MJM 3z®: The Ultimate Family Day Yacht

Jan 27, 2022

The MJM 3z® is an all-weather, dual console, performance driven yacht with big water capability and big fun guaranteed. It’s the ultimate family-oriented luxury day yacht.

Family Features Include:

  • 3 distinct lushly cushioned social areas for relaxing and entertaining
  • Spacious bow area with an option for direct sun or a Mediterranean-style shade
  • A climate-controlled pilothouse with 360-degree view of your surroundings
  • Full private wet head including a shower
  • Ultraleather upholstery throughout
  • Ample amount of toy storage in several lockers
  • Recessed self-draining anchor windlass locker
  • A generous cockpit for entertaining with customizable serving station options: grill, refrigerator, ice maker or sink
  • A convertible sun lounge sofa daybed for your afternoon siestas
  • A side boarding door for dogs, kids and parents
  • Transom walkthrough landing for swimming and fishing

Quick Tech Specs:

  • LOA: 38’2”
  • Beam: 11’
  • Draft (Engines Up/Engines Down): 21” / 32”
  • Displacement: 13,279 lb
  • Fuel Capacity: 250 gal
  • Water Capacity: 58 gal
  • Air Height: 8’19”
  • Power: Twin 300 HP Outboards
  • Top Speed: 50 mph

For more information on the MJM 3z®, visit https://mjmyachts.com/3z-performance-luxury-family-day-yacht/

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