Lazzarini's 169m SOVRANO: Wildest Superyacht In The World
Italian design studio Lazzarini has revealed the latest addition to its wide portfolio of striking concepts: a 169m (555 ft) superyacht named Sovrano. The €500million concept has been designed to serve as either a private yacht with a single owner, or as a shared vessel for those looking to venture around the globe in style.
Lazzarini is renowned for its groundbreaking designs. This latest incredible new concept comes just weeks after the studio unveiled their ambition to create a spacecraft-inspired superyacht.
Sovrano has been likened to a hybrid of sorts; a mixture of both a private venture and a cruise ship. Spanning 5 decks and defined by a three-storey well cut into the foredeck, this magnificent space acts as an atrium from within the vessel, beckoning guests to lounge in its enormous swimming pool and garden area beneath.
Her twin helipads sit either side of the wheelhouse, almost resembling wings as they extend her beam from 22 to 33 metres; in turn making her the widest superyacht in the world. The space is also perfect to act as a platform for a pool, and can be winched to water level.
Sovrano also has an area designed specifically to load and unload vehicles, with a garage that can house 6 supercars and a wide range of tenders, all of which can be launched directly from the garage. Built from a combination of steel and carbon fibre composites, Sovrano is also powered by a fully-electric propulsion system delivering a top speed of 31 knots.
Although a buyer has not yet been found, a Lazzarini spokesperson Cinzia Rugerri revealed: "We estimate a €500million budget and four years for the construction."
We hope we'll have the pleasure of witnessing Lazzarini's vision come to life.
"We estimate a €500million budget and four years for the construction."