Lazzara LSX92, The Silver Bullet

We’ve recently launched our newest yacht, the LSX92 and she is stunning.  This is the first boat that we’ve painted a platinum color and it really changes the look of the boat. If you havent seen photos of the interior of the LSX92, you can see them here. She made her debut at the Miami Boat show last month and will be showcasing at the upcoming West Palm Beach Boat Show, March 25-28.  If youd like to make an appointment to see here you can email me directly.

Leave a comment below and let us know what you think. Do you like the Silver?

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15 Responses to Lazzara LSX92, The Silver Bullet

  1. Chris Larson says:

    Looks great, especially next to the LSX78 Fly. I can’t help but imagine the LSX120 right there next to them!

  2. Jason Levins says:

    Very nice with the silver, would like to see one done in a Ferrari Red paint on the hull

    • Rich Lazzara says:

      Jason, funny you should mention Ferrari Red paint. We are doing an LSX78 right now that is going to be a combination of silver and Ferrari Red. Going to be unreal when she is done later in the year. Thanks for the comments

  3. Theav8r says:

    Fantastic job Rich , what a looker !!!

  4. Carl Schlehner says:

    Hi Rich,

    I always look forward to your blogs and once again you do not disappoint.

    That is a beautiful and sexy boat (actually they both are)! The platinum color on the LSX92 gives it a stunning and extremely classy appearance. Thank you so much for sharing those great photos.

    Curious – do I see a windshield on the flybridge of the LSX92 (I had been wondering if one was available)?

    I totally concur with the statement on the Lazzara web site that Lazzara is the cutting edge of modern yacht design because you don’t just push the envelope, you throw it away. Keep up the great work!

    Also, will we be seeing photos of the LMC76 sometime in the near future? Lazzara has some of the best looking yachts so I am very curious to see photos of the LMC76.

    By the way, I downloaded the LSX92 video and have it set as my screensaver at work – it draws quite a lot of “ooohs and aaahs” when it is running. It is great motivational tool.

    Thanks and continued success to you and your family.

    • Rich Lazzara says:

      Carl, thank you. As we get photos of the LMC76 you can be sure we will post them to the blog. Thanks again for the comments.

  5. Hi Rich,

    With these new colors, the LSX 92 looks even more cool, more stylish. Fro me these colors are nice with the interior. White yachts or more classical for me,but the interrior of the LSX 92 isn’t. So the silver is great!!!!

    (Comment as an European :) )

  6. Richard Jordan says:


    I am looking for information about Gulfstar Yachts. I am researching for writing a blog post on the history of your family’s previous company. Any chance you could provide some direction on a good resource to contact? Thanks.

    • Rich Lazzara says:


      I would look for an issue of Nautical Quarterly that did an article on Vince Lazzara. It was probably done in the late 80′s or early 90′s. It had a lot of good info.

  7. Konstantine says:

    Your LSX 92 is a work of art! Be that as it may, you can improve on its looks, both internally and externally by making that sunroof into a glass one. I think it would definitely add to its beauty… and your yacht is beautiful! Just a suggestion.

    Could you please email me a list of optional equipment for your LSX 92. Is this yacht classified as a Class A or B?

    Thank you.

  8. Konstantine says:

    Above I was referring to safety when asking about Class A or B. Sorry for being unclear.

    Thank you for your quick email. Much appreciated!

  9. joyce says:

    Thanks for this info….


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