AU $749,000 Need Finance?
48' 7" - 14.80m
Family, Leisure, Off-shore Fishing
South Fremantle Need Insurance?
Hull Material

Description: Maritimo 440 Offshore Convertible...... The ultimate in long range luxury as new
You will be astonished at how big this boat is when you come in through the bi fold rear doors. This boat has been managed by us since her purchase by the current owner and has had many additions and extras fitted to her in that time. In addition we have pulled down both drives and had the genuine Volvo service and upgrades done as per the service schedule, she has a brand new BRIG centre console with 30HP Honda and full covers, airconditioning is throughout the boat and there is a watermaker fitted as well for that longer stay away.

Boatservices Australia has managed this vessel for her owner as we did for the vessels prior to that, she is a Captain maintained boat that is visited every week and cleaned every two and detailed every four, polished every six months and annually pulled for her annual works. I can guarantee there is absolutely nothing to do on this boat and considering her purchase price 'PRIOR' to her additional fitout was around $960,000 she represents brilliant value at her asking price.

the options at a glance include Flybridge aft clears (Strataglass, inc. Rail covers), second helm seat, chain counter readout only, fuel gauge to helm station, flybridge carpet, bar fridge to flybridge, flybridge upholstery upgrade to Austex Decorline, flybridge dinette convert to bunk, sunroof in flybridge - electric with shade slide, teak-laid decking to cockpit and swimplatform, cockpit covering boards (unvarnished teak with covers), timber floor to saloon entry and galley, dishwasher to galley, washer/dryer combo under galley, water gauge to galley, d├ęcor packages, entertainment with 42in LCD TV mounted on saloon wall (inc. UFO TV antenna), Bose Lifestyle V25 entertainment system, flybridge speakers - Bose zone 131 marine speakers inc. Amp and remote, 4 x underwater LED lights, and Simrad NSE electronics package w/ 2 x NSE 12in screens, GS15 GPS antenna, BSM-1 sounder, AP200 Auto Pilot, B258 transducer and BR24 broadband radar

The owner is selling due to nothing other than 'its time', she is the perfect couple or family yacht that will go anywhere at almost any time

Just back in the water after her annuals makes her the cleanest and most fastidiously kept and maintained Maritimo 440 on the market today, in fact she is the only one available.

This 440 is fitted with a 42" LCD TV mounted on the saloon wall plus a Lifestyle V25 entertainment system and Bose Zone 131 marine speakers including amp and remote for the flybridge. Setting the scene for that evening cocktail party are four brand new underwater LED lights.

As far as navigation goes, a Simrad NSE package consisting of two NSE 12" screens, gs15 GPS antenna, BSM-1 sounder, B258 transducer, BR24 broadband radar is fitted.

The 11kW generator is installed with a sound shield and two 70Ah batteries for starting each engine and another two 210Ah house batteries.
An inverter (1.3kW) supplies power points in the galley, bathroom and for engine-room lighting.

Keeping it cool, the saloon is fitted with an 18,000BTU air conditioner and in the state room a 16,000BTU air conditioner head separate from the master unit.
Double bi-fold doors in the saloon bulkhead separate the galley from the cockpit and when folded to each side, a full and airy expanse is created from the transom to the forward saloon bulkhead;

The cockpit itself is a spacious work area should you wish to fish. This is helped in part by the fact that the stair case to the flybridge is unobtrusively installed inside the saloon in the aft port corner.

In the transom bulkhead a mammoth (approximately 200-litre) refrigerator is installed

A hand basin sits in the top of a corner moulding on the portside of the saloon aft bulkhead and a seat opposite is part of the superstructure on the starboard side.

The void formed under the staircase in the port aft corner of the saloon has not been wasted either, in-filled by a fridge/freezer unit which is flush-mounted in a plush timber fascia, close and handy to the galley bench that runs abeam from the starboard side.

All the necessities of a practical galley are present in the form of a four section hotplate, microwave, dishwasher and plenty of drawer space for cutlery, crockery, pots and pans.

From the galley looking forward, the expanse of the saloon is appreciated.

On the portside an L-shaped leather lounge to view the large flat screen television is positioned with one side of the lounge facing aft for those wanting to observe the cockpit.

Opposite is a leather bound dinette with polished timber angular table that may be swivelled to service a number of seating positions, and a bar cabinet is built into the starboard forward bulkhead.

Heading down the staircase into the companionway, the cabin on the starboard side hosts a wide single bunk slightly recessed under the saloon deck.

In the cabin opposite, two standard-size bunks are fitted at 90-degrees to allow more area to move around. Storage is available in a set of drawers beneath one of the bunks.

Moving forward, the main bathroom is situated on the starboard side and designed such that the maximum use of space is gained. The predominantly vivid white finish in the bathroom is broken up with the use of timber panelling and angular mirrors throw more perspective to enhance the spacious feeling when inside.

Of particular note is the design of the shower screen. While shower hobs and screens usually crucify available space in a marine bathroom, the 440 has overcome the problem with this fantastic design. Constructed in the aft corner of the bathroom, the shower screens, which consist of toughened glass, are both hinged and become the other two walls when swung into play. When not in use keeping splash at bay they are swung back against the wall and bulkhead and retained by a lever that is swung over by toe.

The available space to move around in with this concept in play is truly amazing and one has to keep reminding oneself that one is exploring a relatively small 44 footer!

The stateroom has an oval shaped island queen size bed with storage underneath. A set of drawers are built into the wall of the foot of the bed and there are high side pockets each side.

A half-height robe is situated in each aft corner of the stateroom while the door to the ensuite is situated on the portside.

Again, offset mirrors create the feeling of more space and the vanity, head and shower screen door are easily accessed.

Heading upstairs, one is met with a spacious well-designed flybridge ideal for social cruising.

The helm station is well spread out and fitted with state-of-the-art Simrad electronics and complimented by two Pompinnette chairs.

A hand basin is plumbed on the portside at the aft of a straight starboard viewing lounge while the lounge opposite is L-shaped. The area is further complimented by a fridge and bar shelves in a timber cabinet against the forward bulkhead that also houses the airconditioning outlets to cool what can be converted into another cabin

The hull has a variable deadrise deep V with moulded spray rails and a solid fibreglass bottom with cored topsides.

The main bulkheads are free-standing cored fibreglass as is the construction of the deck and flybridge.

The forward bow features a watertight collision bulkhead while the aft end is built around positive buoyancy tanks.

Propulsion is via a pair of Volvo Penta IPS 600 turbo diesel (320kW / 435bhp) engines coupled to Volvo Penta's IPS drives, that have just recently been upgraded to the latest specs

They rest on flexible engine mounts fitted to solid fibreglass bearers and are effectively muffled by acoustic insulation.

The engine room is a mechanics's dream. While the daily oil check is done via a small man hole in the forward deck of the cockpit, should you need improved access a push of a button lifts almost the entire deck on hydraulics to allow access to both engines all round. Should they need to be lifted out there is no overhead superstructure to dodge around when doing so. Plus there is a plumbed in high pressure washdown system to get the saalt off using minimal water at high pressure.

Immediately aft of the saloon bulkhead, a wide hatch opens to access the washing machine and the switch gear for shore and house power in what could be called a lazarette. A manhole in the forward wall down here allows access to the genset and other appliances such as air conditioner and water and waste storage units.

On the water she is simply brilliant, we run a lot of different vessel in our fleet and this vessel would rival most for comfort speed and economy The Volvo IPS electronic steering gives the skipper exceptional direct control on the plane and manoeuvring off the plane is as good as it gets.

While the IPS at the joystick is governed to about 1000rpm, operation it can be switched to have increased rpm capability when difficult docking is experienced. And there is always the manual throttles which would be the preferred option when game fishing. The Maritimo performs well with these also.

The power-to-weight ratio offered by the pair of 435hp engines is well balanced, with good available torque throughout the throttle range.

Ambient noise levels both in the saloon with the doors closed and in the flybridge when underway on the plane is quite acceptable and quieter than many boats of this size.

Looking through the performance statistics, WOT gives 32.3 knots with fuel usage being 167lph. With the 1800-litre tank, this equates to a range of 313nm or 5.17 litres per nautical mile.

Further study of this list shows there is no big jump in fuel consumption at any given rpm or speed, rather a steady increase.

Back to a cruise of 2500rpm and 17 knots, the fuel consumption is 82lph giving a range of 337nm or 4.81 litres per mile.

The rest of the facts and figures are as follows

Twin 435hp Volvo Penta IPS 600, full fuel and water, with four people onboard

600 3.55kts 2.4lt/h 4759nm
900 5.45kts 6lt/h 2885nm
1500 8kts 22lt/h 1145nm
2100 10.45kts 62lt/h 531nm
2500 17.05kts 82lt/h 655nm
2900 22.6kts 107lt/h 665nm
3300 28.45kts 138lt/h 649nm
WOT 32.3kts 167lt/h 609nm

Western Australia
South Fremantle
48' 7" - 14.80m
Hull Material
Engine Make
Volvo IPS
D6 IPS 600
Number Engines
Horse Power
Engine Hours
2nd Engine Hrs
400 with watermaker
6 + 1
Aft galley
Water Maker
Hotwater System
Air Conditioning
New 3.4 Brig CC with 30HP Honda
Ground Tackle
10 chain and 30 rode
Simrad NSE package consisting of two NSE 12" screens, gs15 GPS antenna, BSM-1 sounder, B258 transducer, BR24 broadband radar is fitted.
Immaculate as new vessel

Broker / Dealer
Boatservices Australia
(08) 9337 9113
Unit 1/4 Flindell Street