Lazzara’s leadership in boat building dates back to the 1950s. In that long-ago era its Bounty series earmarked America’s progress and fascination for live-aboard yachts in the post-WWII era. As a pioneer builder in a fancy new material known as fiberglass, Lazzara’s Gulfstar progression heralded a number of followers moving from wood to fiberglass. Then, as at present, the company led in designs for voyagers and live-aboards. Now, its sparkling new 76 again emphasizes leadership in design concepts for yacht fanciers.
In the final measure, with this exemplary effort, Lazzara -- teamed with Cummins Diesel -- has created the World’s First Triple-Pod Motor Yacht; a new vision in motor yachting through advanced thinking and technology. It will no doubt open new doors for imaginative cruise/running control and voyaging.
A brilliant new idea in yachting - the LMC76 is certain
to challenge new horizons worldwide.
Photos: Scott Pearson & Tom Serio
Displacement: 105,000 lbs.
Fuel: 1,300 USG
Water: 300 USG
Engines: 3x Cummins 600 hp Zeus System
Generator: 2x Onan 23 kW
Deadrise: 12.5 degrees
Construction: Hand laid, vacuum bagged unidirectional fiberglass
and graphite balsa cored hull; blister resistant gelcoat under waterline.
Vinylester resin for hull and deck, UV resistant exterior gelcoat;
Light weight balsa cored bulkhead and floors, lower sole plywood.
Accomodations: Owner/Guest/Crew 5 staterooms For more information contact:
5250 West Tyson Avenue,
Tampa, FL 33611
(813) 835-5300 www.lazzarayachts.com