Seen here in Barcelona are the newly delivered yachts Maryah and Yas for the first time in MB’92. The 125 metre Maryah was intended as a research vessel for the Soviet Union, which was later converted at the Greek Elfsis shipyard into the superyacht we see today. She can accommodate up to 54 guests across her six decks, with an interior and exterior design by H2 Yacht Design. Superyacht Yas shares a similar background story, and started out as a Dutch naval vessel, which was then later moved to Abu Dhabi where she was transformed by the ADM Shipyard. She features an interior by Pierrejean Studio in France, who also designed her exterior.
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