MCC is a Hong Kong-based company founded by a group of highly experienced European yacht owners and operators. The company builds motor yachts, developing concepts and designs at the Cheoy Lee Shipyard in the south of China and markets them worldwide. MCC’s approach to yacht building combines the reliability and savings of commercial shipbuilding with luxury yachting while maintaining a respect for environmentaly friendly solutions. The Marco Polo Series 45 metre Transocean Explorer Yachts are from the drawing boards of Ron Holland Design and built to the specification of MCC. To that end, self-sufficiency is a priority. Marco Polo and her sistership Mazu all unify the latest “neo green trend with style and comfort. Marco Polo represents the best of the evolution of Euro-quality yachts being built in China. European design and technology combined with excellent craftsmanship at the well known and reliable Cheoy Lee Shipyard resulted in the savings afforded by commercial shipbuilding.
MCC 46-meter Neo Classic SeriesRetro Makes the Grade MCC's first 46-meter Long Range Cruiser is a neoclassic blend of modern-minimalist simplicity, coupled with classic elements and an efficient hull design. The renders were originally displayed at the 2011 Palm Beach Boat Show, with a Mini-Me model making it to Monaco later this year. The classicism is at its strongest in a bow that goes beyond a simple vertical line to an even more graceful slightly curved one echoing the 19th century dreadnought bow. MCC naval architect Kasia Milewska said: “I took my inspiration from the ships that were built early in the last century with no nonsense efficiency”