Turkish shipyard Mazu Yachts has announced that its first Mazu 82, sold to her owner less than 12 months ago, is rapidly approaching completion. At 24.52 metres, she’s the shipyard’s longest yacht to date and will be the brand’s flagship.Photo: Mazu YachtsThe Mazu 82’s exteriors show off her expansive decks - which have become a signature design element for the shipyard - and are designed by Mazu’s founder, Halit Yukay. The yard collaborated with Turkish designer Tanju Özelgin on her interiors, which optimise onboard space and create an elegant and understated atmosphere. Photo: Mazu Yachts Photo: Mazu Yachts
Mazu’s flagship yacht can welcome guests across three staterooms, which are comprised of a full-beam master amidships, a VIP with ensuite bathroom, and a double stateroom.Photo: Mazu YachtsPhoto: Mazu Yachts Mazu 82 features a triple Volvo Penta IPS propulsion system, giving her 3,000hp, a cruising speed of 35 knots and a top speed of 40 knots.Photo: Mazu Yachts
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