Turkish shipyard Mazu Yachts launched and delivered the 24.5 m flagship named Mazu 82.
The stylish interior of the boat was created by Turkish designer Tanju Özelgin. Özelgin said he "aimed to create an onboard ambiance more in tune with land-based architecture."
The space has to be as compact and light as possible without losing the illusion of feeling at home or in a cosy hotel. This was one of our key aspects during the design phase of the yacht: to create a space that feels more as if you were in your own house with all the familiarity and comfort that comes with it.
The deep-V hull can reach a top speed of 40 knots at full load and a cruising speed of 33 knots, thanks to her three Volvo Penta IPS units which provide 1000hp each.
With a beam of 5.9 metres and a draft of 1.6 metres, Mazu 82 is built from carbon composite.
The boat offers accommodation be for 6 guests in 3 cabins, including a full-beam master amidships, an en suite VIP cabin forward, and a double stateroom off the passageway.
Halit Yukay, lead designer and CEO of Mazu Yachts commented:
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. 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.
The debut of Mazu 82 is scheduled for the 2020 Cannes Yachting Festival.