The Maltese Falcon is a vessel that can truly be said to have revolutionized the world of superyachts. Launched in Italy in 2006 by Perini Navi, she has retained her revolutionary status ever since. Her three massive rotating masts each supports up to five sails and power the yacht to a speed in excess of 24 knots, while she cruises at 16 knots. At 88 meters, she is one of the fastest sailing superyachts in the world: a fully breathtaking beast in performance.
As well as being a frequent champion on the regatta circuit - Maltese Falcon won both the Corinthian spirit class and the overall Perini Navi Cup in 2018 - she is also one of the most comfortable sailing yachts. Maltese Falcon can accommodate up to 12 guests in six luxurious suites, including a full beam master and five double cabins. Two of the double cabins convert into enormous VIP suites and feature exquisite art deco interior. With interiors and exteriors designed by Ken Freivokh, the yacht features a certain timeless elegance. The use of various materials on-board creates a cinematic interior, with extensive use of carbon, aluminum, walnut and Macassar ebony throughout. Among her most notable features is the outdoor cinema, projecting directly on the lowest sail of the foremast.
In addition, Maltese Falcon also comes with a huge array of toys and tenders, including two 10 meter ribs, a sailing dinghy, stand up paddleboards, two jet skis and plenty of towable toys. As a result of all of these amenities and her stunning interiors, she has become one of the most popular large sailing yachts for charter, almost rivaling motor yachts.