The MJM 35Z yacht presented at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2016

mjm35zMJM unveiled its new MJM 35Z yacht project at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Zurn Yacht Design, who worked in partnership with MJM, is responsible of this new design.
“The MJM 35z is the sixth collaboration between us and MJM founder Bob Johnstone, boatbuilder Mark Lindsay and his talented crew at Boston Boatworks,” Doug Zurn commented. “This team effort, gathering the best talent in each of our fields, has resulted in over 225 boats being sold, with only 2 percent being available on the used market at any given period. That equates to a lot of satisfied boaters.”
The 35z has been designed with a new and more performing hull shape and built with prepreg epoxy composite material: this allows for the seaworthiness required for the ISO Certified Category B Offshore.
The 35z has side-boarding doors for easy access. Fully opening windshields with manual brackets are standard, and there’s a choice of either roll- up or sliding glass side openings. Full equipment for fishing options is available onboard.
The 35z features plenty of storage options with shelves over the berths, a galley storage, and a larger hanging locker, hull ports, longer berths, alternate table location and 6 ft. standing headroom. With no Jet Drives under deck, the 35z has even more storage space for all kind of sports equipment.
The 35z has dual Stidd seats that lower and swivel to form side chairs for comfortable living room seating for 10-12 guests, and the pilothouse settees form two additional berths. All-round privacy curtains at night create a 2nd cabin.
The 35z’s fuel efficiency, 50-plus-mph speed and 300-plus-mile cruising range are achieved with twin 300s and only 250 gallons of fuel capacity. The boat has twin 300-hp outboards, joystick docking with GPS station keeping and the option for a Seakeeper 3.5 DC gyrostabilizer option.
Other current projects (the Zurn-Neb38 and Duffield 58 trawler) will also be detailed in private visits at Zurn Design stand at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

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