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.

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