"Thoughtful design, finely executed, gives the MJM 40z a unique character," commented Dennis Caprio in his 3 page feature in the latest, March 2010, issue. Just how quiet running the 40z is with its IPS drives can be seen in the dB(A) readings recorded which didn't didn't get out of the 70's until the boat was well over 30 knots. Read more..
Alex Falk of Marblehead has been enjoying the process of witnessing his 40z #12 CYDONIA being built about 30 minutes away in East Boston at Boston BoatWorks. Click on the link below to follow progress with him, to pick up some pointers on iPhone Apps and see some good America’s Cup pics. Read more..
The April 2010 Downeast Special issue of Passagemaker magazine features the 40z on the cover and in an 8 page article. The 40z has caught the attention of trawler owners interested in more speed, exceptional fuel economy, versatility of use, lower maintenance and ease of handling. Read more..
The July issue of SOUNDINGS has a 4-page feature article that's a must read! It's a very well researched piece on Boston BoatWorks and MJM, titled "The art of high-tech powerboats". Read more..
Following up on the successful launch of the 40z in 2009 (Next available hull is #15), MJM announces introduction of the Doug Zurn designed 36z which makes many desirable features of the 40z available to owners who don't plan extended living aboard. Among these are twin Volvo D3, 5 cylinder, 170 hp or 220 hp diesel engines. Read more..
MJM announces a new feature for the 36z. A large Island Berth similar to that on the 40z - in lieu of the wrap-around lounge that converts with filler to a large V-Berth. Read more..
Billy Black gets the most incredible shots. Here's one showing the single level deck of the 36z, taken with Bob Johnstone (hiding in the head at this moment) in early morning during the Ft. Read more..