The exquisite MARAE has just had another price reduction and is now asking USD 4.95M.
Built by the world-renowned New Zealand super yacht builder Alloy Yachts in 2004, the award-winning MARAE offers her guests comfort and versatility whether under canvas or anchored in shallow waters. Her Ted Fontaine design captures the essence of a classic sailing yacht while incorporating the spaciousness and engineering of a much larger yacht. She won the International Super Yacht Design Award in 2004 and was the winner of the Best Sailing Yacht award as well, which reflects her clever design.
The private owner's cockpit offers privacy and direct access to the bathing platform, making it an ideal place to enjoy an intimate breakfasts after a morning swim.
The covered cockpit features comfortable shaded dining, U-shaped seating and drop-down side windows.
The upper salon has a comfortable seating area along with a spacious bar perfect for entertaining guests. Newly upholstered sofas can be found in the lower salon along with a secondary interior dining table.
Guest accommodation consists of three cabins, a twin with pullmans, a double and master cabin that are all en suite, sleeping a total of 8 guests.
The crew area consists of a crew mess and two crew cabins to accommodate up to 4 crew.
After undergoing a refit in both 2009 and 2014, MARAE features new paintwork, the latest in entertainment systems, new guest amenities and toys, and new systems to ensure a faultless and unsurpassed luxury yacht experience.
Range of 2,700 nm at 10 knots
Lloyd's classification; built and maintained to MCA standards
1 x 5m Williams 505 turbo jet tender
2 x 300hp Lugger diesel engines type 6108A2
A galley refit was carried out along with interior updates, including new custom artwork in April 2013
In summer 2014, a full repaint was carried out
In 2018 a new Doyle Stratis-Ice Jib and Staysail were added to the wardrobe