Lazzara Yachts will soon replace its long-standing LSX92 model with the one shown here, the LSX95.
Like the LSX92, the LSX95 features sleek, sporty lines with a fixed hardtop. The primary differences between the two are the fact that the flying bridge is longer on the newer model, and the inside helm has been eliminated. The latter allowed Lazzara to devote more room to relaxation in the saloon.
What won’t change with the LSX95 is the atrium-like interior layout and Lazzara’s inclusion of pod propulsion. While the builder hasn’t specified which engine manufacturer’s powerplants will be onboard, Lazzara presently uses both the Volvo Penta IPS system and the CMD Zeus system on its yachts and megayachts. (Lazzara’s offerings begin at 64 feet LOA.) Both systems are proven to be intuitive to use, space-savers, and more fuel efficient than traditional diesels.
The first LSX95 yacht is being built for a client who plans to keep her in Fort Lauderdale. The owner is further a repeat buyer, having had two Lazzaras previously. Delivery will be within the next 12 months.
In related news, Lazzara also plans to deliver an LSX64 and LMY64 (the latter being a more traditional motoryacht model) within the same time period.