The solar-powered MAMY WATA, a 17.7m/58ft motor yacht by Arcadia Yachts, is a very efficient watercraft. Designed by naval architect Guida Design and built in 2017 with a GRP hull and superstructure. The accommodation beds up to four people in two en-suite cabins, with glass panelling creating a strong link between the contemporary decor and the landscape.
A luxurious aft facing sofa, a fold-out alfresco dining table, and L-shaped seating in the stern provide guests with convenient access to the stern sunpad on the main deck aft. The swim platform doubles as a sunbathing area, and a ladder allows for simple entry and exit from the water.
The crew quarters and guest quarters are located on the lower deck, and comprise of a big double stateroom and a twin cabin, both having en-suite amenities.
The main deck area has a C-shaped sofa and elevated table for meals, discussion, and hobby time, while the surrounding windows give superb views and plenty of natural light throughout the day.
A 'lovers-spot' is placed in front of the helm station on the foredeck so that visitors may enjoy the amazing views together.
MAMY WATA'S UNIQUE FEATURES INCLUDE: Solar panels that power onboard equipment; up to 20 guests for quayside parties; an excellent peak speed of 18 knots; a 1.2m/4ft draft for navigating narrow waterways; and comfortable contemporary living areas. The use of air conditioning
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