The first multi-million-dollar Lamborghini 63 yacht has just docked in Miami.
Built in Italy by Tecnomar, the Lamborghini 63 makes 4000 hp and is worth a whopping $3.5 million.
There will be just 63 examples ever built of the vessel, which is an ode to the foundation of Lamborghini in 1963.
The 63 also references the length of the yacht: 63 feet.
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The yacht boasts clear Lamborghini design language, with its Y-shaped running lights and unmistakable start-stop button.
It also has a Lamborghini steering wheel and a dashboard inspired by the Sian.
It also has a hardtop roof resembling that on Lamborghini’s roadster models – giving passengers some shade from the sun while also delivering incredible aerodynamic performance.
The Italian Sea Group, a luxury yacht operator, revealed it had now delivered the Lamborghini 63 to Prestige Marine in Miami.
And Prestige Marine is very happy about that, to say the least.
“We are honored to have been the first to deliver this incredible 4000 horsepower yacht with an unmistakable Lamborghini design that has already conquered South Florida,” Prestige Imports Lamborghini Miami CEO Brett David said.
The Italian Sea Group says the yacht is so fast that it can travel from Miami to the Bahamas in just one hour.
And with a top speed of 60 knots, it’s no wonder the yacht has been dubbed the supercar of the sea.
The yacht is also famously owned by UFC champion Conor McGregor.
McGregor has taken to Instagram on a bunch of occasions to show off the epic toy.
And you can’t blame him, because it’s a stunner.
Not only did McGregor pay $3.5 million for the yacht, he also reportedly fitted it with nearly $500,000 of bespoke extras.
Automobili Lamborghini Chairman and CEO Stefano Domenicali described the Tecnomar yacht as “the essence of both organizations’ style and expertise”.
“If I had to imagine a Lamborghini on water, this would be my vision. I’m delighted to celebrate this successful collaboration,” he said.
Lamborghini 63 specs
- The 4000 hp is courtesy of a pair of proper 12s – two 24.2-liter V12 diesel engines
- Top speed of 60 knots (111km/h, 69mph)
- Can travel 389km (210 nautical miles) at a cruising speed of 40 knots (75km/h)
- Length – 20m (63ft)