The 151-foot Mazu is the second yacht in the Marco Polo series built by Cheoy Lee Shipyards. The red-hulled steel yacht arrived in Fort Lauderdale from Hong Kong in August and headed for a sprucing up at Rybovich after her long journey. She burns only about 41 gallons per hour at an average speed of 13 knots. Like her sistership, the now sold Marco Polo, she is based on a hull design by Ron Holland. The whole premise for the MCC series is long range and fuel economy. Mazu fits the bill with a range of nearly 7,000 nm. Able to accommodate 10 guests and 12 crew, this elegant yacht is built to Lloyd’s and MCA class.
Location: Bahia Mar, Face Dock 6, 6A-C
LOA: 151ft. (46m)
Beam: 29ft. 7in. (9m)
Engines: 1 x Caterpillar 3512B