Cutter rigged, she was built in GRP by UK yard Oyster Marine to a design by Rob Humphreys and was delivered in 2007 as the personal yacht of the yard's founder, maintained in immaculate condition since delivery. Improvements include new Spectra sails in 2010, new Navtec standing rigging in 2011 and a new generator and upholstery in 2012.
Her interior is in teak and has accommodation for six guests in a master suite, double stateroom and a twin cabin, all with en suite shower facilities.
Zig Zag has excellent volumes for a yacht of her size and can cross oceans in comfort while also being a great passage maker. Under power, a 300hp Caterpillar engine gives her a comfortable cruising speed of 9.5 knots.
Lying in the UK, Zig Zag was asking £1,950,000.