The 29 metre Lazzara motor yacht Unplugged has been sold. Mark Parker at HMY represented the seller and Chris June at Worth Avenue Yachts represented the buyer.
Launched in 2001, Unplugged has a contemporary raised pilothouse styling and very spacious interior. With her seven metre beam and 4,400 gallons fuel capacity she is capable of straight runs north and south along the Florida coastline.
Unplugged has three staterooms, as well as a private den/study located just off the master stateroom, which can comfortably sleep two extra guests, making a total of eight in the owner’s party. This extra room was available from the factory as either a study or a fourth stateroom with head and can easily be converted back to a stateroom.
Unplugged’s main features include a spacious flybridge with Jacuzzi, bar and grill, a raised pilothouse, which has excellent sight lines. She also possesses an elegant saloon and spacious aft deck, transom pods with wave runners. She has a huge country kitchen style galley with a large U-shaped dining table. Forward are the two staterooms. There is high-gloss cherry wood finish throughout the interior of the vessel.
Last year the interior was updated by Lazzara Yachts to include 100 per cent new padded ceiling panels on both levels.
The captain’s cabin is located forward of the galley and down to port. It has a full entertainment system. The crew’s quarters are forward of this. The flybridge is accessed by four stairs from the pilothouse.
Unplugged has a full beam stand-up walk-around engine room containing Twin MTU DDC 12V 2000s engines.
Unplugged was lying in Miami Beach, Florida and her asking price was $2,595,000.