Replacing the innovative Sanlorenzo 40Alloy model, the Sanlorenzo Alloy is a luxury 44,5m (144ft) long and 9m wide fast displacement superyacht able to reach top speeds of 23 knots and built in aluminum at the Sanlorenzo Superyacht division in La Spezia. Hull no 1 has been launched in May 2020 with a total of six units sold to date, way before the official presentation to the market announced for the coming Cannes Yachting Festival 2020.
The yacht’s exterior and interior designs have been entrusted to Zuccon International Project, a Sanlorenzo partner with the new SX crossover line and relaunched SD line. The yacht is characterised by clean, sporty lines with distinctive cutouts in the bulwarks to provide unlimited sea views from the main deck and a sky lounge on the upper deck. The aft side of the hull will open to a lateral tender garage featuring a 7m tender.
An interesting feature is a mezzanine loft set-up in the master cabin which spans over three levels and covers an extensive area of 147 sqm, a solution that has never been introduced in a yacht of this size, according to Antonio Santella, Vice-president of Sales and Marketing at Sanlorenzo’s Superyacht Division.
As usual with Sanlorenzo’s bespoke and tailor made customer approach, the yacht offers an extensive number of possible layouts and configurations and the shipyard is ready to materialise any possible owners’ requests.
The two first Alloy yachts to Asia were sold by Simpson Marine have been delivered to their owners in 2021 and are currently cruising around Asia.