Lazzara Yachts has announced the sale of the first hull in its 21.3-metre power catamaran series, the LPC 300. Currently under construction with Euro Marine, it will be delivered to its owner in France in September 2024.
Previously named the LPC 70, the model outgrew its name due to its "massive interior volume", featuring 300 square metres of total usable space.
Accommodation is for ten guests across five cabins, with additional space for four crew. This includes an 8.8-metre wide master cabin on the lower deck, designed with a private door to the beach club and a mezzanine that opens to the ocean. Floating shelves and a vanity also allow for unimpeded sea views.
Fully insulated walls and ceilings, coupled with extra spacing between floors, allow for entertaining in a vessel of this size without disturbing guests. Renderings reveal a sundeck spa pool with bar, beach club arranged with sunloungers and ample opportunities for al fresco dining and lounging.
The LPC 300 has been built without thru-hulls and fitted instead with a drainage pipe system preventing unnecessary leaks, marine growth and residue. It is also equipped with a "sea chest", in which incoming water is treated with ultraviolet lights to kill microorganisms.
According to BOATPro, Lazzara Yachts currently has a 30.5-metre UHV 100 ("Ultra High Volume") under construction.Read More/First Lazzara UHV 100 on track for delivery this year