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Mazu Yachts sells first Mazu 82

Turkish yacht builder Mazu Yachts has announced the sale of the first hull in its latest series, the Mazu 82.

At 24.5 metres it is the largest yacht to come from the yard. Designed by Mazu's founder Halit Yukay, it will combine a clean profile line with expansive decks and large hull windows. Turkish designer Tanju Özelgin will take responsibility for the interiors.

The yacht will boast three staterooms, including a full-beam master amidships, an en suite VIP cabin forward, and a double stateroom off the passageway. The master suite bathroom will feature a large shower, and there's a walk-in wardrobe opposite.

The Mazu 82 will be built from carbon composite in a light weight sandwich construction. This design will provide the rigidity and strength needed to create wide deck spaces and a high interior volume allowing for large windows without sacrificing performance.

Power will come from three Volvo Penta IPS 1350 1000hp engines with a cruising speed of 35 knots and a maximum speed of 40 knots. Further details include a beam of 5.9 metres and a draft of 1.6 metres.

The yacht is expected to be delivered at the end of summer 2019. The sale follows the successful introductions of the Mazu 38, 42, and 52 models.

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