The 46-metre motor yacht Qing (ex: Mazu) has come onto the market. Built in 2011 by the Hong Kong-based shipyard Cheoy Lee, she has a volume of 485 GT and features an exterior design from the drawing boards of Ron Holland. Boasting an impressive range of 6,600 nautical miles at a cruising speed of ten knots, Qing is a long-distance vessel capable of transoceanic cruising.
Qing was refitted in 2019 and now features a new coat of exterior paint and a new engine room, as well as freshened interiors and serviced mechanical systems.
With her interior a creation of KCA International, Qing is characterised by her versatile interior layout. Qing offers space for eight guests spread across a three-room owner suite, two double cabins, and one twin cabin. The onboard gym provides additional accommodation for the ninth guest acting as an extra cabin.
On board yacht Qing for sale, her contemporary decor is complemented by a timeless, oriental influence. The interior spaces such as the saloon and staterooms offer natural light through multi-level lighting and simple window treatments. The main deck features a formal dining area and breakfast bar overlooking the aft deck. Additional features include a steam shower, an aft swimming platform, and foredeck space for outdoor relaxation.
To minimise vibrations while cruising, yacht Qing for sale boasts ‘floating’ flooring as well as anchor stabilisers. Her retractable Schottel pump jet bow thruster can act as a secondary engine, while her red, full displacement hull is easily driven, providing exceptional manoeuvrability and responsiveness.