Ziacanaia is a 30.95m yacht built and launched by the Italian shipyard Custom Line.
This 101.54ft motor yacht offers flexible accommodation for up to 8 guests in 4 cabins comprising a master suite, one VIP cabin, one double cabin and one twin cabin. In addition, she is also capable of carrying up to 5 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
Ziacanaia features exterior and interior design by Zuccon International Project, while her naval architecture was developed by Custom Line in-house naval architects to RINA rules and in compliance with MCA regulations.
Built with a GRP hull and superstructure and with teak decks, she benefits from a semi-displacement hull to provide exceptional seakeeping and impressive speeds.
Powered by twin MAN engines, she cruises at 16 knots and reaches a maximum speed of 20 knots with a range of up to 1,600 nautical miles at 10 knots. Fitted with at-anchor stabilizers, she provides guests and crew the advantage of a roll-free on board experience.
Her bespoke fittings and design ensure guests can explore the ocean’s wonders in style, comfort and total safety.
As well as sauna and gym, Ziacanaia boasts an impressive array of outstanding amenities for truly out-of-this-world vacations that you’ll never forget.
Though extensively refitted twice since delivery, proper maintenance goes a long way in keeping this pride and joy looking great.
To remove her first signs of age, expert repainting is the key to making her look like new again. This is why she’s been left into the capable hands of Palumbo Superyachts Ancona to attain the very best finish.
Painting fiberglass boats requires selecting the type of paint first, then making sure the surface has been properly prepped, and taking due care during the application.
So, in these circumstances the Palumbo team firstly remove all hardware (like rails, cleats, and vents) and repair any surface imperfections like chips or dings, before preparing the surface by washing, de-waxing and thoroughly sanding it. Then, they apply the primer and the paint.
This apparently quite easy job is actually a rather complex process involving a few crucial steps for the job to be done professionally. Here are few tips from the Palumbo team: good prep work, accurate de-waxing, ensuring that temperature and humidity are correct and consistent throughout the entire timeframe, and following the manufacturer’s instructions to a tee, being sure to allow the proper amount of cure-time between coats.
By the time Ziacanaia sets sail again she’ll be undisputedly looking her best!