With 86 projects in 2020, once again Sanlorenzo tops the worldwide ranks of the leading manufacturer of yachts over 24 meters in lenght.
Once again this year, Sanlorenzo tops the annual rankings of the Global Order Book, reported by the magazine Boat International, confirming its position as the world’s leading single-brand shipyard in the production of yachts and superyachts over 24 meters in length.
With 86 projects in 2020, equivalent to total length of 3089 meters, Sanlorenzo is once again at the top of the yachting sector, both in terms of number of boats and in terms of total length, also recording an average length of units produced constantly growing over the last 15 years.
The excellent results have been achieved both through to the growth of the Yacht division and the success of the new SX crossover line and thanks to the Superyacht division with 23 models under construction in 2020 in the La Spezia shipyard.
Among the new models, the 44Alloy fast-displacement superyachts with a length of 44.5 meters, entirely in aluminium with an unprecedented layout for maximum indoor-outdoor eurythmics, and the 62Steel, which with its overall length of 61.5 meters, maximum width of 11.9, gross tonnage of 1200 and five decks offers surprising solutions capable of ensuring exceptional on-board comfort and livability.
While the numbers confirm the company’s solidity and resilience, in step with constant innovation in terms of engineering and styling, they also bear out the unrivaled leadership of Sanlorenzo in the sector, based on its peerless ability to foresee the demands of the market, adapting to new limits and setting new standards in the world of yachting, with every project.
Since 1992, the Global Order Book reports trends on the international market for boats over 24 meters in length. The ranking based on effective orders is published each year by the yachting magazine Boat International.
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