Lazzara Yachts adds Webasto sunroof option

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Lazzara Yachts will use Webasto Thermo and Comfort North America’s 80 Marine Sunroof on the new LSX64 as a standard feature.

"Customers are blown away with the product. They look up and they can't believe it," Lazzara Yachts lead designer Marc Gervait said in a statement. "This is one of the best roof systems we have installed to date. We love it because it is completely watertight and helps to make sure the air conditioning generated on-board is used to cool the inside of the yacht, not leak to the outdoor environment."

"Lazzara is recognized worldwide for its innovative, sophisticated and lavish yachts. Our Series 80 sunroof is a great addition to the LSX64," Webasto marine director David Wollard said in a statement. "It not only complements this model's style, but provides owners with additional light and fresh air."

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