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Sneak Peek: Inside the new 19m Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 speed boat

13 July 2021 • Written by Laura Nicholls

After having hit the water for the first time three weeks ago, the 19.2-metre Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 has gained plenty of attention in and around The Italian Sea Group shipyard in Marina di Carrara, Italy.

In early July, the yacht was presented by her owner and designers to showcase her high-speed performance, detailed design and Lamborghini-inspired features. Built in reference to Lamborghini’s 1963 foundation, the new speed boat was influenced by the hybrid sports car Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 and its futuristic materials, technology and customisable details.

Offering a look inside the first Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63, the yard has integrated recognisable Lamborghini sports car features such as carbon fibre materials and the protective hardtop that contributed to the yacht’s ultra-lightweight boat classification of 24 tons. “The most significant innovative features at the heart of the concept are speed and the dynamism of lightweight engineering,” adds the yard. 

Two MAN V12-2000 hp engines power her up to a top speed of 60 knots, making her the fastest of the Tecnomar fleet to date. Certain design features complement her sporty image and are an homage to the Lamborghini concept car Terzo Millennio and the Sián FKP 37. Both cars have distinctive Y-shaped front lights – and element which has been mimicked in the yacht's bow lights.

Inside, materials were chosen for weight and function purposes and feature Lamborghini’s iconic clean lines, hexagon shapes and Y-motif. The owner was able to customise the exterior colour and interior materials, and choose from two layouts.

The motor yacht’s helm is a nautical interpretation of the Lamborghini car cockpit with integrated navigation and control systems. As in Lamborghini super sports cars, details are finished in carbon fibre and Lamborghini’s Carbon Skin™ as seen in the sports seats, on the helm and the super sports car’s steering wheel. The unmistakable two start-stop buttons for each engine are identical to those found inside a Lamborghini car.