MetalShips & Docks, a yard part of Spanish group Rodman, completed the construction and launch of a 193ft motoryacht. The yacht will now undergo sea trials and is said to be on display at the Monaco Yacht Show in September.

Spanish shipyard MetalShips & Docks, a company part of the Spanish group Rodman, has launched the 59m yacht Maybe.

The 193ft vessel is the largest leisure yacht built and designed in Spain. She touched the water on August 13 at the yard’s facilities in Vigo.

Built in steel and aluminium, Maybe features a 10.7m beam, an helipad, and a garage with a capacity to accommodate a 4m tender.

The yacht is powered by two Caterpillar engines 3516B serie II 2000 kW/160 rpm. Her propulsion package is completed with Reintjes WVS 930/1 giving her a maximum speed of 17ks and a cruising speed of 14ks. The shipyard says she is capable of a range of 5,000nm at an economical speed of 12ks.

Maybe can sleep 12 guests and a crew of 16. The yacht’s naval architecture and exterior styling are work of Acubens Naval Architect.

New build and refit specialist

MetalShips & Docks is located in the Vigo estuary in northern Spain. The shipyard focuses on new construction and repair. The company operates from an 80,000sq m area, of which 21,000sq m are roofed spaces for workshops, stores and offices.

The yard operates two floating docks that can accommodate vessels of up to 25,000 tonnes with a lifting capacity of 10,800 tonnes.

MetalShips & Docks is known for its vast experience building commercial vessels, however the yard has a proven track record of new build and refit projects in the superyacht sector.

In 2014, the company was responsible for an extensive refit of Xarifa, a 49.9m schooner built by JS White & Co in 1927.

Superyacht Maybe will undergo sea trials and will be on display at the Monaco Yacht Show in September. She is for sale with Camper & Nicholsons International.