Tecnomar: Launch of The First M/Y Tecnomar For Lamborghini 63

Tecnomar launched on Tuesday, June 24rd, the first Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63, avantgarde motoryacht coming from the encounter between yachting excellence and super sport cars.

The event was carried out at The Italian Sea Group headquarters in Marina di Carrara, in the presence of the management and the whole team which participated in the realization of this jewel.

Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 is inspired by the Lamborghini Siàn FKP 37, the hybrid super sports car which anticipates the future, with distinctive design, completely customizable in color and details. There are two main innovative elements at the foundation of is design concept: speed and dynamic lightness. Thanks to the presence of two MAN V12-2000HP engines the motor yacht will reach a speed of 60 knots and will be the fastest vessel of the Tecnomar fleet by The Italian Sea Group, capable of satisfying the needs of collectors and those who enjoy life at sea. The use of carbon fiber, typical of the Lamborghini cars, grants the classification in the range of ultralight vessels with a maximum weight of 24 tons for 63 feet length.

 

The exteriors of the motoryacht are characterized by the super-sportive silhouette, cutting-edge and outside typical yachting schemes. The hull is extremely performing, designed by a team of naval engineers specialized in hydrodynamics, whereas the superstructure revamps, in a contemporary style, the historical lines created by Marcello Gandini for the iconic Lamborghini cars Miura and Countach in the 60s and 70s. The hard top is inspired by the Lamborghini roadster models, granting outstanding aerodynamic performances, protecting from the sun and the wind at the same time. The bow lights are an homage to the concept car Terzo Millennio and to the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37, both characterized by design of the front headlights, which recalls the distinctive signature of Lamborghini’s stylistic elements.

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The interiors of Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 are the result of a high-tech design based on the usage of high-performing materials, in terms of weight and functionality, perfectly combined with the best handmade, Made in Italy Tradition. The vessel showcases the iconic Lamborghini graphic elements such as hexagons, clean lines, Ys. Finally, the colors and materials are 100% customizable through the Ad Personam program. There are several choices for customization: from the color of the exterior which references the Lamborghini varnishes and specific liveries, to the interiors, which are available in two version with an ample possibility to combine materials. The wheelhouse interprets in a yachting perspective the automotive cockpit, where all navigation and monitoring systems are completely integrated. Just like in Lamborghini supercars, it is possible to find carbon fiber details, the use of Carbon Skin, super sport seats and a helm/weel. Finally, the unmistakable “start&stop” button (present on the yacht in two units, one for each engine) is the same which starts the engine of the Lamborghini supercars.

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The Italian Sea Group’s Tecnomar brand produces and commercializes yachts in steel and aluminum up to 50 meters.Founded in 1987 and acquired by the Italian Sea Group in 2009, Tecnomar has launched 289 yachts through the years, also thanks to the Tecnomar Evo line, which has earned a great success in the Asian market. Always synonymous with dynamicity, Tecnomar is characterized by avant-garde lines and design, combined with powerful and reliable mechanics. Each Tecnomar model represents a design challenge balancing the elegance of the best Italian yachting tradition and the use of innovative technologies and materials, with particular attention to environmental sustainability.

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