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Established: 2003
Located: Queensland, Australia
Construction: Fiberglass
Category: Luxury Motor Yachts, Long Range Luxury Motor Yachts
Worth Noting: Maritimo is the only Australian production boat builder to hold 9001 ISO accreditation.
In 2003, Bill Barry-Cotter established Maritimo Yachts, Australian’s Long Range Luxury Motoryachts, in Queensland, Australia.
A powerboat racer and legendary boat builder with 40 years of experience, Bill’s inspiration for Maritimo came from the Australian’s aquatic lifestyle and unique coastlines.
Maritimo Yachts are styled by David Stewart Design. Each yacht is strategically optimized for space with ample storage, wide walk around decks, beautifully crafted internal staircases on all flybridge models, and readily accessible service compartments.
Maritimo’s fleet ranges from 32 to 81 feet with 17 separate models across six different lines: Cruising Motor Yachts, Sedan Cruisers, Offshore Convertibles, Sports Cabriolets and Mustangs, and Sport Yachts.
Dean Anthony specializes in helping clients buy and sell used Maritimo Yachts for sale.
Buying Your Maritimo Yacht: Dean Anthony offers you the entire Maritimo Yachts MLS results, including listings of other yacht brokers, even Maritimo Yachts located outside the country. You will find used Maritimo yachts for sale.
Selling Your Current Maritimo Yacht: Dean Anthony would love to help you sell your Maritimo Yacht! With a team of licensed yacht brokers in locations worldwide, Dean Anthony is ready to provide your Maritimo Yacht with true national exposure. Dean Anthony’s comprehensive Maritimo Yachts email and web marketing programs will provide your Maritimo Yacht with global exposure in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Australia.

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