Long Range Concept
With Mazu, the 46m sister ship to Marco Polo nearing completion and on schedule for an end of the year launch, MCC now focuses on their new MCC 38m Transocean Explorer. Conceived by in-house naval architect Kasia Milewska, and taking its cue from the Marco Polo series, this vessel will have economic single screw propulsion with electrically driven Schottel pump jets.
The range will be a remarkable 5300 nm at 11 knots using only 80 litres per hour. The MCC 38 will not have teak decks but environmentally sound sustainable wood. Furthermore, the cap rails on the bulwarks will be composite rather than teak. Despite her modest length over all, the 38m boasts generous accommodations for eight guests plus captain and seven crew members. While the master and VIP staterooms are practically equal in terms of luxury, at this stage, the owner can opt to have the master suite on the upper deck and the VIP and captain’s cabin on the main deck, or have both suites on the main deck.
The other guest and crew cabins and galley are planned to be on the lower deck. There is an elevator accessing all deck levels from lower deck to the sundeck. This model will be presented at the Monaco Yacht Show. MCC will also, for the first time at the Monaco Yacht Show, present their new project 48m Transocean Explorer.