First 29m Sanlorenzo SL96 Asymmetric sold in Asia

Written by Louis Parkes-Talbot

The latest SL96 Asymmetric yacht has been sold, this time into Hong Kong. Simpson Marine was in charge of the sale of the yacht whose model made its debut earlier this year at boot Düsseldorf.SanLorenzo SL96 Asymmetric exteriorPhoto: SanLorenzoThe SL96 Asymmetric can host eight guests across her four staterooms who are taken care of by a crew of four. SanLorenzo SL96 Asymmetric interior designSanLorenzo SL96 Asymmetric interior designDesigned by Sanlorenzo with exteriors by Francesco Paszkowski, this 29.1-metre model is indicative of Sanlorenzo’s willingness to innovate in order to make better use of space on board their yachts. The yacht's asymmetry is balanced from port to starboard and disguised by clever use of light and shadow.SanLorenzo SL96 Asymmetric exteriorPhoto: SanLorenzoThe saloon of the SL96 Asymmetric is highlighted by a bulwark that opens to form a terrace and the dining area has a wall that can be lowered electronically to increase panoramic views. She is designed for maximum comfort with a sunbathing area on her raised pilothouse which lies above her covered wheelhouse.SanLorenzo SL96 Asymmetric interior designBringing asymmetry into the yacht by eliminating the port side-deck, Sanlorenzo gained 10 square metres of space for the interior of their SL96 Asymmetric yacht model. “We feel very proud to see that the Asymmetric concept has been so well received in Asia, with more projects to be finalised in the near future,” says Nick Stratton, Sanlorenzo Asia Sales Manager. SanLorenzo SL96 Asymmetric exteriorPhoto: SanLorenzo“Scheduled for summer delivery in 2021, together with the SL102A, this newly sold SL96A will be a beautiful addition to the fast expanding Sanlorenzo fleet in Hong Kong and a great testimony of the shipyard’s ingenious ideas, bespoke execution and owner-centric design approach.”
SanLorenzo SL96 Asymmetric exteriorPhoto: SanLorenzoSanlorenzo has had a successful 2020 in Asia so far, with eight yachts commissioned in the first eight months of the year, according to the shipyard.

The Sanlorenzo SL96 Asymmetric model is powered by twin MTU engines with a top speed of 28 knots and a cruising speed of 24 knots.

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