MARAYA punches well above her length when it comes to offering space and premium features to her charter guests. From her five deck spaces in which to unwind or entertain to her unusually sizeable selection of watersports toys and equipment, she has everything you could wish for on a first-class getaway.
Start your day with a reviving fresh juice on the master suite’s private balcony, followed by a delicious breakfast prepared by MARAYA’s chef just the way you like it, seated at the vast table on the upper deck aft with its elevated views of the surroundings.
The sun deck cannot be beaten as a sanctuary of calm, with its abundance of sunloungers, sun pads and jacuzzi. Perhaps a mid-morning break for coffee or mimosas is called for, in the comfortable shaded seating area of the main deck aft. Before lunch, the captain moves MARAYA to a new anchorage for the afternoon’s activities, so head to the Portuguese bridge for an exhilarating spot to take in the changing scenery, or curl up in the main deck lounge with a good book for a little solo time.
An informal lunch is served on the sun deck, in the shade of the hardtop roof. Then it is time to take to the water on MARAYA’s dizzying array of watersports toys. As well as typical options like wakeboards, kayaks and jetskis, MARAYA has a number of unusual ones for energetic guests. Spirited sailors might want to hop in the pair of racing catamarans, or you could try your hand at kitesurfing, jump on the racing flyboard and hoverboard, or dive underwater to test your skills on the Subwing towable board. The friendly deck crew are on hand to show you the ropes.
Retire to your room to dress for dinner. MARAYA’s master suite is a haven of tranquillity, with its own study and zen-like bathroom as well as the private balcony, which offers the perfect spot for a romantic sundowner. On the lower deck, a VIP suite, two doubles and two twin cabins with pullman berths can be found. Having had a full refresh in 2018, MARAYA’s luxurious interior is wheelchair friendly and features an elevator serving the lower to upper decks; her zero speed stabilisers ensure guests enjoy a calm, roll-free experience at anchor.
The sun having set, enjoy an al fresco dinner on the upper deck looking out over the twinkling lights of the bay or, for a more private setting, head to the formal dining room on the main deck where you will delight in the chef’s contemporary cuisine.