The first hull of the new Mazu 82 from Turkish yard Mazu Yachts has been sold to a Turkish owner. The largest yacht model to be unveiled by the shipyard at 24.5-metres, she is expected to be delivered at the end of this summer. Photo: Mazu Yachts With a layout incorporating the company's signature expansive open decks and three onboard staterooms, the Mazu 82 yacht will be built in a carbon composite sandwich construction. She will feature large hullside windows and her power will be provided by a triple Volvo Penta IPS propulsion system. Photo: Mazu Yachts Her exteriors are designed by the yard's founder, Halit Yukay and Mazu Yachts collaborated with Turkish designer Tanju Özelgin on her interiors. This is the first time that Mazu has outsourced its interior design, with the designer aiming to optimise the yacht's onboard spaces and to create an elegant and understated atmosphere on board.
Photo: Mazu Yachts The full-beam master suite amidships takes advantage of Mazu's generous volume and large hullside windows, with an interior design combining subtle textures, muted colours and a generous amount of light to create a relaxing atmosphere of solitude for the owner.
A private master head and walk-in closet opposite are also present. Two additional staterooms are also on board for guests, comprising an ensuite VIP forward and a double stateroom off the passageway.
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Power is provided by her triple Volvo Penta IPS propulsion system, which is expected to offer excellent performance, cruising efficiency, easy handling and increased manoeuvrability, Mazu 82 will be able to reach a top speed of 40 knots and a cruising speed of 35 knots.Photo: Mazu Yachts