Tuxedo Yachting House debuts day cruiser

The Black Tuxedo 13.88 Photo: Tuxedo Yachting House

Tuxedo Yachting House has launched a full-custom, medium-sized walk-around, said to be the first in Italy that uses an aluminium construction to help eliminate mould-linked constraints.

Designed by Luca Dini, the Tuxedo 13.88 is the first boat to be unveiled by Tuxedo Yachting House. Founded by Laura and Francesco Ceccarelli the company has a strong environmental focus, recycling construction materials and promoting the use of fully electric battery-based systems and hydrogen fuel cells.


The new 43 ft day cruiser is available in two versions with differing deck layouts – the Black Tuxedo and the Blue Tuxedo. The former has a panoramic sundeck whilst the latter is designed as a pure day cruiser and features a living zone and forward-facing seating which transforms to a single sunbathing platform.

Propulsion also comes in two versions with three Mercury Verado 300hp outboards or twin Volvo D6 IPS 650 in-board engines giving cruising speeds of 40 and 35 knots respectively. The steering console is equipped with SIMRAD navigation tools including two customisable 12 inch touchscreen displays.

Interiors can be fully customised with an early model designed for an owner in Hong Kong having a bow cabin with double bed and a second model having two twin beds. The galley is equipped with sink, induction plate, ice maker and a 75 litre fridge whilst the cockpit holds two sofas which can convert to a day bed and two 35 litre fridges.

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