HOPE I is a 21-meter superyacht launched in 2008 by the Maiora shipyard and last refitted in 2020. Maiora 20S HOPE I might be the smallest yacht from the Maiora range but it is absolutely perfect. This truly elegant yacht combines classic lines with modern and sporty ones while the attractive flybridge makes the appearance of the yacht really outstanding.
HOPE I has her base port in Split, Croatia and she is available for charter in the Adriatic. A yacht charter in the Adriatic is most likely to visit Venice and its glorious splendour as well as the coast of Croatia and Montenegro. It is the most idealistic escape and alternative charter route you want to discover the beauty of the East Mediterranean.
ACCOMMODATION & DECK AREAS
HOPE I´s interior layout can comfortably accommodate up to 8 guests overnight in 4 luxurious staterooms including a Master Suite, two Double staterooms and a Twin one. All staterooms are located on the lower deck and have been designed to be not only a place to sleep but also as gracious living areas that offer plenty of privacy. When entering the salon, HOPE I welcomes her guests with a home away from home environment with remarkable attention to details and plenty of natural light through the wide windows. With no wall separating the dining area from the salon, it is quite casual to communicate and interact with each other along with the entire space. A glass sliding door aft leads out to the shaded cockpit alfresco dining area.
The generous lower deck swim platform can be used as a sunbathing area close to the water, and two staircases connect to the main deck aft where there is a sofa lining the stern, a raised table and movable chairs for alfresco dining in the shade. Side walkways lead around to the double sunbed on the foredeck. The flybridge stern section is fitted with sunbeds that have a head and backrest that lifts up to adjust for each guest's individual comfort. Beneath the amidships bimini shade there is an aft-facing corner sofa and raised table to port for casual alfresco dining, with the cabinetry opposite concealing a fridge. The helm controls are placed forward to port, leaving the rest of the area clear for exercise or observation. The lengthened transom allows direct contact with the sea, so the guests can fully enjoy their surroundings.
Built with GRP hull and superstructure and powered by two MTU engines of 1.520hp, HOPE I has a cruising speed of 24 knots and can reach a maximum of 30 knots. This yacht has more than beauty to offer. The technical contents of the yacht can certainly stand out with arrogance
HOPE I's impressive leisure and entertainment facilities make her the ideal charter yacht for socializing and entertaining with family and friends.
TENDER & TOYS
For the fun at sea, HOPE I comes equipped with a great selection of water toys including a Williams Turbojet tender, a doughnut, a seabob, snorkelling equipment, stand-up paddleboard, wakeboard and many more.