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Review: Lazzara 84' Euro

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  1. One of two VIP's, this is the port side suite with private bath. Nicely arranged is a VIP stateroom to port, proffering a queen-size walk-around berth for your favorite guests. It also has a padded headboard and Pecan and Cherry veneer base with storage beneath, as well as drawers and a cedar-lined hanging locker with mirrored door. Amenities include a 15” flat-screen TV with stereo sound and DVD; storage cabinets and open shelving with mirrors. A near-duplicate VIP stateroom is to starboard, with identical accoutrements in cherrywood and marble. Each VIP suite has its own vanity, head/shower, with marble floors, mirrored medicine cabinets and hand-held Grohe faucets. Walls utilize decorative wallpapers.
  2. Lazzara 84 presents two captain and/or crew staterooms aft with head and shower. Captain’s quarters features a full size berth, carpeting, and cherrywood trim, as well as a 15” LCD TV, bureau and dresser with a mirror. Overhead panels are “Illusion”, with foam backing, for sound control.
  3. The carpeted crew stateroom has a single berth with optional upper berth. Furniture and trim is Makore cherrywood, including dressers, a 15” flat screen LCD TV with stereo sound system, and direct/indirect lighting.
  4. The head/shower features Headhunter® marine toilets, plus a cabinet and washbasin. In the captain’s cabin is an outlet of the Fire Zone and smoke alarm, as well as a horizontal laminated glass skylight.
  5. Impressive also is L-84’s hull strength; bonded in one piece, of solid unidirectional fiberglass using vinylester resin, with blister-resistant gelcoat and cement reinforced, laminate keel. Hull topsides, bulkheads and floors are balsa cored. Engine room light systems include both AC/DC. The master control distribution panel is located in the engine room, with four sub-panels distributed at various point within the yacht.
  6. Sound transmission is a major concern at Lazzara, and so the designers have gone to special lengths to use sound-dampening and vibration-reducing materials and techniques throughout the yacht. The twin CAT C30 1550 hp diesels are in effect set apart from the hull by layers of acoustical and thermal insulation in the huge, open engine room. This is done with addition of rubber nodules between its decks, plus isolation of the drive train via specially-designed castings beneath the hull. The engines boast underwater exhausts with idle bypass. Bow-thrusters help to assure soft and proper landings, in any part of the world.
  7. With Lazzara's 84', there's as much technology beneath the surface, as there is above. Lazzara's enclosed shaft drive system increases directional stability and tracking, especially in following seas. This system also protects the props and rudders with skegs molded into the shaft housing. The enclosed shaft concept is much more than a set of keels, it adds a greater degreee of hydrodynamic efficiency to conventionally exposed running gear.

    Another innovative system is Lazzara's unique underwater exhaust outlet, which encapsulates and channels the exhaust along the aft running surface of the hull. This helps reduce wetted surface and also aids in achieving plane, due to the lift generated by high pressure exhaust exiting the hull under acceleration. The combination of both of these technologies contributes to the 84's stellar performance. Lazzara's 84' outreaches any European yacht in its class. In moderate seas, she’ll top out 37 mph at 2300 rpm; cruise 30 mph at 2000 rpm, and deliver an economical 15 mph at 1250 rpm.
  8. So Lazzara has introduced yet another smartly luxurious and exciting yacht, fit not only for American and South American yachtsmen and women, but also ideal for cruising the Med. Take her to Monaco, to Cannes, to Genoa, and prepare for a host of deep-breathing European yacht fanciers.


    Review by Capt. Chuck Gnaegy and Carl Camper​


    LOA: 85’2”
    Beam: 20’1”
    Draft: 4’6”
    Displ.: 141,000 lbs.
    Fuel: 2000 gals.
    Water: 400 gals.
    Deadrise: 11º
    Power: 2x Caterpillar C30 1550 hp Diesels
    Reduction Gears: ZF 2050A 2:43 to 1

    For more information, contact:

    Lazzara Yachts
    5250 West Tyson Avenue,
    Tampa, FL 33611
    (813) 835-5300
  9. Deck Plans: Top to Bottom -

    1. Side Profile
    2. Flybridge Deck
    3. Main Deck
    4. Lower Deck
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