The 24m Lazzara Ombres pocket superyacht Oasis

Written by Laura Nicholls

Florida based architects Lazzara Ombres Architects have released the first look of their new 24.3-metre Oasis project. The yacht is an adaptation of a traditional catamaran hull - still with under carriage clearances - and boasts useable interior and exterior areas similar to that of an average 40-metre tri-deck monohull.Oasis project Exterior designPhoto: Lazzara Ombres Architects“The innovation is the stepped layout and higher freeboard which achieves a flush, full beam, lower deck” says Joe Lazzara, a third generation yacht designer.

Oasis project Exterior designPhoto: Lazzara Ombres ArchitectsOasis has utilised the space that would usually be used for technical equipment on a catamaran to accommodate for numerous toys and a beach club. “We consulted with Fun Air engineering for the best locations which allow toys to deploy quicker and have integrated compressors and compartments,” commented naval architect Ian Ombres.Oasis project Exterior designPhoto: Lazzara Ombres ArchitectsShe can carry a crew of five and 10 guests, who can enjoy an owners apartment and fold-down private balconies. Her aluminium hull and Cat C18 830BHP engine can carry guests to a top speed of 20 knots or a cruising speed of 17 knots, at which she can reach a range of 672 nm. Oasis project general arrangement Photo: Lazzara Ombres Architects

More information on Oasis will be announced at Ft. Lauderdale Boat show, Lazzara Ombres also have the 40-metre Phoenix project scheduled for 2020.                         



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