Eco-friendly meets luxury with the Mazu Thirtyeight superyacht

Named after the indigenous goddess of the sea, Mazu Yachts has a new day cruiser that provides all the comforts and luxuries typical of a superyacht while also limiting the harmful effects it has on the planet. Prepare to go green on the great big blue with the Thirtyeight…

Conscious cruising

One would assume that due to its name, the Thirtyeight, the yacht would be 38ft long, but the nine-tonne, cold-moulded, carbon-reinforced day cruiser is actually 39ft, with a 12ft beam. With two Volvo Penta IPS engines – each producing 300hp, for a maximum speed of 36 knots — the Thirtyeight claims a 40% longer cruising range, 30% less fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, and 50% lower perceived noise levels. Along with being more environmentally friendly, the luxurious vessel has all the features worthy of superyacht status, including an open-concept cabin with a suite, lounge area fitted with Gaggenau appliances, mirrored folding partitions, large bed, spacious bathroom, and a central skylight, as well as a minimalist yet technologically advanced cockpit with quilted seats, a bathing platform, teak deck. For the eco-friendly yachting enthusiast who doesn’t want to sacrifice power or comfort, the Thirtyeight may be the best solution out there.

Photos: Mazu Yachts

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