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Shipyard

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Mazarin owns one of the world’s leading shipyards in China.

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Mazarin shipyard, the dreamland

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Designer is setting the layout of interior.

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Daily meeting to monitor the production process on real time.                         Support from German engineers team for high quality.

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Colorful drawings on the wall.                                                                           Precise construction schedule.

Modern Facility

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Yacht Assembly Workshop: The PU coating of 72 & 66 ft yachts is completed. Exterior& Interior are currently being finalized.

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FRP molding workshop: Lower right: the keel of 66ft yacht has been finished, ready for installation. Upper left: the mold of 72ft hull to be applied.

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The mold of 66ft hull (All-new model).

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The mold of 72ft hull.

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The foredeck & flybridge of 66ft are partially completed.

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The mold of 72ft hull.

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The hull and bulkheads of 70ft sailing yacht is completed (All-new model).

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The hull of 72 ft is completed, currently under furnished.

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The hull of 72ft yacht is completed. Interior is in progress.

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66ft yacht is getting finishing touches.

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66ft&72ft yachts side by side.


Top equipment center

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German HOMAG CNC milling machine.

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CNC mold engraving machine.                                               Exterior panels are processed on CNC mold engraving machine

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Venner Incision machine.                                                                    Hot Press Veneering machine.

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German HOMAG veneer sander.                                                           Furniture assembly station.


German professionals 

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Professional painting technicians from Germany are painting the hull with PU.

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Topcoat check.Quality is strictly controlled.

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Engineers communicating  about the details.

Passion for perfection

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FRP Process Station.                                                                    Yacht exterior polishing at surface treatment station.

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Panel checking on board.                                                     Mold polishing at mold station.

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Shape scraping at mold station.                                                            Furniture  fine adjustment at interior workshop.

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Carpenter is drawing lines on the ladder and reshaping it accordingly.                    Air conditioning installation on board.

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Mold amendment at mold station.

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Checking the quality of edge banding Done by CNC.                                    Sofa base dimensions  measured at GRP station.

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The bonding of hull and keel is in progress.

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Leather upholstery with silk floss and sponge.                              Strict inspection on wrapping.

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Carefully checking the decoration stitches of console.                            Drawings of upholstery panels and material application.

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Advanced CNC sewing machine.     Double open  stitches test.      Strict leather selection process.      Leather stitching check.


Combining the excellent marine building experience with the highest quality products, We believe: Details make Perfect!

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Renowned German polishing equipments: MIRKA abrasive paper and sanding machine.

German metering needle cylinder for chemical material products.

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Carbon fiber for exterior decoration.                                       Advanced FRP processing craftsmanship. 

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Innovative application of the latest version of engine switch.                      Strict implementation of paint formula. 

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Cleanness is everywhere

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Global supports

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German yacht interior designer: Holger Henn.                                 German electrician engineer:Wolfgang Kieth.

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German yacht designer:Frank Neubelt.                                            Italian yacht interior designer:Christian Grande.

Beyond expectation

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