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On the eventful day of Sunday, August 20th, 2023, Mazu Yachts celebrated the successful launch of the Mazu 92DS, a significant step into the realm of steel construction for the brand’s novel semi-displacement line. This inaugural vessel paves the way for the upcoming 112 and 132 models, showcasing Mazu’s commitment to innovation.

Distinguishing itself as a trailblazer, the Mazu 92DS integrates the IPS propulsion system into a steel hull for the first time globally. A notable milestone, it employs a distinctive triple-engine configuration of Volvo Penta IPS 1050 (3x 800HP). This revolutionary achievement further underscores Mazu’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of engineering.

The grand unveiling of the Mazu 92DS is eagerly anticipated at the forthcoming Cannes and Monaco Yacht shows this September, prior to its delivery to its proud Turkish owner. Red Yacht Design, adhering to Mazu’s signature geometric lines, has masterfully crafted both the exterior and interior, resulting in a harmonious blend of simplicity and sophistication.

A hallmark of the Superyacht series is its utilization of a steel hull complemented by a carbon composite superstructure. This synergy not only achieves a reduced weight profile but also ensures a lower center of gravity, enhancing both stability and performance.

Since 2011, Mazu Yachts has consistently epitomized the fusion of artistry and engineering, epitomized by their vision to create “classics of the future.” This dedication is reflected in the Mazu 92DS, which has successfully undergone its initial sea trials. Impressively, it has excelled in acceleration and top-speed tests, attaining a remarkable 18 knots at full speed (2,200 RPM) and 13 knots at 1,500 RPM. Its steel body, weighing 120 tons, remarkably consumes a mere 110 liters of fuel per hour, translating to an impressive cruising range of 1,170 nautical miles on a single tank.

Mazu Yachts continues to redefine industry standards, solidifying their reputation as pioneers in the world of Superyacht and tender design.

Technical Specifications:
Length overall: 28,45 m
Length at waterline: 24,80 m
Beam: 6,70 m
Draft: 1,90 m
Displacement: 120 tons
Steel Hull & Composite Superstructure
Deck material: Teak
Engines: 3 x Volvo Penta IPS 1050 (3 x 800 HP)
Max speed: 18 knots
Cruising speed: 13 knots
Fuel capacity: 10.000 litres
Water capacity: 4.000 litres
Black water capacity 4.000 litres
Class: RINA

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