The Italian Sea Group delivers its first Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63.
The debut of this innovative motor yacht in the APAC continent represents an important milestone for the Group, in line with the commercial expansion plan in Asia Pacific shared and supported by Automobili Lamborghini.
Conquering the Southern Hemisphere
Sydney Bay is one of the most iconic places in the world, an inland sea of breathtaking views and sights. Darling Harbour, the Opera house and the Sydney Harbour Bridge were the perfect backdrop for Tecnomar’s debut in Australia and to enhance the sporty forms of the Tecnomar For Lamborghini 63.
TISG anticipates the trend of the coming years. The Australian yachting market is booming and will reach 8% of the global yacht market within the next three years, according to The Guardian. The unmistakable lines and all-Italian style of Tecnomar for Lamborghini will win over Australia’s most demanding owners.
A project made possible thanks to an established partnership
The ambitious project carried out by The Italian Sea Group has also been made possible thanks to the “Lamborghini Melbourne” dealer, which will guarantee an efficient and specialised after-sales service to ensure the best support for even the most demanding owners.
“We are very proud of the success that Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 is enjoying in the Pacific,” said a satisfied Giovanni Costantino, “an area that offers interesting growth opportunities for all the Group’s brands in line with our international development strategy. The commercial success of this project and the partnership with Automobili Lamborghini continues, so much so that the next sales will be delivered in the second half of 2024.”
“Ad Personam”: An exclusive and unique yacht for each Owner
The “Ad Personam” programme allows you to customise your own “Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63” in every detail, giving shape to every request and desire of the customer while respecting the high quality standards demanded by the Sant’Agata Bolognese-based company.
The customisation choices are manifold: from the exteriors, whose colour can be chosen on sample and Lamborghini paint finishes, to the interiors available in two cabin versions and an infinite number of material combinations. The yacht is the first to be built in the colour Grigio Acheso.
The fastest sports yacht in the fleet with its 60 knots of speed.
With its unmistakable super sports silhouette it reached Port Jackson, the Marina located among the metropolis’ most renowned attractions and situated in the heart of Sydney Bay.
The yacht “Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63” is not simply an exercise in style and design, but represents the cutting edge of luxury speed boats. It is inspired by the performance of Lamborghini super cars: two innovative elements underpin its design concept: speed and dynamic lightness. The two MAN V12 – 2000HP engines allow it to reach the impressive speed of 60 knots, 111 km/h ranking it among the fastest boats in the world. The use of carbon fibre (a typical element of the Sant’Agata Bolognese company’s cars) guarantees the “Lambo” classification in the range of ultra-lightweight boats.
A perfect Lamborghini at sea
“Inspired by the design, colours and details of the Sián FKP 37, the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 is the perfect interpretation of a Lamborghini at sea,” declares Francesco Scardaoni, Director of the Asia-Pacific Region of Automobili Lamborghini.
“Together with the Owner, we celebrate a nautical masterpiece in which the essence of Lamborghini’s DNA is set to ply the Pacific Ocean, embodying the same attitude as our super sports cars speeding across the tarmac. Lamborghini’s strong sales performance in Australia last year and the growing success of Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 confirm a strong development of the partnership. We are excited to see how the perfect synergy and shared values will allow Automobili Lamborghini and The Italian Sea Group to grow in our region“.
It is only the first…
To honour the commercial success of the project, further deliveries of the Tecnomar For Lamborghini63 motor yacht are planned in the Southern Hemisphere in 2023 and 2024.