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Mazu Yachts to debut new tenders in Cannes


The Turkish yacht builder Mazu Yachts will attend the 2017 Cannes Yachting Festival in September, where three of its new tender models will have their official debut: the 38 Open, the 38 Soft Top and the 42 Walk-Around.

The 38 Open has already been launched, while the 38 Soft Top is expected for launch by this month. The 42 Walk-Around is expected to be launched in July.

The 11.9-metre Mazu 38 Open is a sleek and aggressive day cruiser designed by Halit Yukay.
She features a fully customisable interior and deck layout, with an open layout with al-fresco dining on the aft deck, including a table with a drop-in leaf, a grill, a bimini top and an aft deck shower.
The model on display at the show will be capable of 30 knots thanks to an IPS 400 engine set-up, but an IPS 600 version will also be made available, pushing the top speed up to 45 knots. The Mazu 38’s hand-laid carbon hull adds extra strength and means this superyacht tender displaces just 9 tonnes.

The Mazu 38 Soft Top has again been designed by Halit Yukay and was sold to a client who wanted a “military look” and superyacht tender features. Powered by twin Volvo Penta IPS 400 engines, the tender can cruise at a speed of 33 knots.

The 12.8-metre 42 Walk-Around centre-console model has a modern superstructure leaving space for passage on each side and featuring with plenty of freeboard to keep a family secure.
A generous sunbathing area is located aft, and the cockpit has a V-shaped settee with a smaller seat on the front of the console. Aft the swim platform provides space for water sports and is designed for easy boarding from shore or a dock. Twin IPS 600s allow the 42 Walk-Around to reach a top speed of 47 knots with a cruising speed of just under 32 knots.


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