Published: Thursday, 14 June 2018

Sanlorenzo is gearing up for the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival (Sep 11-16) and Salone Nautico di Genova (Sep 20-25), where it will exhibit the SL102, the first asymmetrical yacht to be presented in the nautical world, and the SX76, while it will participate to the Monaco Yacht Show (Sep 26-29) with four superyachts including the first 47m Explorer, 500Exp.    

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(Photo: Sanlorenzo SL102)

Both SL102 and SX76 have been unveiled for the first time on the occasion of the Elite Days, the annual event during which the company welcomes journalists and ship owners from all over the world to present the entire fleet and latest innovations. Cannes will host their official debut.

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With the aim of obtaining greater usability of the interior spaces and better access to the exterior, the SL102 rethinks the layout of a yacht, by only keeping the deck on the starboard side and eliminating the port side, which is carried on the roof of the structure. This allows the asymmetrical configuration to recover about 10sqm of area to benefit the interior.

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The SX76 is a new-born of the ‘SX’ line, which incorporates the family feeling of the SX line while keeping all the style features of the SX88, but in a smaller version. These include large open spaces and big windows, an air-conditioned flybridge that can be enclosed, and a swimming platform at the stern which can be turned into a garage or a beach club.

These two new yacht will also be present at the Salone Nautico di Genova, where the company will exhibit the SL78, SL86, SL118, SD112, SD126 and SX88.

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At the Monaco Yacht Show, the Italian shipyard will showcase the 47m 500Exp, an evolution of the 460Exp. Developed in close contact with the owner, the new 500Exp makes it possible to have a longer stern area, thus meeting the client’s request to provide a ‘touch ad go’ landing area for helicopters, without losing the configuration of an Explorer.