At 27.43m (89.99ft), the Maiora 27 CUDU was purpose-built in 2008 for luxury charter in the Mediterranean, then thoroughly refitted in 2014 to bring her amenities and aesthetics up to charter guest expectations for cruising the Greek islands. Voted an outstanding yacht of the 2017 Greek Charter Show by Luxury Charter Group Team.
CUDU sleeps up to 10 guests in four staterooms, each with an ensuite.
CUDU is characterised by tasteful, serene interior décor with a palette of bamboo timber, white leather, grey details and marine-themed decorative pieces. The spacious saloon and ample outdoor spaces on the top and aft deck and state of the art AV equipment throughout make CUDU the ideal charter vessel for entertaining.
The upper sundeck has sunpads for soaking up some rays, or you can recline in the shade under the large bimini, with bar, barbeque, lounge area and table. The bow too has a perfect position for sun-lovers to enjoy the salt air while underway at 25 knots, or at anchor.
The aft deck is ideal for dining undercover and with splendid view on all sides. From here, dual stairways access the large swim platform which makes for easy access to the sea.
For guests wishing for a more active charter, CUDU comes fully equipped with an assortment of watertoys such as jet RIB tender, tow toys, snorkelling equipment, waterski, wakeboard and fishing gear.
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