Designed by the renowned architecture firm VPLP (winner in 2010 of the prestigious Manley-Bendall Prize by the French Naval Academy and winner of the "1999 Most Innovative Superyacht" and designer of the best racing yachts in the world) the catamaran MAITA'I (ex CHE) was given a full technical and design refit by its new owner in 2011.
The cruising catamaran MAITA'I has unique style, which is modern and sophisticated. On board, the collection of original works of art sets the tone. Paintings, sculptures and furniture designs of Alexander Calder, Auguste Herbin, Martha Botto, Philippe Stark and Ross Lovegrove are complimented with modern applications such as iPads & iPods in the cabins and the salon, a Wii games console, large screen television and DVD player with 300 movies available in each cabin. Bed and bath linens and accessories come from the House of Hermès, the crystal stemware from Baccarat, and cutlery from Christofle. Every detail has been considered to create a high level of quality, beauty and style on board the catamaran MAITA'I. In addition to her style, sailing catamaran MAITA'I is an amazingly adaptable boat: the double beds convert into single beds, one double cabin becomes a cabin for three teenagers, the tables can be made larger or smaller depending on the guests’ needs, and the dining room can be inside or outside on the fly bridge for a 360 ° outside view. The master suite offers a large dressing room, study and bathroom with a Hansgrohe rainShower and white Corian washbasins. Guests will find it impossible to be bored with the numerous water toys on board, which include: an inflatable 10’ sailing cat, wakeboard, water skis, diving equipment, kneeboard, floats. Navigation is not forgotten, and the cruising catamaran MAITA'I has new Hydranet sails and spectra lines. All of the equipment is at the forefront of technology.