It seems like yesterday when I wrote about a new boat and a new company that were challenging the American standard (actually the June 1994 issue of Yachting). Then the boat was a 76-footer built by Lazzara Yacht Corporation. While the company can no longer be branded an upstart, its new 68-footer is proof that brothers Brad and Dick Lazzara are still thinking out of the box. Even back then the Lazzara name wasn't new to boating. Brad and Dick's father, Vince, helped pioneer large fiberglass yacht construction. Today, Brad focuses on business and Dick oversees the creative and technical aspects of yacht building. In 1994 I respectfully labeled Dick a dreamer. His approach to problem solving was, in his own words, "risky."