MAOYA CNB Bordeaux | From EUR€ 26,000/wk

23m sailing yacht with excellent performance and modern design

MAOYA CNB Bordeaux | From EUR€ 26,000 /wk

Sailing MAOYA is an outstanding vessel offering great performance and modern design. She was built by CNB Bordeaux in 2020 and measures 23.16m (76'). Her comfortable and inviting interiors by Jean-Marc Piaton & Rafael Bonnet sleep up to 8 guests in 3 cabins and she also has a professional crew of 3.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF MAOYA: ~Up to 24 guests for dockside events ~Yoga, meditation and Reiki treatments on request ~Plenty of sunbathing space ~Warm modern interiors ~Versatile accommodation ~Great selection of water toys ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi


Above deck, the cockpit offers plenty of seating and tables for alfresco dining in the sunshine, and a bimini can be erected to provide shelter from the midday heat. Farther aft, the transom door folds down to become a swim platform over the water, while the foredeck provides plenty of space for sunbathing, exercise such as yoga, and a place to watch passing wildlife.


MAOYA Specifications

Type/Year:CNB Bordeaux/2020 
Beam:6.09m (20') 
L.O.A.:23.16m (76') 
Max Speed:12 knots 
Engines:Volvo Penta D4 - 180 HP 
Cruise Speed:9 knots 

Below deck, the bow section contains one of the crew bunks, followed by the guest accommodation forward of amidships. A set of steps leads into the salon, where there is a sofa on the starboard side while the port wall is lined with a C-shaped sofa and elevated table ideal for the whole group to dine together. A stairway leads up to the cockpit, and another down to the port crew cabin and starboard galley. The stern contains the tender, thereby freeing up deck space.

A Volvo Penta D4 of 180 HP grants a top speed of 12 knots and a cruising speed of 9 knots.

Yacht Charter Accommodation

The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 8 guests over 3 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 1 double cabin convertible for 3 guests and 1 twin bunk cabin convertible for 3 guests. The Master suite is forward on the lower deck and is furnished with a queen-sized bed, widescreen TV, ample storage and an en-suite bathroom with a sink, toilet and shower. The double cabin has a queen-sized bed convertible to two twin singles, and a Pullman berth above. The en-suite bathroom comes with a sink, toilet and shower. The bunk cabin has a lower berth convertible to a double, and the en-suite bathroom provides a sink, toilet and shower. The professional crew of 3 will provide excellent service throughout every guest's stay.

Charter Amenities and Extras

Tenders & Toys: ~ Williams Turbo Jet Tender 100hp - for 6 guests - 3m95 ~ Water-ski: 1 adults (bi & mono) / 1 for kid (bi & mono) ~ Wakeboard: 1 for adult and 1 for kid (size 37 to 44) ~ Wakeskate ~ 2 Paddles SUP ~ Kayak ~ Towing Ring: Jobsea ESTA for 3 ~ Noodles ~ Fishing equipment ~ Snorkeling equipment for 8 ~ Rendez-vous diving on request ~ Beach games ~ Deck shower and swim platform, bimini and sun awning, sun bathing cushions, beach towels.

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MAOYA Enquiry

EUR€ 26,000 - 28,500/wk

"Indeed we believe that the first function of a sailing yacht is the aesthetics and we spent a lot of time in refining the lines during the project." - "I understood very young that to win a race you have to have the best boat, and so I started to be interested about the technology and the design of the boat." - Philippe Briand

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