This 23.5-meter motoryacht
bears design by Nick Mezas
and has a streamlined let slender cross-section. She sports a 6.30-meter overall beam even though is a little tight generally, on a 23.5-meter yacht
will appear to be adequate.
The yacht sits on a two deck layout with lower deck and main deck. There is an open-air sundeck with the forward portion shaded by a hardtop. Accommodation is expected to be for up to eight guests onboard with four cabins available. The largest room is the master suite which is located midships and easily characterized from the outside by the Moonen-like symbol windows. The master suite is set out interestingly with the large bed oriented on a 45-degree angle breaking the tradition of following along the length of the yacht. There seems to be a VIP-type suite located in the bow carrying an equally as large bed as the master suite. The other cabins are twin-berth suites.
The layout on the main deck is free-flowing by alienating the seating to port and starboard of the deck thus keeping along the centerline of the yacht free and uncluttered. The saloon is towards the aft section of the yacht and features a built-in settee on the port side capable of seating all eight guests. Midships is the formal dining area holding the starboard side. The set-up cleverly utilizes the an L-shaped settee to the inner side of the table and four chairs on the outer side to meet the yacht's compliment for eight guests.
The Moonen 24-meter Mallorca is envisioned to be powered by twin 662kw engines. Top speed is 20-knots at half load but if economy is the mission, she can slowly sail at 10-knots and achieve a 1,000 nautical mile range. Bump it up to around 15-knots and this meets her cruising speed at 85% RPM. Fuel capacity is 6,000 liters and tanks for approximately 2,000 liters of fresh water. The Nick Mezas Mallorca design is a sleek pocket-sized yacht capable of sprint speeds or taking it easy. Her layout is over two internal decks and an open sundeck.