The 52m Oceanco superyacht LAZY Z, launched in 1997 and refitted in 2017, is cruising the Bahamas and the Caribbean this winter, currently fully available for the holiday period in either location. Imagine spending that quality time with family and friends, soaking up the warm sunshine, while being pampered by your professional crew of 12. The yacht features naval architecture by Richard Hein, her interior design is the work of The A Group (Monaco). Up to 12 charter guests are accommodated over 6 spectacular cabins.
She has a bespoke elegant interior styling boasting a lovely combination of neutral fabrics that are paired with custom furnishings and beautiful woods. In the main salon a large U-shaped sofa, ottoman and side tables invite guests to relax in comfort, alternatively, if a movie or sports media is preferred, this unique arrangement converts with ease, into a fabulous cinema. Additionally, there is a further enclosed TV room located forward of the salon. An upper sky-lounge has plenty of seating, a wet bar and games table, perfect for socializing.
M/Y LAZY Z certainly delivers on outdoor lifestyle, with something for everyone over 3 decks. The main deck has seating and leads to an extended swim platform, where a plethora of water toys are easily deployed for charter guests’ enjoyment. The upper deck aft hosts alfresco dining in the shade, with a full beam seating area in the sun. The Oceano’s sundeck is well-appointed, complete with a generous jacuzzi wrapped in sunpads, a full-service wet bar and additional sunpads forward.
Accommodation comprises a split-level main deck master stateroom, offering a full beam cabin and upper private lounge with 180-degree views. On the lower deck are 3 queen cabin, 1 twin cabin and a bunk bed cabin, all of which are en-suite. For the fitness in the group, a well-equipped gym is situated on the starboard side in a private room.
Zero speed stabilizers ensure comfort at sea and moored. She is fitted with twin MTU engines and has cruising speeds of 12 knots and top speeds of 16 knots.