A new Sanlorenzo SL106 Asymmetric motor yacht has been sold by Steve Outlaw and Simon Graham at HMY Yacht Sales.
Named Montaña, the 32.28 metre Sanlorenzo is one of the shipyard's Asymmetric series which sacrifices a walkaround main deck for increased interior volume. Her profile was designed by Zuccon International Project and her bright interior is the work of American designer Marty Lowe featuring pale woods and pastels throughout.
Montaña offers 195 GT of interior volume with accommodation for 10 guests across five cabins. The main saloon has a lounge with a large television screen integrated into the forward bulkhead with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors on the starboard side that lead out to a fold-down sea terrace. One of her finer features is a floating glass staircase that leads up the flybridge.
Guests can use her starboard side deck to access the yacht's foredeck sun lounge with a large sofa and sun pads. Unusually, the space connects to the flybridge via steps on the port side where guests can lounge and dine beneath the shade of the hard top.
Power comes from MTU 2,434 horsepower engines, delivering a cruising speed of 26 knots and a top speed of 28 knots.
Montaña was asking $13,345,000.