New Boat Models

MJM Introduces Dayboat

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The 3z is 38’2” (11.63 m) long with an 11’ (3.35 m) beam.

MJM Yachts continues to expand its outboard-powered choices with the 3z dayboat. In a virtual press conference, MJM owner Peter Johnstone, CEO Peter Truslow and designer Doug Zurn introduced the new model that it hopes to have available later this year. “These boats are the product of several lifetimes of experience,” said Johnstone. His parents Bob and Mary Johnstone founded the company.

Proven Formula

MJM fans will recognize the company’s DNA in the 3z with Downeast-inspired lines, a slight bow flare and a large open cockpit and bridge deck. Like all MJM models, she will be built with all-composite construction, but she won’t be vacuum-bagged. Instead, she will be infused with modified epoxy resin.

The 3z’s profile follows Zurn’s styling cues found in other MJM models.

The concept is pure dayboat with three zones for lounging, diving/fishing and cruising. The windshield design has windows on the sides and an opening center section that allows passage to the wraparound seating area in the bow.

From overhead, we can see the 3z’ dayboat focus with seating areas in the bow and stern.

The 3z measures 38’2” (11.63 m) with an 11’ (3.35 m) beam. Draft is 2’8” (.81 m) and she carries 250 gallons (946.35 liters) of fuel. Standard power is twin 300-hp Mercury Verado outboards that the builder says push the boat to a top speed of 50 mph. Back off to a cruising speed of 38 mph and the range is predicted at 250 miles. Joystick piloting comes standard and options including a Seakeeper 3 gyroscopic stabilizer and reverse-cycle air conditioning for the pilothouse.

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