DAMEN YACHTING Specifications
Name: SCINTILLA MARIS
Type: Motor Yacht
Year Built: 1988
Hull Material: Steel
Length: 45.6m / feet
Beam: 9 / 29.53 feet
Max Draft: 5.1 / 16.73 feet
Gross Tonnage: 499
Cruising Speed: 9 knots
Max Speed: 12 knots
Sleeps: 10
Staterooms: 5
Crew: 9
Exterior Design: Damen Maaskant
Interior Design: Vripack
Flag: Marshall Islands
Location: Netherlands, Hellevoetsluis

DAMEN YACHTING SCINTILLA MARIS Yacht for Sale

EUR 19,250,000

The 45.6m (149.6ft) SCINTILLA MARIS is a lovingly converted ocean-going trawler with a RINA-classed thickened steel hull, outstanding seakeeping and IMO Tier III-compliant hybrid propulsion giving her a 9,000nm range. Built by Damen Maaskant in 1988 and converted by the same Dutch yard in 2023, her contemporary Vripack interiors are naturally lit by 30 decklights.

During an extensive four-year rebuild, SCINTILLA MARIS was stripped down to bare steel, fully modernised and rebuilt in the owner’s vision. Maintaining her original exterior lines shows off her heritage, while a step into the interior and technical spaces reveals a fully modernised expedition yacht capable of extensive autonomous cruising.

She welcomes 10 guests in five cabins as well as nine crew. All cabins are located on the lower deck, with four guest cabins forward. Aft is a massive full-beam owner’s cabin aft featuring huge ceiling heights and large skylights, bringing ample natural light into her warm interior.

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SCINTILLA MARIS

Originally delivered in 1988 by the Dutch shipyard Maaskant, SCINTILLA MARIS is a 45.6m (149.6ft) full-custom rebuilt expedition yacht with a thickened steel hull built to RINA classification. During an extensive four year rebuild at Damen Maaskant, SCINTILLA MARIS was stripped down to bare steel, fully modernised and rebuilt in the owner’s vision. Maintaining her original exterior lines shows off her heritage, while a step into the interior and technical spaces reveals a fully modernised expedition yacht capable of extensive autonomous cruising with a 9,000nm range at nine knots.

Naval architecture and exterior design is by Damen Maaskant, with the new interior designed by Dutch studio Vripack. SCINTILLA MARIS was conceived and optimised for long distance ocean-going performance. Her newly designed hybrid-electric propulsion and harbour generator were installed to comply with Tier-III regulations, reduce the yacht’s footprint and minimise noise and vibration.

SCINTILLA MARIS delivers incredible views from her sun deck. Underneath the protective hardtop, there is an al fresco dining area complete with BBQ station and full-service bar. On the bridge deck there is a heated Portuguese bridge in front of the wheelhouse with a thermostatic seating area that uses heat recovered from the generators, and aft there are teak-laid banquettes facing fore and aft. Midships on the main deck the hull plating was reconfigured to provide direct access to the water on both port and starboard sides, giving guests an intimate connection with the ocean and ease of access to and from the water.

Inside the bridge deck is an intimate lounge with U-shaped seating and direct access to the helm station. The completely reconfigured bridge has been fully modernised and serves as both a highly technical operating space and a comfortable place for guest observation during long cruises.

The main deck has a welcoming open galley, concepted as a relaxed gathering space for meals and post-exploration lounging. Forward the main deck lounge is a warm and welcoming seating area for guests with forward views.

She welcomes 10 guests in five cabins as well as nine crew. All cabins are located on the lower deck, with four guest cabins forward. Aft is a massive full-beam owner’s cabin aft featuring huge ceiling heights and large skylights, bringing ample natural light into her warm interior.