Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo has launched hull No. 20 of its SD92 superyacht line, named Minu.
This is the first model that has been produced in the company’s new Viareggio Shipyard, a new facility developed since Chairman Mr. Massimo Perotti after taking control of the company in 2005.
The 28m superyacht is characterised by its elegant and refined lines, as the exterior has been designed to replicate the transatlantic liners of the 1930s. Minu is powered by twin MTU V10 2000M engines and fitted with zero-speed stablisers.
The interior was designed according to the owner’s taste and requirements, and high-quality materials have been used throughout, such as the natural oak wood and Calacatta white marble flooring. The furnishings provide a showcase of Italian design, as products were sourced from Italian firms including Paola Lenti, Knol, Minotti, Driade and Maxalato. Up to eight guests are accommodated in the yacht’s four guest staterooms.