The Lazzara LSY 120 is a 120-foot luxury motor yacht with a flybridge that is due to be launched by the iconic Florida-based yacht-building company Lazzara Yachts in 2023. One of the longest hulls ever built by this innovative firm boasts an ultra-fine entry, super-sharp lines throughout and curved, mullioned windows for a unique and futuristic look. Tailor-made for the guest who enjoys al-fresco relaxation and sun-kissed entertaining, this vessel boasts a trio of unique outdoor lounges, not to mention a pair of fold-out bulwark terraces, sliding glass doors and a sunroof to bring the outside indoors.
The flybridge is framed by a tinted windscreen that traces the sides of the deck and is topped only by a glazed canopy that sits above the upper helm. You will find a pair of rear-facing sunpads, a wet- bar, an L-shaped sofa, space to dine and two piloting seats on this level, along with a dashboard fully equipped with the latest navigational tech.
While the foredeck may be an afterthought on many yachts it is likely to be one of the most popular destinations on this sleek vessel. A jacuzzi is positioned up near the bow so that you can sip bubbles while sitting in the spa pool and looking out towards the horizon. The jacuzzi is surrounded by a pair of curving chaise-longues in chic ultra-leather and a Portuguese Bridge-style sofa with a timber table. To the rear there is a partially shaded aft-cockpit with a dining sofa, a wet-bar with a grill, a pair of side sofas, a transom lounge sofa, an elevated transom sunpad and side steps down to a hydraulic swimming platform and a capacious tender garage.
Clean and contemporary interiors present a minimalist and modern design ethos, with pale timber flooring contrasting with darker lacquered panels, gold highlights and marble surfaces. There is room for a set of sofas, cabinets, a walk-in bar with an art-deco feel as well as a formal dining table for up to eight guests. At the front of the main deck there is a helm station with the very latest steering and piloting gear, sitting deftly beneath a glazed electronic sunroof that allows you to let the sun and breezes in.
There is room for up to 10 guests across 5 en-suite staterooms on the lower-deck, with rooms benefiting from exotic timber surrounds, deluxe carpeting, plenty of storage, angled mullion glazing, good head clearance and bathrooms in marble or granite. The master stateroom on this level impresses with full-beam dimensions and an opening hull-wall that transforms into a cocktail terrace floating just inches above the waterline. A galley with country-kitchen dimensions, Miele appliances and a dining lounge also sits on this level and is the second room down here to benefit from a pop-out gunwale that turns into a sea-side breakfast balcony.
With a triple-set of 2000MHP MTU diesel engines you can expect this yacht to reach beastly top speeds of up to 30 knots with consistent cruising speeds of 26 knots. A fuel tank holding 4,000 gallons should keep you out on the water for days on end while exploring sparkling coastal waters.