Built by Baglietto in 1988, Captain Z’s sleek lines and her timeless design have kept her looking modern, and her Italian pedigree is evident in all her fine finishes.
Designed by Stefano Righini, up to eight guests can be accommodated in four spacious ensuite cabins, with a master, two doubles and a twin. Captain Z boasts a relaxed yet classy interior with light furnishings, classical styling and nautical details, with this theme extended to the outside spaces with elegant nautical stripes on the outdoor soft furnishings and awnings. The main salon is a light and generous space with extensive seating options, including roomy leather sofas, and a dining set up for eight. Elegant furnishings are complemented by artwork to create a welcoming vibe. The modern galley is in easy reach of this key guest area, ensuring seamless service.
Outdoor spaces include the main aft deck, which is the perfect spot for enjoying al fresco meals thanks to the large built in sofa and seating with a dining table. For a more intimate gathering, guests can retreat to the private space on the main forward deck. One level up, the covered sun deck is a popular exterior gathering space, with ample padded seating and a dining table that can seat all the yacht’s guests. The beautiful views of the ocean from this space make it popular any time of the day or night. A ladder-accessed swim platform allows guests to enjoy the ocean and the huge variety of toys and tenders Captain Z carries.
Powered by twin MTU 2820kw engines, Captain Z cruises at 24 knots, with maximum speeds of 28 knots and a cruising range of 2200 nm. She also features a modern stabilization system to ensure high levels of comfort for guests.
Captain Z offers a large amount of quality yacht at an attractive price, with high-quality construction work and Italian craftsmanship inside and out. Currently residing in Greece, she is ready to go island hopping or venture further into the Mediterranean, exploring the coastline all the way to the French Riviera.