Benetti has shared details and photos of the 65m Zazou, whose owner’s sporty lifestyle has been reflected in a spectacular 36m-long, 200sqm sun deck devoted to relaxing, entertaining, socialising — and sport.
The sun deck includes a counter-current swimming pool in the bow and a gym area fitted out with high-end professional equipment. There’s also a dining area with a large table seating up to 14 guests for big get-togethers, a bar area and an aft sun pad that can be converted into a scenic open-air cinema.
The yacht features a Carinthia Blue steel and aluminium hull by Italy’s Giorgio M. Cassetta, and an interior by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design.
The Dutch studio and the owner worked closely to customise the furnishings. Exotic marble and a selection of over 120 types of wood, plus refined leathers, fabrics and natural materials with a variety of textures, are combined to create “sophisticated but comfortable interior settings”.
Muted colours with sky blue accents, contrasting finishes and original details are also used by the owner to create a welcoming atmosphere.
The sky lounge on the upper deck is integrated into the exterior spaces in the stern, all furnished with custom pieces. Inside, on the same deck, a massage room that can be converted into a double cabin precedes a spacious, modern wheelhouse with integrated Furuno dashboard, the ship office, captain’s cabin and pantry.
Aft on the main deck is an open area set aside for relaxation. In the interiors, the big, light-filled day area midships is decorated with pale colours and can be transformed into a hi-tech screening room. The owner’s suite consists of a lounge with a TV, double wardrobe, large bed with a second TV and, to port, a generous bathroom with shower plus a private balcony reached through a sliding door.
The extensive beach area on the lower deck boasts two openings: one in the stern providing access to the swim platform and another to port that becomes a second space at the water’s edge. In the beach club interiors, a lounge area with low table, sofa and armchair is joined by a closed space in which to store the water toys.
The night area midships provides three double cabins and one guest cabin. Also on this deck, but in a separate area, is the modern galley, while the quarters for the 14 crew members are forward in the bow.
This article first appeared on Yacht Style.
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