Cobra Yacht's first luxury motor yacht to be built to European standards, Maisha was designed by Ava Yacht Design and Scaro Design and her minimalist and symmetric-styled interior was designed by Dara Kırmızıtoprak.
The 38-metre long and 9-metre wide Maisha was built in Cobra Yacht's boatyard and has two saloons - a lower main saloon and an upper main saloon. The main saloon has a lounging area furnished with two white sofas and chrome chairs with a 42' plasma TV and Harman Kardon sound system. The dark lines extending along the American mahogany parquet flooring are among the fine eye-catching details.
The lower main saloon is separated from the guest cabins and the stairs that lead to the upper saloon by sliding doors. The lower saloon is also furnished with mahogany parquet flooring, white couches and chairs. There is also a TV in a cabinet fitted with sliding doors.
Maisha has 4 high-standard, luxurious cabins that can accommodate up to 8 people. The master cabin located on the main deck has a bathroom with two spacious showers and is furnished with a king size bed, table, TV, satellite, DVD player and has windows that allow natural light in, creating a dream world on the sea. The VIP cabin, styled with brown-green tones and located in the stern of the lower deck, has an American-style shower and a separate toilet and is furnished with a king size bed, two-seater sofa, TV, satellite, DVD player, offering luxury and comfort all in one place. The other two cabins are located on the lower deck; one on the starboard and the other on the port side of the yacht. These cabins have American-style showers, TVs, satellites and DVD players. One of the cabins is furnished with a queen size bed while the other is furnished with a twin bed.
Maisha's superstructure is designed with a spacious lounging area, a sunbathing area with two portable umbrellas, a Jacuzzi, toilet, shower and an 8-person sauna. The superstructure also offers other details such as a bar for snacks and cold beverages, a 12-person dining table made from marble and chrome, wooden chairs and a spacious gray sofa.
Often inspected and admired by European brokers for her superior equipage and elegant design, Maisha was built with an aluminium superstructure and steel hull. Built in accordance with MCA standards, Maisha's 55 tonnes fuel capacity offers the opportunity to go on a world tour. Bringing in positive reactions for being a finalist in the "Best Yacht Under 50 m" and "Best Interior Design" categories of the ShowBoats International prize competition, Maisha is listed among top motor yachts to take on long adventures on the sea.