Turkish shipyard Mazu Yachts has revealed the new, 40.2-metre flagship model in its displacement series, known as the Mazu 132 DS.
The yacht has been designed with a masculine profile and an unconventional hull that sees the structure dominated by full-length glass. Exterior and interior styling is owed to British studio Red Yacht Design, while naval architecture is courtesy of Profjord.
While full details are yet to be disclosed, the model's main features are its flybridge exterior area, which is "notably larger than other yachts in its size category" and its panoramic owner's terrace. Renderings reveal ample lounge areas across the model's four decks, including a sun deck arranged with a dip pool, L-shaped sofa seating, a bar and an al fresco, 10-person dining table. There is also a spacious beach club, fitted with lateral-opening wings, that is separated from the main saloon by semi-opaque glass.
In an ongoing partnership with Volvo Penta, the Mazu 132 DS has incorporated Volvo's IPS 40 propulsion system. This offers "improved fuel efficiency, reduced emissions and unparalleled manoeuvrability," according to the shipyard.
The Mazu 132 DS is currently in the engineering development stage, with construction set to begin in 2024. The yacht is anticipated to reach a maximum speed of 16 knots.
The news follows the launch of Mazu Yachts' debut 92 DS model last month, marking the shipyard's first foray into steel construction.Read More/Mazu launches first 28m Mazu 92 DS model