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News: Malcolm McKeon MMX45 Expedition

Discussion in 'Future Yachts; Concept Boats' started by Yacht News, Nov 18, 2019.

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  1. MMX45 Expedition From Malcolm McKeon
    The MMX45 from Malcolm McKeon is one of those new designs that is actually practical to build as well as utilize in the environment it was designed for. Anyone knowing Malcolm McKeon's designs are well aware they are meant for big adventure cruising in tough conditions while providing a luxury platform for the owner and guests. This latest design, the MMX45 (45-meter) is at least anticipated to be able to roam for 4,500 to 5,000 nautical miles at around 11 to 12-knots.
  2. At these more sedate speeds ocean crossings are not beyond the MMX45 in theory. Should you require a bit more speed, the top end is calculated to be 18-knots. As a result of the type of yacht the aft main deck is reserved for whatever plethora of tenders and support craft that can be safely stowed. Basically RIBS, PWCs, a small submarine are all game here.
  3. A crane situated on the back of the upper deck serves the aft main deck area and its tenders. It appears there is accommodation for guests in three cabins. The owner's suite is separate from the guests and is on the forward end of the main deck. At 45-meters it also comes in under the 500 GT threshold easily.

    For more information:

    Malcolm McKeon Design
    Seaforth House Bath Road
    Lymington SO41 3RW UK

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