Delivering an “intelligent” design, where style, flexibility and functional quality come together in a shared language, Sanlorenzo’s SX crossover line is a first in the world of yachting. Originally launched in 2017 the SX line is a perfect blend between the classic flybridge motor yacht and explorer type yachts. At 34 metres long the new Sanlorenzo SX112 is now the flagship of this highly successful and innovative SX line.
The Sanlorenzo SX112 represents the consolidation of a visionary path that began with the SX88, first, and then the SX76. This latest, largest, model delivers a new way of living on the sea: the barriers onboard are eliminated, and the boat opens to the outside, in a close relationship with the marine world.
The external lines of the SX112 are the work of Bernardo Zuccon, of Studio Zuccon International Project, who concentrated on reinforcing the “family feeling” of the range, bringing out certain linguistic choices such as the balance of the volumes and the fluid forms. Piero Lissoni, art director of Sanlorenzo since 2018, was responsible for the interiors of the first unit, with a focus on the subdivision of the internal spaces, in constant dialogue with their outdoor counterparts.
In line with the concept developed for the other SX models, the main deck has been organized as an open space, to maximize the guest relationship with outdoor areas. The focal point of the project is the new stern zone, which undoubtedly represents the most iconic area of the yacht. This space was based around an idea from the architect Luca Santella, creator of the concept of the innovative SX crossover line. In a refinement and evolution of the design of the SX88, the new model’s extra features include a spacious beach area of about 90 sqm, expandable thanks to folding terraces. It includes an internal zone with a fitness area directly connected to the outside by means of large sliding glass doors that permit the owners to utilize the spaces in an unprecedented way, maximising the indoor-outdoor relationship.
27th July 2021
27th July 2021
26th July 2021