Mazu 42 Walkaround to debut at the 2017 Cannes Yachting Festival

Turkish shipyard Mazu Yachts announced that its new Mazu 42 Walkaround will debut at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival.

The new Mazu 42 Walkaround has an overall length of 11.99 meters and a maximum beam of 3.7 meters. The center console, perfectly protected by a real modern superstructure, leaves room for two ample lateral walk-arounds.

Halit Yukay, head designer and owner of the yard, has succeeded in giving the 42 a freeboard that is high enough to allow movement on deck in complete safety even while at sea, but still keeping her sportive profile with its military twist overtones.

On-deck comfort is assured by the ample sun bathing area near the stern, while forward the cockpit is complete with a V-shaped settee and a second settee forward of the console.
The size of the aft platform has allowed the yard to create a true seaside terrace, ideal not only while at anchor but also when moored to the jetty, facilitating coming aboard and going ashore. The presence of a mobile kitchen with Gaggenau appliances ensures leisurely and pleasurable times when at anchor.

Her interiors are characterized by generous headroom with elegant minimalist styling featuring expert use of Alcantara and leather trim created by the Italian company Foglizzo. Forward the 42’ Walkaround has a large queen size bed with a comfortable settee to port and a large bathroom with all the features to starboard. All lighting, both on and below deck, is by Cantalupi, and ensures soft lighting that creates a refined and welcoming environment.

The yacht’s eight ton displacement and special hull shape take full advantage of the propulsion system: two 435 hp Volvo Penta IPS 600’s, giving the Mazu 42’ Walk-around a top speed of 47 knots, with a cruising speed of 32 knots.

Mazu Yachts has been designing, producing and marketing luxury hard-top and open motor yachts since 2011. Known for its sleek planing-hull motor yachts built using the cold-molded system, Mazu Yachts stands out thanks to its building technique, which gives the hulls extra strength and lightness.

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