Sanlorenzo: Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2019

Sanlorenzo, one of the world’s leading shipyard for the production of yachts and superyachts, will take part from October 30th to November 3rd, in the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the largest nautical event in the USA.
On the occasion of the boat show Sanlorenzo will present to the American market its own unmistakable and timeless style, the result of the finest craftsmanship and most advanced technology, as well as attention to detail and tailoring, by exhibiting a selection of the most significant models of the fleet from 24 to 34 meters in length:

– SX76 (24 meters long) is an intelligent synthesis between the classic motor yacht with flying bridge and the Explorer model. It embodies the total family feeling of the SX line, keeping all the stylistic features of the SX88. A model that is characterized by new and intelligent solutions, both rational and practical and as always distinguished by an unmistakable Sanlorenzo style, based on sobriety, the balance of spaces and the characteristic elegance of the brand.

– SL86 (27 meters long) is the result of decades of experience, an ability to combine tradition with innovation and offer an unparalleled level of customization in this category. The bulwarks is cut to let the larger side windows catch as much light as possible and let the guests enjoy the sea view even sitting on the sofa of the salon. A distinctive feature is the flybridge access staircase with steps flanked by two glass panes that seem to float in the air like an artwork on display.

– SL106 (32 meters long) sports the unmistakable Sanlorenzo style, matching elegance, balancing spaces, a well-balanced ratio of empty to occupied spaces and an extraordinary number of innovations. In the SL106, a fiberglass motoryacht with planing hull, the new interpretation of the space turns into a new distributive layout. The main characteristics of the main deck is the path connecting the living room with the dining room/family lounge at prow, which creates a strong spatial continuity permitting an immediate and full perception of the yacht length, from stern to prow, and achieving a depth of field very unusual for yachts of similar size.

– SD112 (34 meters long) maintains the unmistakable external features of the SD range, such as the curved doors on the sides, the “funnel” that brings to mind the recognizable transatlantic liners, and the lateral window shape, offering different innovative solutions such as the foldable terraces that open out seaward and the door which connect the huge cockpit and the salon, designed to create a unique living area  between inside and outside.

The yachts on show are designed and built based entirely on the needs of American owners both from a technical point of view (electrical systems, sound and thermal insulation requirements, air conditioning systems), in line with local regulations, and also from a stylistic and cultural one.

Sanlorenzo Americas, the historic embassy of the brand, in the US, is on the one hand a spokesman of the brand’s values such as craftsmanship, tailoring, attention to detail and striving for the highest quality, typical of  “Made in Italy”, while on the other it fulfills the demands of the local market, carefully customizing each project accordingly with the American culture and lifestyle thanks to a direct presence which in turn guarantees a deep knowledge of the values that represent it. 

In fact, the Sanlorenzo Americas team of experts follows each client every step of the way, from the conceptualization of their dream yacht to the completion of an individual project, perfectly customized, in which the personality, tastes and lifestyle of each owner are visible. 

At the head of Sanlorenzo Americas, based in Fort Lauderdale and New York, the new CEO Marco Segato, also chosen as a shareholder, will meet the new challenges of this strategic market and further develop the growth achieved by the company through control of a sales network which also includes Peru, Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Canada.

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