Mars by MCP Yachts is an Awesome New Toy For The Rich

Brazil is famous for a lot of beautiful and exciting things but building superyachts isn’t one of them. MCP Yachts might just change that, with their Mars project, the first addition to their 106 Limited Edition line. With a robust and athletic appearance with, this 32.30 metre vessel was launched back in 2014 and was aimed at clients wanting something different.

Offering stunning aesthetics, as well as incredible performance, Mars will easily blend in on the French Riviera or on the Red Sea. The yacht’s open deck has been fully optimized to serve an essential role in outdoor entertaining, with MCP going for vital equipment and appliances which guests can actually use, instead of dedicating the available space to sun bathing alone.

A central island has been fitted with a fully functional outdoor galley, which includes a grill, large fridge spaces and an ice maker. This is where passengers may also enjoy some drinks, served under large skylights in the deck above.

The forward section of the sundeck allows guests to enjoy a spacious Jacuzzi and a raised sunbathing area, while the aft deck is used to stow her tender and water toys using a davit crane, also found here. MCP have also created a stylish lounge below, where guests can get comfortable during more informal dinning occasions and family gatherings.

There’s even a beach club, consisting of a split level area with a two separate opening hatches, one revealing the water’s edge, and another opening upwards, through which guests can access the sunken sauna and bar area with day galley. Mars’ exterior and interior areas were designed in-house by MCP’s team of designers, resulting in a high-quality product with custom touches that each client would appreciate.

Mars is powered by two CAT C32 ACERT engines, developing 1,825hp each. Considering the vessel’s all-aluminum construction, the top speed of 27 knots shouldn’t come as a surprise. With their 106 Limited Edition line MCP Yachts are putting the Latin American region on the map as a serious superyacht construction contender.

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