116 series

    The $10.8 million Serenity, the first vessel in the Lazzara 116 series, is an extended version of the Lazzara 110, with a longer swim platform and updated styling. The entire main deck, including the main salon, has a cherry floor—a better surface for a wheelchair than a carpet, the usual choice for large yachts—and a hydraulic chair runs the length of the stairway from the main deck to the guest cabins. There, the cabin closest to the stairwell features extra-wide doors, and another set of doors inside the room leads to a nurse’s cabin. Lazzara says that it is prepared to provide similarly dramatic customization for any 116 in the series, for a wheelchair or any other purpose.

    From Around the Web...
    Despite its name, the 115-foot yacht Tortoise is anything but slow and boring…
    Reaching upwards of 30 knots, these six boats are ideal as thrilling day cruisers or tenders…
    From Astors to Vanderbilts, the moneyed set has always favored the opulence of yacht travel…
    A unique yacht charter allows guests to see the eclipse and enjoy tropical Indonesian activities…
    The first Volvo IPS-powered superyacht consumes a third less fuel than other yachts in its class…
    Photo by Jeff Brown
    The custom superyacht features one of the more unique profiles to come from the Heesen yard…
    The 284-foot superyacht’s widely curved aft decks inspired its Colosseum name…
    The superyacht’s diesel-electronic technology was extensively tested during the sea trials…
    Though sporting very different designs, all three yachts are equipped to handle extended voyages…
    Photo by Thierry Ameller
    A king among explorer yachts, Yersin can go from the polar regions to the tropics without refueling…