June 6, 2022

MJM 42zi DPIThe MJM 42 is a uniquely styled Carolina Downeast cruising design. The highest evolution of a couples liveaboard performance cruising yacht; she is all-weather, all-conditions capable. Her galley-up design is better for 360 views while entertaining and socializing, even underway. Her unique indoor/outdoor pilothouse opens for the enjoyment of your surroundings or closes for climate-controlled protection should the weather turn. Unmatched efficiency, superb smoothness of ride, and unrivaled light, strong, post-cured, Epoxy infused construction. Learn about the luxury hotel suite layout and explore the 42 in detail...

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