When MJM Yachts was designing a replacement for their classic 29z, 34z, and 36z, the company stayed true to its DNA of cutting-edge design, and the result is the 35z (37′ 11.5″ LOA, 11′ beam). The 35z was designed from the keel up to take advantage of the latest technology in outboard engines and gyro stabilization.
Featuring MJM’s well-known modern take on the classic Downeast design, the MJM Yachts 35z offers a modified deep-V hull with a greater waterline length-to-beam ratio and flush-deck design from open transom to wheel with side boarding doors at floating dock level. She is powered by twin 300-hp Mercury Verado outboard engines and comes standard with the joystick piloting for outboards, Skyhook station keeping, engine auto trim, and autopilot. Top speed is 46 mph; back down to cruising speed and the range is 230 miles.
The optional Seakeeper 3 takes advantage of the latest in gyro stabilization for smaller boats and runs off D/C power, so there’s no need for a genset. The combination of design and epoxy composite construction makes an MJM stronger, more stable, lighter, and longer lasting.
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