Sanlorenzo Showing Asymmetric, Crossover Models At Palma
The Italian builder is showing yachts from its SL and SX series at this year’s Palma International Boat Show in Spain.
Sanlorenzo is displaying its new SL90A asymmetric model alongside the SX76 crossover yacht at the Palma International Boat Show from April 28-May 1. An SL90A has already been sold to Asia, with a hull arriving in Hong Kong in March through regional dealer Simpson Marine.
One of three new asymmetric models revealed by Sanlorenzo in late 2021, the SL90A and its big sister SL120A premiered at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September, while the SL106A debuted at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in late October.
The SL90A has only one side passage on the main deck, on starboard side, and a widebody design to port, where a drop-down bulwark and full-height lateral windows create views directly overlooking the sea. The flybridge is also asymmetric, with the starboard walkway reaching as far as the forward sunpads, while the portside passage leads to steps down to a cosy bow lounge on the main deck.
The main deck features a large saloon and dining area, galley and a forward full-beam master suite, which has dedicated access to the bow lounge. The lower deck includes three guest cabins and crew quarters, as well as a tender garage in the stern.
The SX76 was the second model released in Sanlorenzo’s pioneering crossover line, which mixes the design of a classic flybridge motor yacht with explorer-style elements such as a clean aft deck to store water toys. Multiple units of the SX76 have been sold to Asia by Simpson Marine.
This article first appeared on Yacht Style.
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