QING a Cheoy Lee Superyacht
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Motor Yacht QING (ex Mazu) is a 46 metre vessel launched in late 2010 from the Cheoy Lee shipyard in China. Yacht Mazu (also Matsu) in chinese means 'mother ancestor' and she is the second yacht in the Marco Polo series. Superyacht QING features design, naval architecture and concept by MCC, based on the lines by Ron Holland for the Marco Polo Series.
|Type/Year:||a Cheoy Lee Superyacht/2010|
|Builder/Designer:||Ron Holland Yacht Design, Ron Holland, Cheoy Lee|
|Charter Locations:||ASIA, Japan|
QING yacht boasts a beautiful, Macassar Ebony interior by KCA International with decoration by Sylvia Bolton.
Superyacht QING (ex Mazu) has a beam measuring 9.2m and her draft measures 2.9m. She is powered by two Caterpillar propulsion engines (one main and one auxiliary), giving her a cruising range of 7000nm at 11 knots and 3300nm at 13 knots. Motor yacht QING’s hull color is a magnificent Burgundy red.
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Amenities and Extras
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"I’d say I was a sailor before a designer. My designing was influenced by my experiences. It doesn’t have to be that way, but it was with me. Becoming a designer wasn’t a strategic decision." - Ron Holland, founder of Ron Holland Design