MJM Yachts hosted the premiere of the MJM 4z in October at the United States Powerboat Show in Annapolis, Maryland.
The MJM 4z is a blend of the MJM 3z Dual Console and the MJM 40z. The new model has a length overall of 46 feet, 8 inches with a galley-up layout, overnight accommodations and four social zones.
There’s outdoor seating in the open bow and in the cockpit, along with an indoor/outdoor pilothouse. Electrically activated windshields, along with sliding windows to the sides and aft, let in fresh breezes.
Belowdecks are a V-berth and double berth for a family or two couples to spend a night on the hook. The head has a glass-enclosed shower.
The MJM 4z is offered with triple 300-horsepower Mercury outboards or twin 600-horsepower Mercury Verados. The builder says the boat can top 43 knots. For the 2024 model year, twin 440-horsepower Volvo Penta DPI sterndrives are expected to be available.
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