Maranatha is a 120 ft. CRN built in Ancona Italy that underwent a complete refit in 2003. This steel hulled extremely spacious vessel gives such a smooth ride you hardly notice she is moving. For those who want to protect themselves from the sun, this vessel offers plenty of shade, where you can be part of everything without risking sunburn, as well as several areas, including a dedicated sundeck, for the sun worshippers in your group. This tri-deck yacht has everything you need for maximum enjoyment out in the water, including two three seater Yamaha wave runners, a center console fishing boat, six man dinghy, two stand up paddle boards, snorkel gear, wake board, water trampoline, beach tent and even yoga mats. The aft deck with its large black granite table with sitting for ten is the place where people gravitate towards to spend time together, fully shaded with ice-maker, music and even a Nespresso machine; this is the ideal place to take meals al fresco.
The salon is comfortable and features attractive artwork, cozy reading corner, multiple board games and satellite T.V. just of the salon is the formal dining table for eight set in a beautiful wood inlay floor. Forward of the large, well equipped galley is the master suite, which has a separate sitting area, desk and large bathroom featuring a marble Jacuzzi tub. On the lower deck forward are two guest cabins one with a queen bed and the other with twin bunks both have an extra sofa bed. Aft is a large full beam guest room with a king size bed and a sofa sleeper. This state room is a recent addition and is tastefully furnished and features a wood paneled ceiling. This state room leads to the shaded mid-deck which is set up with comfy oversized couches, a few steps up from this deck takes you to the sun-moon deck which affords unobstructed views of the ocean, perfect for star gazing or taking in the sun. Guest on board tend to migrate here around sunset to enjoy cocktails and listen to music.
The light fishing takes place aboard the center console, using the Maranatha as a mothership.
Available upon request
Not available for cruise ship passengers.