Capable of 63 knots (or about 72 mph) the first “Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63″, the first “Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63”, the first of Lamborghini’s yachts, has arrived in America, and, while the yacht is highly exclusive, it just seems kind of small in terms of yachts.
The Italian supercar manufacturer announced a collaboration with the Italian super boat manufacturer Tecnomar in 2020 to produce a limited run of luxury yachts for the global market. The first of these finished boats in the United States is now awaiting its first customer at Prestige Marine in Miami.
The world will receive 63 of these 63-foot boats, one for each year since Ferruccio Lamborghini founded the company in 1963. Each of the roughly five dozen yachts has a starting price of around $3.5 million—and that’s before you add custom colors, materials, trim, and other individualized flourishes.
From Architectural Digest:
The boat’s signature Lamborghini design elements, of course, stand out. The interior and exterior of the luxury vessel feature hexagonal patterns, Y-shaped headlamps from the marque’s Sián supercar, a jet-fighter-like cockpit, a pair of racing-inspired seats at the helm, and, of course, V-12 power. However, unlike any other Lamborghini supercar in production, the Techomar has two of these engines, each of which runs on diesel fuel and produces around 2,000 horsepower.
This is not Lamborghini’s first foray into the nautical realm. Ferruccio Lamborghini commissioned a wooden boat from famed Italian shipbuilder Riva in 1968, five years after founding his eponymous car company, and outfitted it with a pair of 4.0-liter V-12 engines from his signature sports cars. Later, the company developed an insanely powerful 7.2-liter V-12 marine engine for use in powerboats. This engine was occasionally shoehorned into the brand’s equally outrageous LM002, a limited-edition super-SUV that served as a precursor to the brand’s current best-seller, the Urus SUV, in the 1980s and 1990s.
The Lamborghini-Tecnomar yacht joins the ranks of other high-end, limited-edition boats produced by exclusive automakers such as Aston Martin and Mercedes-go-fast Benz’s subsidiary, AMG.