Yankee thrift, practicality, and classical elegance are an MJM Yacht which is at home cruising in Downeast Maine or along the Carolinas' coast. These vessels are designed to be durable, lightweight, safe, and eco-friendly.
Get ready to meet the MJM 53z Flagship outboard cruiser which combines the comfort of larger yachts with the speed and ease of handling associated with smaller boats. Due to be released in 2019, this yacht features surprisingly quiet Quad Mercury 350 HP Verados coupled with the standard lightweight MJM epoxy resin construction that promises both power and fuel economy. With two master suites, experience the luxury of larger vessels in this all-weather outboard cruising yacht.
It’s fast. It's eco-friendly. MJM Yachts takes a leadership role in environmentally friendly manufacturing coupled with classical designs. MJM's 50z cruiser has been the company's leading contender in a field of Downeast competitors. With a maximum speed of forty knots delivered by three IPS 600s, no boat in its size range will get there faster (at least until the 53z arrives). You want stability and ISO-certified Category A seaworthiness. The Seakeeper Gyrostabilizer comes at no additional cost. Designed by Doug Zurn, the classic lines give this cruiser an “old money look.” When the 50z enters a harbor, backed by ancient pines and rocky shores, the old-timers' nod, and whisper, “She’s a keeper.”
Need to get it out of an inland lake and into the Ocean? Hook up a trailer for the MJM 40z, put a "Wide Load" sign on the back, and head out without further ado. Low enough to get under bridges, narrow enough to stay in its lane, this is the only vessel in its ISO Certified Category A Ocean class that is transported over the road, easily. There is no sacrifice regarding power, stability, durability, or comfort. Like all MJM yachts, this vessel has a lightweight, durable construction of epoxy resin, a hull designed for increased stability, and practical but aesthetically pleasing interior finishes. Easy to board, no stairs to be trudging up or tripping down.
At under forty feet, the MJM 35z is the smallest vessel the company currently manufactures, but the 35z both promises and delivers ease of operating with joystick piloting and a modified deep V hull which enhances stability as it goes faster. Speed is no problem with Twin Mercury 300 HP Verado Outboards. With a covered dining area on the aft deck, beautifully designed berths and galley, guests will have a safe, comfortable journey.
The classic MJM 36, 34, and 29zs are no longer manufactured but are still available on the previously owned market. Well-made older MJM zs may well bring a better return on investment than a competitor’s new model as these boats were designed for longevity. It's hard to get an MJM skipper to part with his ship, but circumstances change; and you may get lucky enough to find a well-loved, previously owned MJM yacht.