2007 MJM 29' (8.84 m) 29z Downeast
Rockland, Maine, United States
Stepping Out is a well-cared for version of the MJM 29z being yard maintained in the mid-coast region for many years.
Flag of Registry: United States
- Express Cruiser
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: EOU29Z08L607
"Downeast or “lobster yacht” styles have not traditionally been known for being either fuel-efficient or performance-oriented, much less both. And while a lot of Downeast boats do have the reputation for being rugged and sturdy, those attributes usually come at the expense of building a boat that’s heavy. But it’s in all of these areas where the 29z’s DNA breaks completely with tradition." ~ Boats.com
Stepping Out is a well-cared for version of the MJM 29z being yard maintained in the mid-coast region for many years. With just 918 hours on the 240 HP Volvo Pent D4 engine, short seasons in Maine and a knowledgeable owner Stepping Out offers a great opportunity to own one of these exceptional vessels.
Official Number: 1203101
LOA: 32' 6'' (9.91 Meters)
Type: Power- Used
Beam: 10' 2''
Draft Min: 2' 3''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 125 Gallons (473.18 Liters)
Fresh Water: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)
Holding Tank: 20 Gallons (75.71 Liters)
Displacement: 86000 lbs
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- Engine Make: Volvo Penta
- Engine Model: D-4
- Engine Year: 2007
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Stern
- Power HP: 260.00
- Power KW: 193.88
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 918.00
- Hours Date: 10-01-2023
- Engine Location: Middle
"The MJM Yachts 29z (LOA 32.4’) is built without compromise and is the only boat in its class specifically designed to maximize fuel efficiency, with a leading edge, high-tech epoxy wet pre-preg Kevlar/E-glass/Corecell composite laminate, vacuum-bagged and oven-post-cured. This is a building method perfected over 25 years by Boston BoatWorks in building custom racing yachts, including America’s Cup contenders where cost was no object… winning was everything. It’s more costly, but of significantly higher quality. 29z is stronger and lighter than other boats built with conventional fiberglass or SCRIMP construction, primarily because epoxy has 3x the flexural strength of polyester or vinylester resins. Furthermore, 29z is certified by the International Standards Bureau in Brussels, Belgium as a CE Mark Category B Offshore Power Yacht." MJM 29z Brochure
Hull and Deck
- Modified deep-V planing hull with warped deadrise
- 17 Degree deadrise at transom
- Dual lifting strakes
- Chine flats
- Integral swim platform
- Dark Majestic Blue Awlcraft topsides
- Gold cove stripe
- White boot stripe
- Green antifouled bottom
- White gelcoat decks
- Non-skid pattern in buff
- Roll-up side (2) and aft curtains (3) - center with screen
- Stainless bow rail with spotlight and burgee staff
- Downeast hard top model with wrap-around cockpit seating with Blue Sunbrella cushions
- Fully opening forward windshields
- Stainless claw anchor
- Chain and rode
- (2) Rod holders
- (4) Rod storage racks overhead in pilot salon
- Hull opening ports for ventilation
- (2) Opening port lights
- Overhead hatch
The 29z is designed for shared piloting with equal Pompanelle piloting seats, port and starboard.
- Raymarine C120 GPS plotter with radar overlay
- Raymarine ST 6002 linear autopilot
- Raymarine ST 40 depth
- Raymarine Ray215 DSC marine VHF
- Ritchie Powerdamp Plus ships compass
- Volvo Penta engine data display
Pilot Salon Roof
- Raystar GPS
- VHF Antenna
- Raymarine 2 KW radar dome
The 29z is the most fuel efficient 29-footer on the market. Apart from hi-tech construction and good design, a major factor is the Volvo Duo prop (counter rotating props on the same shaft) sterndrive. It is also ideal for shoal water operation; is less subject to damage hitting floating objects; and makes it easier to clear a fouled propeller. Simply hinge the drive up, kneel on the swim platform and reach down to untangle the props. No swimming necessary.
- Volvo D4 4-cylinder 260 HP diesel ~ 918 hours
- Counter-rotating Duo props
- Side-Power SP40s bow thruster
- Lenco trim tabs
- Weaver davits with weaver hoist
- At 1200 RPM, 7.4 knots - 1 gph and 800 nm range
- At 3000 RPM, 26.6 knots - 3.0 gph and 335 nm range
6 Feet of headroom in a 29-footer and still a pretty boat is an amazing design feat. People marvel at the living space below, the large head and galley compared to other 29 footers... or even a 38-foot luxury runabout.
- Gloss varnished teak and holly sole
- Storage shelves over twin berths
- Head with Scanvik spigot/shower and sump
- Polished stainless sinks
- Hanging locker
- Wrap around lounge
- Removable teak table
- (2) Hella Turbo cabin fans
- Poly storage bins under berth
- (4) Halogen reading lights
- Overhead lights
- Frigidaire microwave
- Single basin stainless steel sink
- Seafrost refrigeration
- Corian countertop
- Storage above and below countertop
- Replaced the engine battery with new AGM
- Full service on engine
- Serviced rudder feedback and autopilot
- Replaced two house batteries with 4D AGM
- Installed new idler pulley
- Service drive seals
- Serviced Shift Cable
- Replaced Alternator Cable
Represented by a Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB)
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Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
Scott Woodruff, CPYB
Yacht Broker, CPYB
Scott makes his passion his career. Growing up in a sailing family, Scott was on yachts from an early age cruising Block Island Sound as well as the Maine Coast. Upon entering college, he started racing and was introduced to dinghy sailing where he honed his skills. After college Scott joined the Living Classroom Foundation in Baltimore originally as a volunteer and then as an employee where he taught sailing to inner city youth, assisted with their boat building program and met his wife of 22 years, Alex.
Returning to Maine in 1998, Scott started his professional career in the yachting industry by taking a job with Sun Yachts in Camden, Maine as a Sales Agent. From Camden, Maine Scott worked his way up through the ranks as he moved to Portland, Maine as the Crewed Yacht Supervisor for Stardust. Then on to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands for 7 Years as the Caribbean Yacht Sales Manager for Sunsail. He then moved to Ft Lauderdale, Florida to take on the position of Global Sales Manager for Leopard Catamarans for 7 years. In 2014 Scott returned home again with his family and joined East Coast Yacht Sales taking over the Camden Office and then opening a second office in Belfast, ME.
Scott knows the yachting industry. Having represented and worked with many of the industry leading manufacturers, traveling globally to work with factories on build projects, and working with many of the industryâs leading designers, Scott is well positioned to help buyers and sellers navigate the buying/selling process.