Tuxedo 13.88, under construction in Lavagna and entirely Made in Italy, came about through a collaboration between the shipyard Tuxedo Yachting House and the LUCA DINI Design & Architecture studio. Flexible, resistant, light and safe, it’s the first 43-foot walkaround of the fleet that revolutionized the concept of the day cruiser.
It is perfect for sea lovers and boasts interiors that resemble those of a much larger boat. It comes in two versions: Tuxedo Black and Tuxedo Blue.
Tuxedo 13.88 is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Its lines are designed in such a way to feature fold-down bulwarks which create a stunning terrace at sea level and adding 12m2 to the cockpit.
The bow features two different layouts. Black Tuxedo is equipped with a classic sunbathing area overlooking the sea, whereas Blue Tuxedo has a panoramic table and seating at the front of the boat and along the gunwale, which when required can become a unique relaxation area. The height and volume of the interior spaces below deck can vary between each version. Every choice reflects the owner’s needs, lifestyle and the way they experience the sea.
The navigation unit is equipped with SIMRAD, including two 12-inch screens with a touchscreen interface and customizable elements and layouts.
The propulsion system can be either outboard or inboard which consequently alters the cockpit’s layout. The first option has a free layout at the stern equipped with three Mercury Verado outboards (with 300 hp each). This particular solution allows for the use of two chaise longues which can be directed towards both the beam and gunwale. The second option on the other hand involves a solarium positioned over the structure which houses the engine room featuring two Volvo D6 IPS 600 engines. The owner can also opt for more powerful models such as the D6 IPS 650 and D8 IPS 700.