Sanlorenzo remains stable at the top of the annual Global Order Book, the ranking compiled and published by Boat International – the magazine of reference in the nautical world – which certifies the trend of the international market for yachts over 24 metres in length.
With 117 projects in 2021 corresponding to a total length of 4,159 metres, more than 31 projects and 1,000m more than in 2020, Sanlorenzo once again confirms itself as the first monobrand shipyard in the world in its sector, consolidating a constant growth trend over the years.
In line with the trend highlighted by the “Running Hot” Global Order Book analysis, which underlines a strong increase in the manufacturers’ order book for the years 2022 and 2023, the company – listed on Euronext STAR since 2019 – is supported by a record backlog that covers a significant part of the revenues expected in the next two years.
The prestigious result of the Global Order Book 2022 comes at the end of a year of great successes for Sanlorenzo: among the most recent, we would like to highlight the contract signed by the Superyacht Division for a 72Steel, the largest superyacht ever built by the shipyard, destined to become the new flagship of the fleet, while in September Sanlorenzo announced an exclusive strategic partnership with Siemens Energy for the construction of a fuel cell system for the generation of electricity in a 50-metre superyacht, scheduled for delivery in 2024. It will be the world’s first installation of a fuel cell system in a superyacht.
Sustainability and innovation are essential values for Sanlorenzo and are present in the development of each new project. Propulsion systems with a reduced environmental impact are flanked by a design that is increasingly projected towards the future with the revolutionary concept of asymmetry, featured on the SL90A, SL96A and SL120A models, demonstrating the company’s strength and determination to achieve increasingly ambitious goals.
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