|Listing Id||5085571||Length||62.00 Feet|
|Model||60 Cruising Motoryacht||Engine Type||Caterpillar|
|Hull Style||Single||Hull Type||Fibreglass|
Maritimo 60 Cruising Motoryacht .
This is hull number 18 of the original Maritimo M60 design and is the legacy of a great award winning period in Australian Boat building that fast tracked Maritimo to the exclusive brand it is today.
The hull, has a huge beam of 5.6M which gives you huge volume throughout the whole vessel.
Hydraulic swim platform plus davit crane to foredeck, which allows for 2 tenders or add a Jetski to the hydraulic platform for the ultimate setup.
The cockpit is very spacious with an aft entertainment unit and customised aft lounge, including the Stainless Steel BBQ and Eutectic Fridge/Freezer plus storage. Then below the 2 x huge cockpit Lazaretto hatches is an abundance of space for storage.
The engine room is enormous making maintenance a pleasure, with 1 x 17.5kw generator, 2 x C18 1000HP Caterpillars, 4 x house batteries, 4 x start batteries and molded engine bearers.
The galley has all Gaggenau appliances which only the original M60's had. All of the appliances, the fridge/freezer, cooktop and range hood present in excellent condition. There is also a Flush mounted franke bin on the corian bench.
Up in the Flybridge is a forward helm configuration with 2 helm chair next to the single bucket helm chair for the driver. Aft of the helm is an entertaining area which continues out to the massive rear Flybridge balcony deck. Another great feature, unique to the original M60 is the fwd Flybridge opening, which has teak steps leading down onto the foredeck. Very functional for anchoring and also lets great air flow through the Flybridge at rest.
Cruising in the M60 is truly legendary. She is a 19M boat that can burn around 9 litres per nautical mile at 20 knots. The large fuel tank will let you travel 650NM at that speed. A true Long range Motoryacht which has taken many to NZ, a couple to Noumea and Vanuatu and also one owner, circumnavigated Australia in his M60.
The Cabins are spacious with a port master and en-suite, spacious bunk room and a forward cabin with acting en-suite to the day head.
This is an optimum vessel , you really need to come and view to understand the quality and presentation.