Mazu Yachts will display new tenders at Monaco show

Mazu Yachts said two new superyacht tenders will be on display at the upcoming Sept. 27-30 Monaco Yacht Show.
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This 38-foot soft top will be one of two new models Mazu Yachts will debut at the Monaco Yacht Show.

This 38-foot soft top will be one of two new models Mazu Yachts will debut at the Monaco Yacht Show.

Turkish yacht designer and builder Mazu Yachts said two new superyacht tenders will be on display at the upcoming Sept. 27-30 Monaco Yacht Show.

Mazu will debut the 38 soft top and a 42 walkaround, the builder’s largest model to be shown, at the show.

The 38-foot soft top has been sold to a European client and was delivered to its owner in Saint Tropez earlier this month. It’s equipped with two Volvo Penta IPS 400 engines and the boat can reach top speeds of 39.1 mph, the company said.

The largest Mazu’s model to be shown, the new 42 walkaround, to be delivered early August 2017, has an overall length of 39.3 feet and a maximum beam of 12.1 feet.

Two 435 hp Volvo Penta IPS 600 give the Mazu 42 walkaround a top speed of 54 mph, with a cruising speed of approximately 37 mph.

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