Cheoy Lee superyacht Mazu makes her US debut
by Raphael Montigneaux
Mazu is the second hull of the Marco Polo series designed by Ron Holland. Her burgundy hull makes her easily distinguishable from the original Marco Polo (now renamed Dorothea III), which is painted green.
Lloyd’s classed and MCA compliant, her hull is steel with a composite superstructure. She is powered by a single Caterpillar 3512B engine of 1,911hp giving a long range of 6,600 nautical miles at an economical speed.
Her accommodation for 10 guests is comprised of a master on the bridge deck, two doubles, a twin and a convertible gymnasium on the lower deck. Crew quarters are for 12.
Having arrived in Fort Lauderdale in early July, Mazu is now at the Rybovich yard in Palm Beach. The yacht, for sale as a brand new vessel under full warranty, is available for visits over the summer. She will also make her US debut at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show at the end of October.
Cheoy Lee also reports the recent delivery of the second Alpha 76, and the imminent delivery of the new Alpha 76 Fly.