Launched around mid-September 2015, Lucy Z is the hull number 4 of the sleek Sunreef 74 line.
Lucy Z combines all the advantages one can draw from owning a large, freshly-built catamaran with the spirit of a classy traditional yacht. She lets you enjoy massive living space, stability, shallow draft and is rigged with cutting edge gear, yet once you step aboard you may feel as if you have embarked on a cruise back in time. The reason for this is the tremendous amount of effort put into the boat’s aesthetics. Lucy Z’s unique design is the fruit of a close collaboration between Sunreef’s in-house design office lead by its Director – Joanna Szulc and Dana Avriel – designer and architect appointed by the Client for the project. Knowing the Owner’s passion for culture and history for having worked with him before, Dana’s role was to come up with ideas for an authentic marine aspect both to the boat’s exterior and interior.
Lucy Z stands out with her dark grey hulls, keeping the boat’s exterior feel in sync with nature and giving the hulls a gentle tone reminiscent of seaweed and the oceans’ depths. The same principle applies to the boat’s superstructure. The light grey found there is coincident with the greys of the skies so as to keep the yacht in visual unity with the elements.
Lucy Z’s interiors – entirely clad in elegant dark wood, will usher you into a majestic back-in-time travel. The cabins and saloon feature a finishing inspired from classic yacht designs with navy-marine upholstery and bed linings combined with brass décor elements. The light and airy saloon with its panoramic windows features an upright acoustic Yamaha piano installed in the front part of the room. Lucy Z is ready to host a large number of guests with her spacious 12-seat table, a set of 2 poufs and widespread sofa. The fully equipped galley at portside can be accessed both from the main cabin and cockpit.
Lucy Z has a comfortable cabin distribution perfect for lengthy cruises among friends and family. The starboard hull features a large Owner’s cabin with a double bed, a reading corner, large dressing and make-up desk. The yacht is also fitted with two large VIP cabins, both comprising double beds, desks and wardrobes. The portside crew cabin will sleep three crew members on two single beds and an additional Pullman. Additional accommodation for crew is also available in the forepeaks.
The sundeck is equipped with a large dining table with adjustable height to enjoy meals in the shade and sit back with a drink in hand. The cockpit features a dining teak table, a fridge, ice maker and a sink. Near the saloon entrance, a small coffee table is placed to enjoy your time outside on the L-shaped cockpit sofa.
Credit: Ocean of News.