The 24.5-metre flagship yacht Mazu 82 has been delivered to her owner as the yard’s longest yacht to date. The carbon composite yacht is a custom design by Tanju Özelgin, who incorporated many unique design features as per the owner’s request.Photo: Mazu YachtsPhoto: Mazu Yachts
Photo: Mazu YachtsThe new owner will spend the majority of his time on board and is planning to use the yacht as an isolated office during the coronavirus pandemic. Once on board, the owner will be able to enjoy the flush main deck and the all-glass deckhouse with “bulletproof” tempered glass.
Photo: Mazu YachtsThe deep-V hull has a deadrise of 19 degrees in the stern and 28 degrees in the bow and when under the power of her three Volvo Penta IPS units (1,000 hp each), can reach a top speed of 40 knots at full load and a cruising speed of 33 knots.Photo: Mazu YachtsPhoto: Mazu Yachts“The hull lines of the new Mazu 82 were designed in-house to provide a perfect balance between top speed, seakeeping capability and fuel efficiency,” says Halit Yukay, lead designer and CEO of Mazu Yachts. “At cruising speed the yacht burns around 600 litres of fuel per hour for a range of just under 400 nautical miles or around 12 hours cruising.”
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