The Mazu 92 DS features interior and exterior design from Red Yacht Design, with naval architecture by Alfa Marine Design. She is also the first in a new series of semi-displacement yachts, which will be followed by a 112 DS and 132 DS model.
The Mazu 92 DS is characterised by a raised pilothouse forward, vertical bow and two-tone hull design. She features a beam of 6.7-metres and a shallow draft 1.9-metres and is constructed from carbon composite to reduce weight and keep the centre of gravity as low as possible.
“I think we’ve created something amazing that will shake up the marketplace. The interior volumes and full-height windows make you feel like you’re on a yacht that is at least 10-metres longer,” commented Mazu founder and designer Halit Yukay.
In terms of accommodation, the Mazu 92 DS yacht is able to sleep up to eight guests across a full-beam owner’s suite located on the main deck forward, two single staterooms forward and a full-beam VIP. She features a neutral colour palette with light wood parquet flooring with occasional elements of blue.
The Mazu 92 DS boasts a large swim platform, with space to stow a tender or Jet Ski while underway. When moored or at anchor, this platform can be extended thanks to fold-down bulwarks. As well as this, her glass sliding transom doors lead into a beach club area, complete with a bar.
Other key features include an alfresco dining area for up to eight guests on the aft deck, a backlit exterior staircase connecting the main deck, upper deck and beach club, and an asymmetric lounge with an L-shaped sofa to port and armchairs to starboard.
“The most exciting feature of the DS series is the use of three IPS 1050 Volvo engines in a displacement steel body and the exciting innovations created in the layout,” added Halit Yukay. The model has an anticipated top speed of 22 knots.
Mazu is also busy with construction of a second Mazu 92 DS, which has been started on speculation. As well as this, the designs for the first 112 DS are in production, with the model scheduled to go into production later this year.