Boutique Florida Builder Set to Shake Up Miami with New LSX 67
Luxury manufacturer Lazzara Yachts is already starting to build hype for 2023. The Florida-based builder has announced plans to unveil their all-new LSX 67 at the upcoming Miami International Boat Show in February.
The Lazzara brand may be relatively unknown to the mainstream boating crowd, but you can expect that to change in the coming year.
The new LSX 67 boasts an LOA of 67' with a 16' beam and a relatively shallow 4'9" draught. One of her most noticeable features is an ultra-impressive fold-down patio at the stern. Once lowered, it creates an expansive lounge with access to the water. The open cockpit and transom also create ample space for social time, moving throughout the deck, and to create a handy platform for PWC or tender storage and launching.
Teak accents are extremely prominent throughout the boat and make their most significant impact on the stairwells at both port and starboard. A raised deck also features teak flooring with adaptable seating and a lounging configurations. Teak walkways leading to the bow lounge open up more space for entertaining. A massive U-shape couch accommodates an al-fresco dining area as well.
Adjacent to the cockpit are teak steps leading to the aft entrance to the master suite, which boasts a full beam stateroom with massive amounts of storage. In a revolutionary design move, the full-beam master suite has direct access to the aft deck entertainment area and beach club via two glass sliding doors. This access to the master suite also creates a unique view of the water from the centreline berth. The doors also link with oversized hull windows to allow huge amounts of natural light into the lower deck and master ensuite.
A sturdy hardtop connects with the electric sunroof to open and reveal the open sky, which further adds available light throughout the boat. A second set of stairs adjacent to the helm lead to the lower deck salon and galley which is complete with all necessary amenities. Two additional staterooms provide space for guests and/or a captain, one featuring a double berth and the other with dual over/under bunks.
Power on the LSX 67 will be provided via standard twin diesel Volvo IPS 1200 engines pushing 1200 horsepower each. Her top speed is an impressive 35 knots (40 mph). She can also be upgraded to dual Volvo IPS 1350 engines if you choose.
The LSX 67 was designed at Lazarra's Tampa, Florida headquarters but is being manufactured in Turkey by their parent company Euro Marine Group.
She will be available in the traditional white colour, but also in Lazarra Blue, which will be a unique option only for the Limited Edition LSX 67.
You can watch the first launching of the LSX 67 in the video below: