About Lazzara LSX92 Yacht
Luxury yacht LSX 92 by Lazzara Yachts is a beautiful sporty vessel, representing luxury, convenience, as well as quality. She provides elegant and comfortable accommodation in 4 lovely staterooms. There is also space for her crew, sleeping in 2 crew cabins.
Luxury motor yacht LSX92 by Lazzara Yachts
Superyacht LSX92 is powered by four Volvo IPS 900 diesel engines, reaching an impressive top speed of 31 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots. Her beam is of 6,4m (21′), while her draft is of 2,82m (9’3”).
Technical Specifications of the Lazzara LSX92 Yacht:
Size and weight
L MAX = overall length (Std. ISO 8666): 91′′8” (27.42 m)
LWL = waterline length (Std. ISO 8666): 72′ (21.95 m)
Beam: 21′(6.4 m)
Draft: 4′ 10”(1.47 m)
Freeboard fwd: 9’3”(2.82 m)
Freeboard aft: 6′’5”(1.95 m)
Height above water to SAT-TV: 19’8”(6 m)
Deadrise at Transom: 12 degrees
Accommodations Owner/Guests/Crew 4 staterooms + 2
Displacement (half load): 136,000 lbs (61,690 kg)
Fuel capacity: 1700 gal. (6435 l)
Water capacity: 350 gal (1438 l)
Waste Holding Capacity: 250 gal (644 l)
Main Engines and transmissions: 4 Volvo IPS 900 Systems
Generator: 2 x Onan 27.5kw
Maximum speed: 31 knots
Cruising speed: 25 knots
Below is a gallery for the superb charter yachts built by Lazzara.
To be held at the Gold Coast Yacht and Country Club from May 10 to 12, the Hong Kong Gold Coast Boat Show represents the region’s largest mega marine event. Stepping into its 16 consecutive years, the event is set to give more vibrancy as well as versatility with more than 70 exhibitors from various countries, comprising Mainland China, Taiwan, Italy, UK, US, Australia, France, Dubai, Greece, Sweden and Japan, showcasing more than 80 yachts from top brands like Sunseeker, Ocean Blue, Horizon, Technohull, Sassa and more, in value ranging from HK$800,000 to HK$60 million apiece, with a total value of HK$800 million.
Luxury motor yacht Aycer 110 to be the largest yacht on display at the Hong Kong Gold Coast Boat Show 2013
The biggest yacht in the show this year is superyacht Aycer 110 from Sayer Yachts. This 110-foot modern model brings a new concept of comfort, with its beam sized over 23 feet. The sophisticated décor can be customised and combined with the spacious interior, maximising the leisure and entertainment areas while enjoying privacy. With the speed of up to 33 knots, it is a perfect companion for long journey.
Under the spotlight this year is the HK$63 million luxury charteryacht Predator 92, produced by Sunseeker, a famous UK brand featuring in James Bond movies. This top-of-the-range yacht has an eye-catching sleek profile and is equipped with luxurious and spacious cabins. With a cruising speed of 44 knots per hour, Predator 92 can reach Macau from Hong Kong in just 45 minutes.
Sunseeker Predator 92 Sport.png
An outstanding series Horizon E70E from the notable Taiwan brand Horizon is especially popular in Australian and New Zealand market. As one of the Show’s focus this year, E70E retains the modern look with sleek profile of E series, provides spacious design equipped with three exquisite hand crafted suites, foredeck with its massive sunbed and a great seating area. It radiates an elegance of a classy yacht.
Another highlight is the sleek and alluring Novatec 58 Euro yacht. The innovative Dual Salon Design is especially for those who intent to use this boat to entertain guests and VIP. Unlike most boats that have a master suite in one salon, the aft cabin is designed to be a second salon that extends the dinette area and features a full size head and direct access to the swim platform for ease of waters sports.
Equally stunning is the Taiwan built luxurious yacht Dyna 55, which measures over 54 feet. With high performance and advanced equipments of Nobel bow and stern thruster 16hp, hydraulic lifting platform and extension to fly bridge in a sleek profile, it is just alluring.
“Mainland China and Taiwan’s yacht builders are achieving their top-level luxury position by continuously honing their yacht-building technology and introducing modern exterior design. On the other hand, there is a tendency towards large-sized and spacious model among the dealers for the extensive demand of business social activities. These kinds of yacht become the highlights of the show this year,’ said Mr. Albert Wu, General Manager of Gold Coast Yacht and Country Club.
In addition to the stunning marine displays, the organiser has arranged a fabulous catwalk show with top models showcasing TOPSHOP 2013 Spring/Summer collection, which brings the hippest British styles and trends to Hong Kong for the first time with the launch of their store on Queen’s Road Central on 6 June, 2013. What is more, a brand new Aston Martin Rapide S will be displayed on the floating pontoon for exhibition with live band and dance performance to further uplift the ambience.
Details of the Hong Kong Gold Coast Boat Show 2013 are as follows:
Public Admission Date: 11 – 12 May 2013 (Sat-Sun)
Time: 10:00am to 6:00pm
Venue: The Gold Coast Yacht and Country Club (1 Castle Peak Road, Castle Peak Bay)
Admission Fee: HK$20
Highlights: 11 May
2:30pm Opening Ceremony
2:45pm Ribbon Cutting
3:00pm TOPSHOP 2013 Fashion Show
3:20pm Live Music and Dance Performance
The build time of the fully custom 82m motor yacht Graceful will be just 3 years, thanks to a combined project management team consisting of the Owner’s representative, Dörries Maritime Services (DMS) as well as Blohm+Voss. Luxury mega yacht Project Graceful is due to be delivered at the end of this year.
82m Blohm + Voss superyacht Graceful
“The owner’s desire to work with the shipyard has turned out to be a winning solution and we are looking forward to another collaboration with the shipyard soon”, says Werner Dörries, CEO of Dörries Maritime Services.
The sleek exterior and classic interior of superyacht Graceful is designed by H2 Yacht Design. Unique features include an impressive 15m x 3m indoor pool with raising dance floor, as well as a substantial helicopter deck. Accommodations consisting of a duplex master cabin, two VIPs cabins and three guest cabins are laid out for a total of 14 guests and 24 crew. The 82m steel and aluminium yacht Project Graceful is classed to Lloyd’s SS Code and MCA LY2. Twin 2300kW MTU engines will assure a top speed of 18 knots and a range of up to 6,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Currently being completed at the Blohm+Voss facilities in Hamburg with the support of the best industry subcontractors, the 82m luxury yacht Graceful is in her final stages before being put in the water in October.
61m motor yacht Golden Age (YN248) by Hakvoort Shipyard and Diana Yacht Design
The modern but timeless design of superyacht Golden Age, featuring classic lines, is designed by Sinot Design. With a beam of 11 meters the elegant profile is in perfect harmony with all the exterior decks.
61m mega yacht Golden Age - Stairs
Inside the beautiful round stairs from the lower deck up to the bridge deck can be found. These lead through to the dining area and lounge on the main deck. The same deck offers four very royal guest cabins and a VIP-stateroom. All cabins have private bathrooms with a shower and a bath. One deck higher a private deck is created for the owners and is devoted to pure relaxation. The large windows give a feeling of space and stunning panoramic 180° views that simply strengthen the feeling of pleasure. The suite is also equipped with a his/hers bathroom, a master study and a sky lounge. On the sun deck one can do a fitness workout with great views or relax on one of the sunbeds. The Jacuzzi and outdoor shower complete the scope of all that this area of comfort has to offer.
Main Characteristics of the Hakvoort luxury yacht Golden Age (YN248)
Last Saturday, May 4th, saw the World Superyacht Awards 2013 ceremony. All guests looked at their best, women in beautiful dresses, men in black suits and everybody was a bit excited what the evening would unveil. Following a delicious dinner, the awards ceremony began. Featuring naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design, motor yacht Only Now won the World Superyacht Award 2013 as one of the five finalists in the category ‘Two-deck Semi-displacement or Planing Motor Yacht’.
Luxury motor yacht Only Now featuring naval architeture by Diana Yacht Design
Diana Yacht Design hereby want to congratulate the team of Tansu Yachts, they did a great job! Only Now yacht has become an elegant yacht of high quality and Diana Yacht Design are proud that they have been able to contribute to this beautiful yacht.
Taken place in Port Lucaya, Grand Bamahas, from May 3 to 5, this year’s Third Annual Horizon Owner Rendezvous was hosted by Horizon Yacht US dealer. The largest rendezvous gathering yet, the event was attended by nine yachts, ranging in size from 60 to 136 feet.
Third Annual Owner Rendezvous in Grand Bahamas hosted by Horizon
Horizon’s rendezvous weekend kicked off on Friday afternoon with Yacht Hops on board the Horizon E88 (exampled is Mechtilda yacht) and 82’ motor yacht “Sweet Sarah,” followed by a cocktail party at Port Lucaya Marina and dinner at the popular Flying Fish restaurant. The Horizon V74 luxury yacht “Satori” had owners and guests on board for a Yacht Hop Brunch on Saturday morning, and everyone was treated to a private afternoon beach party at Bayberry Beach, complete with beautiful blue water, beach games, Bahamian barbeque and a bonfire.
Luxury yachts by Horizon participating in the event
The largest Horizon Owner Rendezvous gathering yet
A Sunday farewell brunch closed out the official rendezvous weekend, but many owners held their own festivities on Sunday and into Monday, inviting other owners and guests on board to continue the celebration. “We had a fantastic rendezvous with our Horizon group in Port Lucaya,” said Roger Sowerbutts of Horizon Yacht US dealer. “The weather was gorgeous and the location was unbeatable, and we had a few new faces this year, which is always a wonderful thing. We really enjoyed seeing old friends catch up and new ones being made.”
Brazil Yacht Services represents the countries only full service agency dedicated to superyachts, as well as their associated industries. Based in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, the company offers Route Planning, Clearances, Bunkering, Provisioning, bespoke entertainment and tours, and so much more.
Below are some of the luxury yachts the Brazil Yacht Services has provided its comprehensive ‘one stop shop’ solution to:
M/Y LADY CHRISTINE
The impressive 68m Feadshipmega yacht Lady Christine enjoyed pristine waters near Paraty, in the bay of Angra dos Reis 60nm west of Rio. BYS organized all clearances for both the yacht and the helicopter. Full service support was provided including bunkering.
68m Feadship superyacht Lady Christine in Saco Do Mamangua, Paraty
S/Y PINK GIN
Baltic Yachts‘ 43m superyacht Pink Gin sailed off Rio with Corcavado as the magnificent backdrop. BYS organized all clearances, bunkering, hospitality events and service.
Luxury sailing yacht Pink Gin sailing off Rio with Corcavado as the beautiful backdrop - Photo credit to Fred Hoffmann 2012
Sea Alliance, management of the 27m Jongertluxury yacht Vivid shipped the yacht into Recife with Sevenstar. Vivid then sailed down to enjoy Rio before heading north again to Fernando da Noronha for an extensive diving experience; serviced all the way by BYS.
27m sailing yacht Vivid by Jongert - Courtesy of Andrea Francolini
Originally built by Burger Boat Company in Manitowoc, Wisconsin USA, the now called motor yacht Zerlina was constructed under Hull 216C and named Leipal at her launch in 1967. Her first owner, Doyke W. Cotton Jr, sold the yacht after 18 years to Paul R. Ilyinsky, who renamed her Angelique. Once Ilyinsky sold the yacht, she fell into disrepair and got abandoned. In 2011, Angelique was purchased by her current owners, Bjarke Fugl and Karla M. Polito, who restored the newly renamed ZERLINA yacht to her full glory. After 44 years, Zerlina was ready to take on the longest journey of her life, with her initial voyage, from Florida to Denmark, being just the beginning …
Motor yacht Zerlina
ZERLINA’s Journey: Six weeks and 4860 nautical miles
Captain/Owner: Bjarke Fugl and Karla M. Polito
Crew: Anders Bjarnø Rasmussen, Richard DeWolf and Robert Keim
Motor yacht Zerlina
June 12, 2012—ZERLINA yacht is launched in Green Cove Springs, Florida. Having been restored by her owners, ZERLINA was ready for her voyage to her new home. As it was time to bid farewell, almost everyone from the city came to the docks to see us off. The voyage to Denmark had just begun!
Motor yacht Zerlina
June 16 2012—Green Cove Springs, Florida to Jacksonville, Florida
June 18, 2012—Jacksonville, Florida to Charleston, North Carolina
June 26, 2012—Charleston, North Carolina to Atlantic City, New Jersey
June 28, 2012—Atlantic City, New Jersey to New York, New York
Motor yacht Zerlina
We arrived in New York harbor on the eve of America’s 236th birthday and found no place to dock ZERLINA. Captain Bjarke, maneuvering in the choppy waters of the Hudson River, brought the nimble motor yacht ZERLINA alongside the walls of Battery Park, where our new crew members, eager to start the voyage, tossed their bags and leaped aboard ZERLINA.
There is no greater place to enjoy the Macy’s fireworks spectacular then on your own yacht in the Hudson River! An evening of fireworks, seeing old friends and creating new ones was what the first day of our voyage was all about. Bjarke, Anders, Richard and Bob were now the team to take ZERLINA to Denmark.
Zerlina Yacht by Burger Boat Company and her incredible journey
July 7, 2012—New York, New York to New Bedford, Massachusetts
The first couple of days were spent taking small trips and getting ready for the Atlantic crossing. We spent a day in New York City where we took the tender into the city and walked to Fin’s. We decided that since it may be the last time we saw a real city; we would enjoy singing Neil Diamond’s “Ramblin Rose” at the karaoke bar while indulging in the salty taste of fresh margaritas. ZERLINA’s final preparations were made; food was stored, loose items were packed for safe keeping, a lengthy systems testing, safety check lists reviewed and drills performed. No matter the confidence of the crew or how stout and dependable the quality of a Burger yacht, safety is paramount. But now, a big decision needed to be made. Which direction would we head? With a democratic vote, we chose the northern route. This route included Greenland, the land of glaciers and polar bears, as opposed to the shorter and warmer route to the popular islands of the Azores, maybe next time.
July 10, 2012—New Bedford, Massachusetts to Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia, Canada
While crossing Cape Cod Bay, we were joined by a large whale and three dolphins on our portside. Absolutely beautiful!
Earlier that day, Bjarke, Richard and Anders decided that these might be the warmest waters we might be in for some time, so we jumped off the swim platform! Once we realized how cold the water really was, there was an even quicker jump out of the water. It was a sunny day and the temperature of the water was soon forgotten so we repeated the routine two or three more times. The four of us are different ages, but we all felt like little kids playing in our local swimming hole.
A whale passed us early that day, showing its large tail and slapping the water—by contrast, a Disney and Carnival ship passed in the evening. The moon rose with its fiery glory, does the moon always rise over the ocean so beautiful?
Early on the ninth day of our voyage, we pulled ZERLINA into Port Hawksburry. The hills were a pleasant change of scenery but, when Bjarke called customs we found out that they were a four hour drive away. Waiting aboard ZERLINA made the hills feel even further away, but an older couple in the boat next to us kept us company with their 9-month old puppy and fresh cookies. Puppies, cookies, grandparents!
Zerlina yacht's journey
July 12, 2012—Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia to Nanortalik; Greenland to Frederiksdal; Greenland to Prins Christian Sund Greenland—one of the most beautiful places on earth with huge icebergs.
The straits of Bells Isle are where we started keeping a double watch for icebergs. During Richard’s watch, he spots another whale—a Killer Whale this time. It was noted by all that the whales were always seen on Richard’s watch. To our starboard side is Cape Breton Island with vertical cliffs and quaint white farmhouses dotting the shoreline. The waters off Newfoundland and Labrador can be rife with ice and icebergs, so caution is advised. Icebergs are usually visible on radar, but the bergy bits (small icebergs) and growlers (small remnants) may not be.
Zerlina Yacht by Burger Boat Company
The moon is getting smaller each evening. The compass slowly and gracefully swings, telling us which way to go. As we are drawing a line to Greenland, we clear the deck of anything that could be lost to the seas in rough weather. Expecting 20’ waves on a calm day, what should we expect or be ready for? Of all the boats built in the world, most stay close to their home port, but ZERLINA is in unfamiliar waters, with unfamiliar sunsets and sunrises.
What a week! Nothing was written as the seas of the Labrador Sea were very heavy. The crew watches were now four hours on and four hours off, with two people having a two hour overlap. We zigzagged through the fjords to the weather station on the eastern side of Greenland, called Prins Christian Sund, where we were served Danishes, coffee and juice. The weather report showed a favorable high pressure so we headed out into the arctic, dodging icebergs, growlers and bits for 24 nautical miles.
Zerlina Yacht by Burger Boat Company
We arrived in Nanortalik earlier in the week after four days of bad weather and angry waves! Tossing about makes some men tougher and weakens others. No matter which you are; it feels good to have your feet on solid ground. Darkness was still on the shore as we approached Nanortalik, forcing us to take turns on the bow with the VHS giving signals to Bjarke as we navigated the iceberg strewn waters. The fog began to lift and an incredible coastline of jagged mountains, towering icebergs and small islands softened by the power of the eroding waves gave us a view worth the four days at sea. Bjarke skillfully docked ZERLINA and, after crafting a rum and coke with ice from our travels, we jumped ashore.
The next morning we enjoyed fresh bakery and headed back to the boat. Bob had stayed on board to protect the fuel from thieves. Bob and Richard changed the oil and Bjarke and Anders worked on adjusting the starter motor. ZERLINA was carrying the four of us through the most amazing waters with icebergs of every shape and size. We had two goals for icebergs: to get beautiful photographs with ZERLINA and to climb aboard an iceberg and make it our playground.
Yacht Zerlina during restoration
To get photographs meant we had to be in a different boat, so Richard captained the dinghy while Anders took the photographs. The iceberg we wanted to photograph was simple in shape but with two ribbons of blue flowing through it with grace and beauty. The ribbons somehow matched the shape of ZERLINA. We spent an hour taking the most incredible photos. Driving the dinghy so the sun would shine through the pure blue streaks, maintaining proper distance from ZERLINA and keeping Anders with the lens pointed in the right direction was Richard’s job. It was beautiful, pure perfection, the best, or so we thought. After capturing the best photos anyone could possibly get, we took off towards Frederiksdal.
Just a few miles further east, Bjarke’s and Anders’ eyes lit up as we saw another iceberg we had to check out. Back into the dinghy and we were off. The right side had a gentle curve to the top, the left side was much steeper, but the two sides were about the same height. What drew our attention to this iceberg was that it gradually sloped to a perfect flat center, just about 3’ from the surface of the icy arctic water, providing us a perfect height to climb aboard.
Zerlina Yacht by Burger Boat Company - Happy Birthday
Bjarke donned a bright red US Coast Guard survival suit and was the first one to the dinghy. Richard drove the dinghy and pushed the nose straight into the berg and let the motor run so there was constant pressure between the two. With a successful dismount, the big red Bjarke was running around the ice. Feeling that everything was safe, Anders joined Bjarke and Richard stayed in the dinghy for security reasons.
Climbing onto a huge chunk of ice was like stepping on the moon. Something you just can’t imagine, so beautiful and scary at the same time. Tossing the anchor onto the ice, the three of us met and played like little kids seeing snow for the first time. There was a shallow pool, maybe 20 yards across, where we all drank the coolest and most refreshing water ever. Climbing to the top was, to say the least, very difficult and slippery. We slowed as we reached the tiny summit because we didn’t know what was on the other side. We were climbing with our hands and feet, but when we reached the top, we were able to stand and face a perfectly blue lake, about 80’ across, with the sea between us and the mountains of Greenland. Though it was so inviting to try and go swimming, we were sure the shock of the ice cold water would paralyze us. Instead, we slid down the hill we had just climbed. Not with a sled, or disk, or chunk of plastic, just on our rears, our backs and arms, laughing all of the way. We had too much adrenaline to feel how cold we should have been and, after a few moments of reflecting on where we were, what we had just seen and done, we got back in the dinghy and headed back to ZERLINA.
Italian photographer and yacht-spotter, Roberto Malfatti, has sent us this video and an image of a luxury yacht approaching the port of Livorno,Italy, on 3rd May, 2013. Although the name of the yacht cannot be seen on the vessel, it appears to be Sanlorenzo built superyacht, very likely an SL108 superyacht. Similar vessel to the one on the video below seems to be the Sanlorenzo 108 yacht Regine launched in 2012. In addition, Sanlorenzo has recently launched 3 beautiful yachts in just one week: Motor Yacht B2, Lilya and yacht Pioppi.
Sanlorezo yacht near Viareggio - Photo by Roberto Malfatti