MJM’s Outboard-Powered 43-footer

The builder’s four-model Z series now includes a triple-outboard 43-footer.

MJM 43z
MJM has released renderings of a new 43-footer in the Z series. Courtesy MJM

MJM Yachts is extending its Z series with a triple-outboard-powered 43-footer.

The builder says three, 350 hp Mercury four-stroke Verados will offer a reported 35-knot cruise speed and 46-knot top-end. With the 43z’s 540-gallon fuel capacity, and considering a 10 percent reserve, range at cruise speed should be approximately 500 nautical miles, according to the builder.

The Downeast-style express cruiser’s modified deep-V hull form is based off the Doug Zurn-designed MJM 40z, which is offered with Volvo Penta IPS. MJM says that the outboards also reduce the vessel’s draft, making her appealing to skinny-water cruisers.

MJM 43z
The MJM 43z’s siblings include the 35z, 40z and 50z. Courtesy MJM

Like her siblings, the 35z, 40z and 50z, the 43z will be built for bluewater duty with epoxy composite construction. She’ll also have a Seakeeper gyro, ensuring a smooth ride in a seaway.

Options for the 43z include, “powered, fully-opening front windshields, roll-up Strataglass or sliding glass sides, all-weather air-conditioned cabins and bridge-deck and cockpit yacht Bimini capable of remaining up at cruising speeds.”

READ MORE: Meet the MJM 50z


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