North America’s First Lamborghini 63 Speedboat Just Hit the Water in Miami


Tecnomar’s coveted Lamborghini 63 has finally arrived in the United States.

The Italian Sea Group has just delivered the first fiercely styled high-speed motor yacht in North America to Prestige Marine in Miami. The 63 refers to the yacht’s length in feet, the founding of the Raging Bull in 1963, and the fact that only 63 of these $3.5 million speedsters will be made.

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“We are honored to have been the first to deliver this incredible 4,000 horsepower yacht with an unmistakable Lamborghini design that has already taken South Florida by storm,” Prestige Imports Lamborghini Miami CEO Brett David said in a statement.


The Lamborghini 63 can reach 63 knots at full tilt.

The 63-footer, which was named the best weekend cruiser in Robb Report‘s Best of the Best earlier this year, carries Lamborghini’s unmistakable DNA and has been heavily influenced by the brand’s latest supercars. Sleek styling is inspired by the limited-edition Sián FKP 37 hybrid hypercar, while dual leather helm seats resemble those of a Huracán Evo. Even the dashboard and steering wheel mirror those of the Aventador. Other similarities include sharp hexagonal lines, Y-shaped headlights and a supercar-like hardtop. The automotive-style helm station also offers a “Corsa” or “Race” mode as does a Lambo dashboard.

Of course, the carbon fiber speed machine also delivers a good amount of grunt. Powered by a pair of MAN V-12 diesel engines that produce 2,000 hp each, the vessel can reach a top speed of 63 knots and a cruising speed of up to 45 knots. This makes it one of the fastest 63-footers in its class. Burning around 100 gallons of fuel per hour, it has a range of around 360 nautical miles.

Inside the Lamborghini 63

The Lamborghini 63 features an automotive-style helm station.

Hull number 12, which would have been delivered to MMA star Conor McGregor, was completed in the same gea green green like the Sián FKP 37. The vessel delivered to Prestige Marine, however, sports a silver tint and was priced closer to the $4 million mark.

The launch of the Lamborghini 63 in South Florida represents a significant achievement in Italian Sea Group’s business expansion plan in the United States. The Italian shipyard also recently opened its first flagship store in East Hampton, Long Island.

“We are very proud of the success of the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 yacht in the United States, a market that offers interesting growth opportunities in line with the group’s international strategy,” said Giovanni Costantino, founder and CEO of the Italian group. SeaGroup.

The next deliveries of the Lamborghini 63 should take place in the first half of 2024, according to Costantino. Stay tuned.

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