Blending performance, elegance and comfort, AMAYA was designed to offer peace and tranquillity while at sea. Launched by Maiora in 2001 and now boasting a number of updates, she is in her best condition yet and, next year, will be based in Poltu Quatu on Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda.
Open for day charters as well as extended vacations, she is the perfect platform for exploring the yachting hotspot, from the scenic La Maddalena Archipelago to the upscale drinking and dining scene of Porto Cervo.
Guaranteed to be a popular daytime hangout on any yacht charter is the flybridge. Here guests can bask in the sunshine on teak loungers, unwind on sun pads and enjoy a casual lunch or cocktails in the seating area, all while taking in beautiful panoramas of the region.
To get closer to the ocean, charterers can head down to the swim platform. Large enough for water-side relaxation, it also provides easy access to the exciting water toy collection.
At the end of the day, charterers on the motor yacht can sip sundowners on the main deck aft before feasting on a delicious gourmet dinner cooked by the expert resident chef.
AMAYA is the perfect platform for exploring the yachting hotspot, from the scenic La Maddalena Archipelago to the glamourous Porto Cervo
Also wowing on board superyacht AMAYA is the luxurious interior. Oak-coloured panelling and joinery combine with a neutral colour palette for a refined yet laid-back look.
In the main salon, deep sofas tempt guests to take a seat while a dedicated bar area and professional sound system create an ideal party atmosphere. A table further forward is on hand for formal dinners and a widescreen TV ensures the salon can also serve as somewhere to unwind with the family.
At night, guests can retreat to one of five en-suite staterooms, including a master suite, two double cabins, one twin cabin and one single cabin with a pullman berth. Up to 10 guests can sleep on board.