Apreamare’s new Maestro 66 to get twin IPSs...

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Apreamare’s new Maestro 66 to get twin IPSs...

Design

She replaces the original 65.

JANUARY 2011

Italy’s Apreamare has unveiled the first renderings of the new Maestro 66, which has been designed in association with Rome-based Zuccon International Project. She is to replace the first of the breed, the Maestro 65.
Open flybridge and hardtop versions will be available. Hull No1 will be launched in March.
Standard propulsion will be twin Volvo Penta IPS-3 1050s, which will deliver a cruising speed of 26 knots and a maximum speed of 30 knots.
Based in Torre Annunziata on the Gulf of Naples, and part of the Ferretti Group until a year ago, Apreamare specializes in the Mediterranean ‘gozzo’ cruiser. The company now belongs to the original Aprea and Pollio families once again. Two ranges are on offer – the classic gozzos from 8.5-19.5m (28-64ft) and the Maestros from 15.5-25m (51-82ft).

For more, www.apreamare-yacht.com

© Phil Draper