An American company, Lazzara Yachts has focused on building quality yachts since the 1980s in Tampa, Florida. Three generations of the Lazzara family have brought together diverse expertise for semi-custom and composite luxury yachts in the 64- to 130-foot range.
A reconfiguration of the company in 2015 ensured the company’s success under the Avanti Ocean Group as Lazzara Custom Yachts and Tampa Marine Services. Lazzara Custom Yachts set a focus on yacht builds and Tampa Marine Services as a refit and maintenance facility. The first generation began in the 1970s with boat-builder Vince Lazzara, a sailboat manufacturer.
From Express to Catamarans, Lazzara Meets Boaters Needs
Lazzara Yachts are built to meet a variety of maritime needs, with diverse models including express yachts, sport yachts, motor yachts, ultra-high-volume vessels, and catamarans.
• Lazzara LSX 67
The LSX 67 is designed with oversized hull windows for superb light. This 67-foot (20.4m) luxury yacht is a comfortable ride, the Volvo twin IPS 1200 engines (optional 1350s) reach a top speed of 42 knots and cruise at 36 knots with 766 gallons (2900 liters) in the tank.
Lounge areas are versatile and can be expanded forward and aft and the overall design affords easy launch capabilities for a jet-ski or tender off the open transom. Port and starboard teak steps add to access and safety onboard. An electric sunroof opens to the stars on the top deck. This model’s 16-foot (4.9m) beam and a 4-foot 6-inch (1.4m) draft allow for ample storage and a full-beam stateroom. Several configuration options are available - either six guest cabins and three staterooms or eight guest cabins and four staterooms.
• Lazzara LSX 85
Taking the best of technology and innovation from two top Lazzara models, the LSX 85 meets both express and sport yacht owner expectations by integrating highlights of the LSX 67 and the LSY95.
At 84-feet 6-inches (25.74m) overall length, the optimal use of space was a design priority using the entire 20-foot beam. Teak patio doors fold down to port and starboard to expand access to the entertainment area on the transom and fold-out doors are also on the forward lounge, sun pad, and galley lounge balcony. The feel of spaciousness continues with a sliding glass door in the master suite and main deck, as well as two gull-wing doors. Guest cabins are aft and a full-beam master is at the stern. The crew are housed at the bow with two berths and heads.
A comfortable cruiser, the Lazzara LSX 85 has a draft of 5-feet 2-inches (1.57m) and triple Volvo IPS 1200 engines come standard to power to top speed of 42 knots with cruising speed of 35 knots with 1250 gallons (4731 liters) of fuel.
• Lazzara LSY 95
At 95-feet (29m) the Lazzara LSY 95 makes use of every bit of the 20-foot 8-inch (6.3m) beam. Triple Volvo IPS 1200 engines come standard with the option for Volvo 1350s. A deep-V hull and carbon fiber throughout the vessel increase efficiency and the 4-foot 10-inch (1.47m) draft makes for a nice ride. The LSY 95 can reach a top speed of 32 knots with comfortable cruising at 28 knots with 1,700 gallons (6,435 liters) in the fuel tank.
Two crew cabins are located forward with extra access from a helm station staircase. Ten guests enjoy plenty of privacy in five staterooms - one a full-beam master suite, each with en-suite head and ample storage. This configuration with crew forward allows for privacy and the option to charter the yacht.
On deck, an extendable electric sunshade from the flybridge adds protection from elements, and a sufficient garage houses a tender or personal watercraft.
• Lazzara LSY 120
Lazzara’s LSY 120 features loads of oversized hull windows for a distinctive design that integrates nature and luxurious amenities at the same time in this 120-foot (36.5m) yacht. The epoxy and eGlass fiberglass composite construction optimizes the weight and space of the 23-foot 8-inch (7.2m) beam. Three cabins for six crew members, as well as five staterooms for 10 guests, allow for private or charter use. Lazzara boasts that the LSY 120 is the only sport yacht to have two side balconies.
• Lazzara LMY 125
Under construction in 2020, the LMY 125 is Lazzara’s largest model yet at 38 meters with a 26-foot (8m) beam and a 6-foot 6-inch (1.98m) draft. Equipped with standard twin MTU 16v 2000 M96L engines, this yacht enjoys a smooth ride at a top speed of 26 knots and cruises at 22 knots with 7,500 gallons (28,390 liters) of fuel in the tank.
Ultra High Volume UHV
• Lazzara UHV 87
The UHV 87 is Lazzara’s 26.5-meter ultra high volume yacht that uses every bit of the 23-and-a half foot beam (7.17m) in this 170 gross ton full-displacement design. Extensive use of glass, including floor-to-ceiling windows, sliding doors, and a glass bulwark add to the spaciousness of this epoxy eGlass and carbon composite construction yacht.
Cruising is safe with a well-thought-out helm station and a 180-degree elevated navigator view. Standard twin Volvo D11-720 BHP engines (optional D13-1000 BHP) and twin Cummins Onan 27 kW generators create a smooth ride to a top speed of 16 knots and cruising speed of 12 knots. About 3,082 gallons (11,670 liters) in the fuel tank allows for a cruising range of more than 2,000 nautical miles.
The galley includes full-size Miele appliances and the captain and engineers will appreciate the clear layout of piping and wiring for efficient maintenance and service. Models include several layout options, a configuration with the master suite on the main deck and a salon on the upper deck or a master on the upper deck and a country kitchen on the main deck.
• Lazzara UHV 100
With even more exterior and interior space than the UHV 87, the Lazzara UHV 100 fills out the upper, main, and forward decks. Several model options include a master terrace on the aft upper deck with the master suite on the second deck, this creates an expansive galley on the main deck, as well as a country kitchen or a configuration with the master suite on the main deck. Five staterooms house 10 guests and three cabins employ five crew. The 30.5m luxury yacht boasts a beam of nearly 24-feet (7.2m) with a draft of 5-feet 3-inches (1.6 m).
• Lazzara UHV 125
The UHV 125 is versatile and voluminous, and design options take advantage of every bit of the 38-meter length and nearly 29-foot (8.7m) beam of the epoxy and eGlass composite construction. Models vary with added amenities including jacuzzis or davits on deck. Accommodations can place the master suite and country kitchen in several locations, as well as the five guest cabins. Seven crew are housed in a captain’s cabin in the bridge and four cabins.
• Lazzara LPC 85
The LPC 85 (25.9m) packs a lot of luxury into the 35-foot (10.6m) beam of this 180 gross ton luxury power catamaran. The spaciousness is enhanced with sliding glass doors to port, starboard, and aft, as well as glass bulwarks. The ample deck area allows for a tender up to 26 feet (8m) and up to four personal watercraft. Accommodations include a full-beam master stateroom with port and starboard fold-out balconies, cabins for ten guests, and rooms for five crew.
• Lazzara LPC 70
Lazzara’s LPC 70 luxury power catamaran accommodates 10 guests in four suites and three crew in two cabins. The master suite expands with a starboard fold-out balcony and sliding glass doors add to access and space at the port, starboard, and aft positions. The 27-foot (8.2m) beam allows for the storage of an 18-foot tender (5.4m) and two personal watercraft.