Lamborghini Style Power Yacht By Mauro Lecchi Design

Lamborghini Style Power Yacht By Mauro Lecchi Design

Lamborghini Style Power Yacht By Mauro Lecchi DesignThe Mauro Lecchi designed Lambo power boat is “heavily contaminated by stretched lines”, taking its cues from past and present Lamborghinis. The interior is designed by Fenice Milano, and features precious materials and hi-tech equipment.

Customers can choose from a pair of 550bhp V12s from Motori Marini Lamborghini to 950bhp Seatek turbodiesels. The first example of this unique power yacht is currently being built, featuring a carbon-Kevlar and wood construction for the reduction of weight.

The cockpit offers a pair of external decks, a double sofa bed, a bar, entertainment center, large windows and sky light filtering windows. The interior layout also includes a complete environment for the owner, with a bathroom and a separate shower in addition to a guest bedroom with bathroom on the bow.

For more details about this luxury power yacht see the images below and take a look at the press release below.

PRESS RELEASE (click to expand)

Fenice Milano and T.I.C. present: Lambo style power yacht by Mauro Lecchi design

Mauro Lecchi, renowned Italian designer, creates an aquatic creature that transmits all the sensations that are normally perceived while watching and driving the most famous Italian supercar:

The exterior styling is heavily contaminated by stretched lines, which recall the vents that run along the sides of ypercars, although in this case they are turned into big windows, which make the sporting spirit of the yacht instantly recognizable, even from a distance, and at the same time contribute to a more “liveble” and familiar internal environment by creating great surface lighting.

The internal layout is clearly of sporting inspiration, made by Fenice Milano designers, and offers endless possibilities for customization through the use of precious materials and sophisticated hi-tech equipment in full compliance with the unique tradition and craftsmanship of “Made in Italy”.

The propulsion unit is assigned to double units of large performance capacity and contained consumption, thanks to the lightness of the structure obtained by an evolved construction system, which makes extensive use of advanced materials from the aerospace industry. This system is RI.NA. (Italian Shipping Register Air Force) certified. The millwork is made in wood fiber, Kevlar / carbon, for the reduction of weight, which combines high performance and low power consumption.

The cockpit offers a pair of external decks at stern, a double sofa bed, a bar and Entertainment Center, large windows and sky light filtering windows. The guide is lifted up and in central position, the access to the cozy and protected room on the forward deck is guaranteed by a step to the side of the driving position through an opening in the large windshield. The interior layout includes a complete environment for the owner, with a bathroom and a separate shower in addition to a guest bedroom with bathroom on the bow.


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