The Maestro 40 does it all and does it well. Her layout is spacious, comfortable with a luxurious feel. The cockpit is large enough for competitive sailing or entertaining or an afternoon siesta. This Maestro has a dark green hull, teak decks and shows great.
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Beginning at the bow there is the Forward Cabin with a large V Berth. A hanging locker to starboard and a large storage cabinet to port with a change shelf above plus a practical cabin length shelf on each side of the berth provides a place for everything. There are luxurious teak ceiling strips on the hull sides. The cabin is well lit and ventilated with 4 lights, a large opening hatch, a 12V fan and a dorade.
Next, aft is the spacious and easy to get around Salon with facing Settees and a center-line table with drop leaves and wine and dinnerware storage. Each settee pulls out a couple of inches making really comfortable single berths. A combination of cabinets and shelving above the settees that also house a flat screen TV on the starboard side plus additional storage lockers behind the settee's back rests. The Saloon is well lit and ventilated with 4 lights, a large opening hatch, a 12V fan and a dorade. This is a very comfortable saloon!!!
Aft on starboard is the "L" shaped Galley with deep, double sinks, 12V refrigeration, and a 2 burner, propane stove/oven. There is lots of working space on the corian counters and real storage under and above the counters in a variety of cabinets drawers and shelves. There is even a clever counter access to a trash bin.
The Nav Station & Electric Panel are across on the starboard side. A very comfortable forward facing desk and bench chair put you within easy reach of VHF, Stereo and Radar & Chartplotter display. Again, lots of storage with 4 drawers under the desk plus a bin for all the "stuff" you always need at your fingertips.
Ventilation and light in the nav/galley area provided by 5 lights, 2 opening ports and 2 dorades.
The centerline Companionway separates the Head on starboard from the private Quarter berth on port. The hinged 4 step companionway rises easily with 2 struts for engine and generator access. The generator is also accessed through the aft cabin.
The large Head with forward facing electric commode also has corian counters and beautiful cabinets above and below the counter incorporating a large hanging locker as well. There is an opening port and an electric exhaust system.
The private Quarter Berth is large enough for a couple. A dressing chair at the entrance has a combination cabinet with one side of shelving and a hanging locker on the other. There are 2 ports, 12V Fan, three reading lights. It has its own AC System.
The long, safe and comfortable Cockpit has no-maintenance Companionway Cafe Doors making it very easy getting in and out of LoonASea. There is plenty of seating for sailing, entertaining and napping. A very large Destroyer Wheel is cleverly recessed below the deck to allow both forward vision and an easy reach from the side coaming of the cockpit. There is plenty of room to stand behind the wheel. All lines are led aft from the mast under the spray hood and cockpit coaming to their rope clutches and on to the aft cockpit winches. The primary winches sit over that coaming. She has a deep locker on starboard and 4 smaller lockers across the transom. Lots of practical deck storage.
The Maestro 40 has a hand laid Fiberglass Hull and Deck with Divinycell coring. She has teak decks including cockpit, swim platform and coamings vacuum bagged with only the margin planks screwed in place. The Toerail is Aluminum with roller chocks in the end fittings.