The 30.46-metre Maiora yacht Taboo of the Seas has been delivered to her owner. She’s a flybridge motor yacht from the new Maiora 30 WalkAround series and will be on display at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival and at the Monaco Yacht Show.Photo: A&B PhotodesignTaboo of the Seas features in-house naval architecture and an exterior design by the Massarossa-based shipyard, while her interior comes from the drawing boards of Fossati Design Bureau. Photo: A&B PhotodesignThe interior style brings to mind a bright and sober environment, with custom tinted oak serving as the main design theme. She also features white leather and matte brass inlays for a touch of warm neutrals onboard, with large windows allowing for abundant natural light to flood the room.Photo: A&B PhotodesignThe main deck, in particular, is a place to be, boasting a bright saloon with large sofas, a chaise longue, a coffee table, and a dining area with a table seating up to 10 guests.
The main deck is also home to the master stateroom, designed to offer a spectacular view of the sea. The master stateroom also includes a bathroom with a double sink and a vanity which can turn into a desk. A second, full-beam owner’s stateroom is located on the lower deck and boasts a generous bathroom with a double sink and walk-in closet. Two more guest staterooms on either side of the yacht come complete with en-suite bathrooms and wardrobes.Photo: A& B PhotodesignThe 30.46-metre motor yacht Taboo of the Seas also features a walk-around flybridge, which gives the model its name, for an obstacle-free use of the flybridge’s surface of approximately 110 square metres. The entire sundeck can be used for sunbathing, lounging or hosting an exclusive party - a sure success with the custom-built hot tub and professional bar. Guests can also enjoy the sunbeds which are located on the bow.Photo: YachtzooTaboo of the Seas comes equipped with a garage capable of accommodating a 4.20-metre tender.Photo: A&B Photodesign
This Maiora 30 yacht Taboo of the Seas is supplied with two diesel-electric generators and is propelled by twin CAT C32 Acert engines, giving her a combined power of 3850hp with which she can reach a top speed of up to 25 knots and cruise at 22 knots.