The Lazzara LMY 125 is a 125-foot luxury super-yacht that is due to be launched by the award-winning Florida-based yacht-building firm Lazzara Yachts in 2023. One of the largest hulls to ever be constructed at the Lazzara facility, this vessel is set to make waves with its ultra-modern form, sleek curves and deluxe, contemporary living spaces. A true ocean-going yacht with a category A semi-displacement hull, a wave-piercing double-height bow and set of powerful engines, the LMY 125 is perhaps Lazzara’s most ambitious launch to date.
A semi-open flybridge lined in exotic timber boasts a circular spa-pool jacuzzi at the rear that is flanked by a three-seater sunpad, with room further forward for a set of hook-shaped conversation sofas surrounding twin coffee tables. Moving forward you will find a formal dining table and an outdoor helm station, while a companionway door leads into an enclosed pilot-house perfect for all-weather piloting. This space comes with a map-desk and the sort of comprehensive piloting dashboard you may expect from a cruise ship, set to be fitted with the latest in navigational technology.
At the front of the main-deck you will encounter a huge foredeck lounge with a C-shaped forward sofa in Ultra-leather that is paired with a long timber-topped dinner table and positioned across from a quadruple width sunpad where guests can relax in unimpeded sunshine for hours on end. Fluted bulwarks open up extra space for cocktail terraces as you move down the side-decks, while in the sheltered aft-cockpit there is a transom dining sofa, a table and a marble-topped walk-in wet-bar with chilled storage, a sink and an ice-chipper. Two sets of side steps lead down to a full-beam bathing platform ideal for setting off on snorkeling trips, while the tender garage down here is one of the most capacious on the market, boasting space for a large dinghy or a pair of jet-skis.
Unashamedly modern interiors with a clean and minimalist look feature neutral tones throughout, with pale oak or grey carpeting paired with white leather sofas, marble surfaces and a trio of sliding glass doors to the sides and aft. There is space for two sofas, four armchairs and a bespoke black glass coffee table in the lounge, while further forward there is room for cabinetry and a formal dining table for up to ten guests to enjoy lavish meals. A bulkhead separates this space from the galley, where Corian countertops and an L-shaped dinette sofa meet high-end cooking appliances. The owner’s stateroom sits at the front of this level, enjoying panoramic glazing, a starboard-side pop-out cocktail terrace, a walk-in dressing room, an enclosed office, a side sofa, a king-sized island bed, cushioned wall panels and a full-beam bathroom with a wet-room shower and a tub as well his-and-hers sinks. There are four more en-suite staterooms on the lower-deck, bringing the total overnight occupancy to ten, while a separate crew quarters to the bow with its own kitchen and bathroom facilities sleeps five.
Though a hefty vessel this is a supremely quick mover across the water, with top speeds of 26 knots coming courtesy of twin MTU 16V 2000 M96L diesel shaft-drive engines. Cruising speeds of 22 knots will rarely be matched by vessels in this class, while a fuel tank holding 7,500 gallons of diesel will prove vital for those long globe-trotting trips that are this yacht’s specialty.