Lilybaeum Yacht – unveiling the Levanzo 25: A fresh wave in luxury maritime experience

Levanzo 25

Oct 3, 2023

New to Canada and available through Marine SCA, the recently established Lilybaeum Yacht is carving out its own distinct niche among yacht manufacturers. The dynamic duo behind this promising venture, Giorgio Maggio and Vincenzo Marco Pecorella, both in their mid-twenties, are steering the company towards innovative waters with the introduction of their inaugural model – the Levanzo 25.

A Synthesis of Strength and Elegance

The Levanzo 25 embodies a harmonious blend of a fisherman’s robustness with the grace and amenities of a compact yacht. With its high, flared bow, this 7.70 metres vessel promises not only a head-turning aesthetic but also a sturdy, reliable performance on the open sea. One of the standout features of this vessel is its deep “V” hull, boasting a 22-degree deadrise, designed to ensure a secure and dry journey, even when navigating through rough waters.

Innovative Design with a Touch of Luxury

Stepping aboard the Levanzo 25, the first thing that catches the eye is its full-open layout that seeks to optimize every nook and cranny of the hull, offering a luxurious and immersive marine experience. The strategic positioning of the outboard motors enhances the vessel’s functionality, paving the way for a spacious bathing platform that parallels the usability and surface area found on similarly sized units with inboard motors or stern drives.

Seamless Transition between Relaxation and Entertainment

The Levanzo 25 hosts dual sunbathing areas: the fixed rear area is complemented by a central walkway that seamlessly connects the cockpit to the bathing platform. The forward area morphs into a dining zone with the addition of an adjustable column table. The slender central console, while accommodating all necessary instrumentation, maintains generous lateral transit surfaces, making the central part of the hull easily accessible and usable.

A multi-functional unit serves as a support for the pilot’s seat, ingeniously housing a retractable sink, a cooktop, and an optional 42-liter refrigerator, blending luxury with convenience. Storage options are plentiful and strategically positioned throughout the vessel, with a notably spacious storage area beneath the rear sunbathing spot.

Tailored to Your Desires

Lilybaeum Yacht stands out in the market with its commitment to personalizing each vessel to the owner’s preferences. They dedicate substantial effort and resources to meticulously select each accessory added to the already comprehensive standard equipment list, which includes features such as a T-top, cork decking, an electric anchor winch, LED lights, a shower, and much more.

A Sneak Peek into the Future

With the launch of the Levanzo 25 on the horizon, Lilybaeum Yacht is already planning its next venture, the Lipari 30, currently in the design phase, promising to bring a new dimension of luxury and innovation to the maritime market.

Technical Specifications:

• Designer: Lilybaeum Yachts and Akes Design
• CE Design Category: C
• Length overall: 7.70 metres
• Maximum width: 2.55 metres
• Draft: 0.40 metres
• Weight: 1800 kg
• Fuel capacity: 347 liters
• Water capacity: 70 liters
• Passenger capacity: 8/9
• Engine options: 1-2 outboards

www.marine-sca.com 

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