Marco Polo No2 'Mazu'...

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Marco Polo No2 'Mazu'...

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The 46m’s hull and superstructure have been mated together and the machinery, shafts, props, rudders and stabilizers are already in place.

APRIL 2010

The 'Mazu' name means 'maternal ancestor', but is a colloquial name for a 'goddess of the sea'.
Her comms mast and hardtop go on next. Much of the interior was completed in modules and is now being installed aboard.
Her hull will eventually be pained burgundy red.
Delivery is ahead of schedule and should take place in October 2010. She will be available for charter.
She is claimed to be the 5,000th hull to be constructed by Cheoy Lee Shipyards.
Marco Polo Yachts is driven by MCC in Honk Kong. The naval architect on the project is Kasia Milweska. MCC’s Albrecht Buchner is her project manager.

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