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AB 140 AbYachts Maria Pia Oct 20

AB 140 called Maria Pia – yacht with length of 140 feet, has had its premiere few months ago. Ab Yachts is open series yacht offering great pleasure and cruising speed, while every bit of comfort is present. As we said Maria Pia is very all-around powerful yacht capable of achieving 46 mph (75 km/h).

Abyachts Maria Pia

You can safely cruise by the shallow coastal line having in mind that the draft is only 1.3m. Her figure is slim yet powerful, and it looks like it is made for speeding. Cursing speed is somewhat lower at 35 knots (70 km/h), but still exceptional. It is powered by a three MTU 16V M93 engines, each producing huge 2,400 hp. The tanks can store about 19,000 liters of fuel.

Abyachts Maria Pia

Classy interior design is designed by Guido de Groot. This yacht is made for use by 10 passengers and several crewmen serving onboard. Interior is luxury and avant-garde, and yet warm and functional at the same time. Dark tones of the furniture are present all-around the interior. There are sections decorated with quality leather, also some Mediterranean wood. Total, over 150 different combinations of interior can be chosen by the future owner.

Abyachts Maria Pia

Owner’s suite has 70 m2, in a range with a regular flat. The Yacht also has a wellness centre, complete with body building equipment. Cabins and saloons are decorated with arts from Greek artist Emi Avora and different kinds of bonsai trees.

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  1. Maria Pia has a fairly typical layout with very generous stern platform. The latter is a fantastic sea terrace with enough room for a chaise longue and sun loungers. A large port leads into the lazaretto where there’s a sauna and day toilet too. The big tender garage opens off the sides and can house a 6-metre tender and two water jets.

  2. The choice made by Maria Pia’s owner has in no way impinged upon the amount of al fresco space available as there’s a very roomy comfortable al fresco lounge forward on the main deck featuring a C-shaped sofa, two tables that can fit together to create one large one and a fridge/bar unit with grill in addition to a built-in six-person sun pad. There’s no denying it: Maria Pia really is built for cruising in the closest possible contact with the sea.

  3. Maria Pia has a fairly typical layout with very generous stern platform. The latter is a fantastic sea terrace with enough room for a chaise longue and sun loungers. A large port leads into the lazaretto where there’s a sauna and day toilet too. The big tender garage opens off the sides and can house a 6-metre tender and two water jets.

  4. The Cerri 102’ Flyingsport is the new flagship from the eponymous yard. This is a semi-custom 31.10-meter yacht which, as its name suggests, marries the sleek lines and blistering performance (40 knots) of a sporty open with all the advantages of a 28-square-metre flying bridge complete with second helm station.