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MJM Yachts 50z Portable Wall System link

The latest innovation from MJM Yachts is a portable wall system on the 50z. This clever design creates an ensuite guest cabin in a matter of minutes. The insulated walls convert the great room into a private and comfortable guest stateroom with a queen size bed. Click to see video: 50Z Portable Wall System

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MJM Yachts Florida at the St. Petersburg Power & Sailboat Show. image

     Come visit us at the the 38th Annual St. Petersburg Power & Sailboat Show.  The largest boat show on the Gulf Coast is set to sail into the Duke Energy Center for the Arts Mahaffey Theater Yacht Basin and Albert Whitted Park in St. Petersburg, Fla., from Thursday, Dec. 3 through Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015.

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Boston Boat Works – Building the unparalleled line of MJM Yachts image

                                                          MJM Yachts licensee, Boston BoatWorks (BBW) operating out of a brand new dedicated 50,000 sq. ft. plant in Charlestown, MA on Boston Harbor, is the one American boat builder, power or sail, having a 30+ year track record using advanced materials such as epoxy, Kevlar, carbon and Corecell.  In their pursuit of excellence, BBW uses a proprietary wet epoxy pre-preg, vacuum-molding and oven post-cure method.

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MJM Yachts: Built to Last… 100 Years! link

“It’s indefinite,” Sorensen says. “What’s to fail on an MJM? It’s an oven, post-cured epoxy boat. It’s as well built as a Dreamliner, as far as I can see. There’s no reason that a boat like that couldn’t be here in 100 years.” Maybe 200 years, he later added. “They’re heirlooms,” blurted out Sorensen, who is the technical writer for Soundings and who was the founding director of J.D. Power & Associates’ marine practices. “You’ll pass them down from generation to generation. The boat you remember going out on with your grandfather — well, you can still have that boat when you’re 60.”. Read complete article: Built to Last.

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A trip to paradise: in comfort, luxury and only two hours away. image

On Memorial Day weekend, the DANILU, Diaz Marine’s MJM Yachts 36z demo boat cruised from Miami to Bimini in less than two hours on 22 gallons of fuel. Average speed crossing the Gulf Stream was around 28 knots and we arrived around 3:30 PM, quickly docked, rinsed the boat and cleared customs by 4:15 PM.             The following morning, we made several stops throughout the surrounding areas of Bimini.   The first was the SS Sapona (a concrete hulled cargo steamer that ran aground near Bimini during a hurricane in 1926). It lies in 17-foot deep water, 4 miles south of Bimini Island. Great snorkeling! The following morning, we made several stops throughout the surrounding areas ...

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