The new 59 metre vessel from Spanish shipyard MetalShips was launched just four days ago, SYT can exclusively reveal. Known only as Project Y102 throughout her build, her name has been revealed as Maybe, and marks the largest superyacht ever to be both designed and built in Spain.
Designed by Acubens Naval Architects, with interiors by Toni Colom of Marcelo Pena Yacht Design, she is a sleek trans-Pacific motor yacht, offering a sense of adventure for her guests.
The story behind Spain’s largest superyacht is an interesting one, with construction originally beginning several years ago in 2008 at the fellow Spanish yard Factoria Naval de Marin. Following several unfortunate project cancellations, the company were forced to file for bankruptcy and the project was subsequently put on hold. MetalShips purchased the vessel in Spring 2015 and proceeded with construction following her sale.
Maybe will be on display at the upcoming edition of the Monaco Yacht Show with Camper & Nicholsons, from 28th September to 1st October.
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