is her...

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Maritimo C47

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted August 2010

More Than Meets The EyeSometimes it’s not just about the boatYou probably assume that the most interesting part of a boat test is evaluating how she performs. Or maybe observing how accommodations...

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Maritimo 73 Motoryacht

By Capt. Grant Rafter | Posted October 2009

Biggest Yet: This Australian builder set out to create a boat that would showcase its plans for the future. Did it succeed? The launch of a new flagship is always a telling moment for a boatbuilder....

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Maritimo C60 Sports Cabriolet

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted August 2008

The only other time I can remember getting myself into something that sounded this stark-raving mad was a dozen years ago. I'd just finished wringing out a high-performance screamer, and the...

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Maritimo 48

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted October 2007

Maybe it was just the way things looked that morning around the marina at Roche Harbor Resort, a lovely little spot on the northern coast of evergreen-fringed San Juan Island just a short floatplane...

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