“in wood until 1985 when they began building with fiberglass. In 1999, the company added an environmentally friendly shipyard on the Migra River in Ameglia (La Spezia) that today concentrates on 62- to 118-foot fiberglass megayachts. In 2005, Sanlorenzo built a new production facility in Viareggio that builds Navettas with semi-displacement hulls (SD range) from 92 to 122 feet and superyachts in metal (aluminum and steel) from 125 feet to over 164 feet. Two years later, Viareggio launched its first models—the SD 92, first semi-displacement in fiberglass, and the 40 Alloy, their first aluminum motoryacht. Sanlorenzo’s new 30-meter (98-foot) hull, the SL104, launched in 2009, and in 2010, the 46 Steel launched, their first displacement yacht in steel and alloy. Sanlorenzo’s specialist Massa shipyard currently builds this flagship.
Each Sanlorenzo is customized, crafted with skilled labor with rooted traditions, utilizing handmade finishing and precious materials, the smart and balanced designs have a unique Italian touch. They boast state-of-the-art safety, comfort, and performance using the latest innovations. Sanlorenzo currently produces 14 models from 62 feet to a capacity over 164 feet.
The SL 82 offers customization in the number of cabins (three or four), dining area or lounge area on the aft deck, and optional hydraulic swim platform to free up more flybridge space. The latest addition to the Sanlorenzo SL line, the SL94 features a generous flybridge lounge perfect for socializing at sea. The SL 88 is the largest planing yacht in the SL Range.
In the Navetta (“little ship”) range, the SD92 contains systems and details typically found in yachts larger than 150 feet, including a massive garage, true ship systems, and a 2,000 nautical mile range at 11 knots. The SD122 is the largest Sanlorenzo fiberglass semi-displacement yacht, offering total flexibility with a stable, reliable platform. The 46 Steel at 151 feet boasts understated elegance with a folding transom Beach Club at water level for outdoor entertaining, multiple terraces, and a 4,000 nautical mile range cruising at 12 knots in a quiet, vibration-free ride.”