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First look on board superyacht Maidelle

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Merle Wood & Associates and Burgess are offering superyacht Maidelle for sale, and have just released the first interior photos. The 62 metre Maidelle, previously known as project Midlandia, is the third superyacht built and launched by the shipyard in the North of Holland. She follows superyachts Icon, and Baton Rouge.

Maidelle is close to completion, the interior team of Icon yachts is installing the final elements of her interior. Like her sistership Icon, Maidelle's exterior is designed by Redman Whiteley & Dixon. She features an interior design Cristiano Gatto Design, a first for Icon Yachts.

I visited the yacht last week at the yard in Harlingen, and discovered that the designers used a luxurious array of woods, including mahogany, rosewood, ebony and walnut and canaletto, all with a high gloss finish.

She offers spacious accommodations for 12 guests in 6 suites, and amongst her highlights are a large beach club, and a main deck veranda, featuring an inside-outside bar area.

Maidelle is for sale, asking € 55,000,000.

Merle Wood & Associates
Thom Conboy
+1 954 525 5111
[email protected]
www.merlewood.com

Burgess
+44 20 7766 4300
[email protected]
www.burgessyachts.com

By Maarten Janssen

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