At 38 metres LOA, the Sanlorenzo SD126 is the flagship of its semi-displacement hull SD fleet. Constructed in composite, the four-deck motor yacht shares family resemblance with its sisters but stands out with a few noteworthy updates. Take, for instance, the main saloon terrace that opens up the interior to the sea below, while the 12-seater dining saloon can fully open to the aft deck, merging the outside and inside spaces.
There is also a new bow seating lounge, a larger flybridge, huge windows and a bigger swim platform. It seems everything on board the SD126 is about better connecting the owner and his guests with the sea and the world outside the yacht.
The SD126 accommodates 10 guests in a generous five-stateroom layout with a main-deck master, mirror VIP cabins and two twin staterooms. There is crew accommodation for six on the lower deck, plus a berth from the captain on the upper deck, so guests are well looked after with a ratio of six crew to 10 guests.
The interior can be customised to meet the owner’s exacting brief, whether they desire fine marbles, stainless steel, stitched leathers or any eye-catching details.