Handmade in Tuscany, with an overall length of 26 mt. the brand new Maiora yacht MIREDO radiates Italian style and panache. Her interior design resembles a Lamborghini – long, angular lines, squared corners, and simple, clean elegance. The naval architects at Maiora and the interior design team have captured the essence of modern design – basic shapes, functional lines and curves, and furnishings without decorative parts. The basic geometry of the exterior on motor yacht MIREDO flows effortlessly into the interior. Deck areas are simple, uncluttered and functional, as are all interior areas.
The main salon on the Maiora 24S yacht MIREDO is unmistakably modern. There are no loose pieces of furniture – no chairs or end tables. All seating is built into the side walls. Everything seems built for economy of form, and to serve a purpose – call it, “Modern utilitarian”. While the style is Italian, the design elements strongly hint at Euro-Scan minimalism. Wood meets white seating, with no clutter or colors to avert a person’s gaze, other than clean large light yellow pillows on the couches, with smaller grey pillows for contrast. The forward dining area in the salon is utilitarian and ultra-modern, with un-upholstered white chairs and a white dining table.
The salon is bathed in natural light, thanks to 3 large rectangular windows on each side. Curtains are recessed and hidden, and when rolled up into the ceiling there is nothing to obstruct the views of the ocean. Rich paneled wood flooring accents bleach wood walls throughout the interior. Accommodations for 8 guests are offered in 4 cabins – a large owner’s suite, a VIP double cabin, and two twin guest staterooms that can convert into doubles. The modular, modern design of the main salon seamlessly rolls into the cabins and bathrooms, with the same light bleached wood walls, and Euro-Scan appearance.
Exterior relaxation and entertainment is segmented into three distinct areas – the aft main deck, the flybridge, and the foredeck. The aft deck is consumed by a large dining table for alfresco meals. The foredeck has a small table and bench seating, and the flybridge is all about casual relaxation – with a dining table, stand-up wet bar (no seats at bar), BBQ grill, and large Jacuzzi tub surrounded by thick sun pads. In essence, guests rarely “sit” on the flybridge, but they do congregate and “lounge.”
In addition she provides a tender, inflatable toys and snorkeling gear.