This Lazzarini superyacht concept has a sunken pool and a garage for supercars

by | Last updated on Jul 1, 2022 at 5:04PM | Published on Apr 3, 2022 | Lifestyle, Superyachts

Lazzarini Sovrano superyacht concept

Italian design house Lazzarini has showcased its fair share of superyacht concepts – and its latest happens to be its biggest yet.

Dubbed Sovrano, meaning ‘sovereign’ in Italian, it’s set to measure in at a whopping 169 metres.

It’s also supposedly set to be the widest yacht in the world, measuring about 33 metres between the platforms either side of its main deck.

READ MORE: You could buy Nigel Mansell’s F1 Ferrari – if you have a spare $5.5M

Depending on the eventual customer’s preference when specifying this yacht for production, those two platforms are able to be transformed into anything from helipads as shown in the renders to swimming pools, or even additional lounge spaces.

Only adding to Sovrano’s transformable nature, those platforms are also fitted with electric winches allowing part of them to be lowered to the waterline.

READ MORE: Porsche 718 Cayman and Boxster to go all-electric by 2025

But its most idyllic feature is a covered atrium towards the front that when opened up reveals a hidden resort with palm trees and a sunken pool that can be enjoyed in all weather thanks to the retractable roof.

Additionally there are other pools located on the deck of the vessel for those who want to enjoy the view.

Making it fit for car lovers, it also sports a giant garage which can store up to six of the owner’s favourite cars from their collection, along with two additional boats measuring about 15 metres.

Given it features 20 private suites with room for up to 50 passengers, along with room for up to 60 crew members, Sovrano is perhaps more akin to a private cruise ship than a traditional private yacht.

However, as with all other elements of the ship, the final design of its living spaces can be customised.

Set to use a combination of steel and carbon fibre composites in its construction, Lazzarini notes that either an electric or hybrid propulsion system could be used, offering a top speed of 31 knots.

It’s unclear how much this mammoth yacht will cost for any prospective owners, but the company claims it will take four years from warehouse to water.


Check this out

Pagani reveals its second-ever $7.6 million Huayra Codalunga

Pagani reveals its second-ever $7.6 million Huayra Codalunga

Pagani has just revealed its second $7.6 million Huayra Codalunga.  It’s one of only five that will ever be made, and it’s one of the most beautiful cars ever created. Pagani READ MORE! This rusted-out 1979 Maserati Merak has just been listed for $16,000 The...

Rare Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 on the market for $5.9 million

Rare Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 on the market for $5.9 million

The Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 is an incredibly rare supercar. So rare, the Autotrader website doesn’t even list it as a model to search for. In fact, we’re not quite sure how we stumbled upon the example that’s currently for sale on there. Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 /...

Maserati should build this crazy superbike

Maserati should build this crazy superbike

Maserati hasn't made a motorbike in over 50 years but perhaps that ought to change. Tomáš Klečka, an automotive design student from the Czech Republic, certainly thinks so. Maybe that's the reason why he came up with this crazy concept. Image: Tomáš Klečka on...

Ultra-rare Ford Python pops up for sale on Facebook

Ultra-rare Ford Python pops up for sale on Facebook

It’s always fun stumbling across something weird and wonderful on Facebook Marketplace. Take this extraordinarily rare Ford Python for example. It’s believed to be one of just 12 in existence – and it’s currently up for sale for $45,000. Keith Kolb / Facebook READ...


Most Popular This Week