Sanlorenzo Spain has recently announced the sale of a new build Sanlorenzo SL78 unit to a Northern European client.
The 24.6-metre SL78-682 is the 13th hull of the Sanlorenzo SL78 model, which was first introduced to the market at the Cannes Yachting Festival 2016. The Sanlorenzo SL78-682 is also the 10th new-build Sanlorenzo superyacht sold by Sanlorenzo Spain.
Hull 682 is currently in construction in Sanlorenzo’s Ameglia facility and is scheduled for final delivery in June 2018, after which she will cruise to her home berth in Puerto Portals, Mallorca, Spain for the first time. This new build unit was sold to a very experienced yacht owner who is new to the Sanlorenzo brand.
Sanlorenzo has designed the SL78 to follow its 'innovation into tradition' philosophy which acts to maintain the classic Sanlorenzo styling in order to make the yachts easily identifiable. Although these are 'production style' superyachts, each SL78 unit is customisable and can be tailored specifically to fit each owner's requirements.
The SL78-682's specification has been tailored to meet the requests of her new, Northern European owner, who plans to cruise extensively in the Mediterranean during the next few seasons.
On board, there is accommodation for eight guests divided into four cabins. Her generous owner's stateroom can be found amidships on her lower deck, also with two twin berth cabins and a VIP stateroom located on the same deck. A crew of three is also accommodated for on board.
The flybridge boasts spacious and uninterrupted relaxation spaces since the onboard tender is stored in an innovative aft garage system. In addition, a jet tender of up to 3.95m can also be deployed using a hydraulic launching system.
The yacht's interior maximises natural light on board. Her main deck living area benefits from optimised bulwarks, allowing sunlight to cascade through large windows and contributing to unhindered panoramas of the surrounding coastline.
This particular Sanlorenzo new build unit will be powered by the more powerful twin 1622 HP MTU 10V 2000 M96L engines which can achieve a maximum speed of 29 knots.