To be built in steel and aluminium and designed by Zuccon International Project, delivery is due in Spring 2025 . The owner's cabin will have a dedicated deck above the bridge deck while the main deck will be the area reserved for guests with lounge areas and five spacious cabins. One of the model's major features will be an extensive wellness area to ensure relaxation for all guests on board.
Antonio Santella, New Product Development Director of Sanlorenzo’s Superyacht Division comments: “The 72 Steel is aiming to become one of the new protagonists of the Sanlorenzo range, thanks also to the hybrid diesel-electric engine system, which confirms again the Company's increasing attention to the future, constantly studying concrete solutions to reduce the impact of its yachts on the marine ecosystem."
"The hybrid diesel-electric engine system represents a combination of innovative solutions which make it possible to significantly reduce emissions into the atmosphere and the sea, ensure high levels of comfort and rationalise the spaces dedicated to the engine area in favour of the internal volume available for owners and guests, thus presenting itself as a new paradigm for superyachts of this size,” she commented.
Alex Busher of Edmiston & Company adds: “We are very proud to be involved in such a cutting-edge project, which will become the largest Sanlorenzo to date."
"The client's vision of building their dream yacht by incorporating the best available green technology aligns perfectly with Sanlorenzo’s approach. This is a milestone for all parties involved and we look forward to an ongoing successful collaboration with Sanlorenzo.”