The Lazzara Breeze 76 is a spectacular 76.5-foot long-range cruiser first introduced by the Tampa-based yacht firm Lazzara Yachts in 2011. An impressive blend of tradition and cutting-edge design, this yacht is sure to impress onlookers and guests alike, with tastefully futuristic lines and generous square hull windows.
This yacht was built for large-scale entertaining. On this yacht, you can afford to be generous, easily fitting 25-35 people for cocktail parties and celebratory buffets. Guests will be in awe as soon as they step aboard the substantial swim platform. Once they reach the aft cockpit (accessed via two port and starboard stairways on either side of the transom garage), they’ll be greeted by a sociable dinette that seats up to six, perfect for intimate sunset meals. Wide side-decks lead to another dining and lounging area at the bow, where guests can enjoy a cold glass of Pinot Grigio as the sea breeze gently tousles their hair.
The salon is a tour-de-force in opulent design, with an enormous U-shaped seating area to port that comfortably fits 10 people. A large coffee table serves this area, with two armchairs on either side of a tasteful teak sideboard to starboard. A formal dining area sits just forward, a resolutely separate space that still remains open to the rest of the salon (you really can have it all).
The galley, which would inspire envy even on land, can be found forward still. A popular country kitchen-style design, this space features an enormous refrigerator with icemaker, granite countertops, a four-burner cooktop, a Krups coffeemaker, upper and lower storage cabinet, and stainless-steel appliances such as a microwave-convection oven. An island with two stainless-steel will give any chef a culinary edge, with plenty of workspace to spare. An expandable dinette table with storage and two barstools and a breakfast bar are sure to tempt you out for a coffee. An optional lower helm station with a Treben chair, electric slider, steering wheel, CMD joystick, and stabilizer control can be installed to starboard. To port of the galley is an easily accessed day head.
Well-appointed accommodation for up to eight guests and 1-2 crew members can be found below deck across five cabins. An enormous athwartships owner’s suite features a walkaround king bed to port and a starboard settee, perfect for reading or quiet contemplation. Shades over panoramic windows allow as much sun or shade as you desire, while bureaus with soft close drawers, and a walk-in wardrobe with a custom shoe rack provide all the storage your wardrobe needs. A superb en suite bathroom boasts two vessel sinks, a vanity top, beveled mirrors, a full-size enclosed shower with a panel system for multiple body sprays, Headhunter marine toilet, and towel bars, tissue holders, and wall-mounted soap dishes.
Two large guest staterooms can be found to port and starboard, each with a double bed, hanging locker with full-length mirror, nightstand, under-bed storage drawers, and panoramic windows with blinds. Each stateroom has its own private bathroom with a Headhunter marine toilet, custom vanity with marble countertop and vessel sink, and a shower. A forward VIP stateroom features a queen bed, hanging locker, a cabinet with drawers and shelves, a bureau, and under-bed storage. Panoramic windows and a deck hatch allow in natural light. The en suite bathroom offers a shower with a glass enclosure, Headhunter marine toilet, medicine cabinet, vanity with marble countertop and backsplash, and soap, tumbler, and tissue holders.
The crew quarters are found near the engine room and accessed separately via the aft deck. It features a captain’s room with a nightstand, a hanging locker, and access to the engine room. A foyer with storage, a sink, microwave, couch, and LED TV offers your crew much-needed downtime. This space is also equipped with its own head, which features a vanity, shower, and toilet.
Up on the flybridge, you’ll find stunning sunlounges and a large sunpad on the aft deck, perfect for soaking up the rays of the midday sun. Forward and sheltered beneath the optional hardtop is a full L-shaped teak bar to starboard that would not look out of place in Paris or Turin. Equipped with a sink and optional bar stools, refrigerator, and icemaker, this spot has everything you need to relax in comfort and style. Six cubbies for towels are built into the side, just one of the thoughtful details aboard this yacht. To port, you’ll find a large and sumptuous sofa wrapped around a teak dining table. Seating up to nine, this space is ideal for gathering close friends and family
The upper helm can be found to port, with a custom double seat that will delight couples and boating partners. Equipped with Nobeltec GPS, plotter with charts, ad IR2 6kW open array radar, this helmstation is truly cutting-edge. Additional standard equipment includes a Sounder Furuno 235DHT transducer, Simrad compass displays, a premium XM satellite weather package, and two large 15-inch LCD Big Bay displays.
The Breeze 76 is powered by three 600hp Cummins Zeus pod drives, with a 20-knot cruising speed. At 10 knots, owner-operators will yield a wide range of 1,100 nautical miles.