A new-build semi-displacement Sanlorenzo SD126 motor yacht has been sold by the yard’s Asian distributor Simpson Marine in a direct deal.
Due for delivery before the end of 2018, the new yacht measures 37.95 metres LOA and will be built from a GRP hull and superstructure to a design by Francesco Paszkowksi. Accommodation is for ten guests in five staterooms, while the crew quarters allows for a staff of seven people.
As with every yacht in the Sanlorenzo SD126 series, she will be heavily customised to suit her owner’s exact tastes. Although interior details are yet to be confirmed, Sanlorenzo offers a range of fine marbles, stainless steel and stitched leather.
Al fresco relaxation options are plentiful, with spacious entertainment and dining areas on both the upper deck and the bridge deck. Meanwhile, the all-important superyacht sundeck will be fitted with a bar, sunloungers and a Jacuzzi.
The engine installation of the latest Sanlorenzo SD126 has yet to be revealed, but Simpson Marine estimates that she will deliver a maximum range of 3,000 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 12 knots.
Mike Simpson, founder and managing director of Simpson Marine, added: “The Asian market for superyachts is still relatively small but Sanlorenzo’s core values of timeless class, made to measure customisation, and high quality of craftsmanship and engineering are much appreciated among discerning buyers.”
The asking price of the 2018 Sanlorenzo SD126 yacht has been withheld.