Mazu: The Second Superyacht In The Marco Polo Series From Cheoy Lee

By on December 14, 2010
Mazu by MCC Marco Polo

Maritime Concept and Construction has recently launched the 46-metre motoryacht Mazu, the second yacht in the Marco Polo series.

The steel hulled full displacement yacht Mazu, has a weight saving and low maintenance composite superstructure. The highly efficient hull form, designed by renowned sail boat designer Ron Holland, has a cruising range in excess of 7,000 nm at 11 knots and 3,300 nm at 13 knots.

Mazu by MCC Marco Polo

The master stateroom of the Mazu is located on the wheelhouse level. Aside from the wheelhouse, the entire deck, including the large open air aft deck, lounge, stateroom and head, is dedicated to the owner. The lower deck has three double guest staterooms and a gymnasium. Crew cabins are located forward on both the lower and main deck.

Mazu by MCC Marco Polo

The main deck features a cinema, the saloon and dining areas, a full bar, as well as the comfortable aft deck with sofa seating and two elegant high gloss wood tables.

Mazu by MCC Marco Polo

Mazu was built by Cheoy Lee Shipyards and displayed for the first time at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2010 (28 October – 1 November 2010). She will be handed over at the end of December 2010.

Specification of the Mazu:

Length Overall: 46 m
Beam: 9,20 m
Draught Max: 2,90 m
Engines: 1 x CAT 3512B, 1911HP @ 1600RPM
Max Speed: 20 knots
Cruise Speed: 18 knots
Fuel Capacity: 64,000 l
Water Capacity: 15,100 l
Designer: Ron Holland

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Related links:
MCC Marco Polo
Cheoy Lee Shipyards
Ron Holland Design