Built on the plans of one of the greatest naval architecture firms, Joubert-Nivelt, in 2004 at the Chevalier shipyard in Saintes (17) and completed in her fitting out in Antibes in 2005, LAZY DAYS is a neo-classical jewel, of which only 5 units sail the seas of the world. She is a spacious, comfortable and luxurious boat with a unique and plush interior and an exterior that cannot leave anyone indifferent.
Her varnished teak roof, her perfectly slatted deck (redone in 2021) and her classic accessories make her a unique boat. Extremely seaworthy in all weathers, LAZY DAYS also knows how to land as close to the coast as possible with a draught of only 1.80 m thanks to her bulbous shape. This same bulb makes it perfectly rigid to the canvas, while providing unequalled sailing comfort.
LAZY DAYS is in perfect condition because her previous owners (and especially the last ones) have been constantly embellishing her over the last few years. The interior is built around a spacious saloon with beautiful dark woodwork and a galley to starboard which serves 4 double cabins and two shower rooms, both with electric toilets. The dining table can be converted into an additional double berth when the back of the table can also be converted into a navigation bench.
LAZY DAYS is a yacht that will give you a unique feeling of exclusivity.
LAZY DAYS is a neo-classical jewel, of which only 5 units sail the seas of the world.
LAZY DAYS is in perfect condition and has been constantly embellished over the last few years.