“The Great Escape” is the sixth hull in the acclaimed Sanlorenzo 102’ Asymmetric series, delivered in June 2020. Offered for sale on behalf of her original and most experienced owner boasting a high-end specification with in excess of Euros 1.6 million spent on optional extras over and above the standard build specification. This yacht presents in immaculate condition and has enormous appeal.
The second Sanlorenzo project ordered for this client and built under the close supervision of Camper & Nicholsons’ together with the owner’s experienced captain and independent surveyor.
“The Great Escape” has only been lightly used privately with approx. 600hours on her main engines. She features an interior design and exterior setup by H2 Yacht Design developed by director Gianluca Sist, in close collaboration with the Sanlorenzo team.
Boarding the yacht on the main deck aft, welcomed by an alfresco dining area which easily converts into a large day bed lounging pad. The entire aft deck is shaded by the overhang of the sun deck above and can be sheltered from the elements on the stern and sides with privacy mesh screens. Moving forward into the main deck salon through the automatic sliding glass doors, there is day bar and buffet to starboard, the interior dining area to port facing the floor-to-ceiling windows and a large seating area to starboard facing the 80” TV/ cinema screen. Also to starboard are a set of opening glass doors that lead onto the side deck and to the fold down balcony / terrace with loose furniture.
The interior décor with its mix of coral tones on off white and grey fabrics and white lacquered furniture, coupled with brown leathers and bronze details in contrast with the stained oak parquet flooring and white oak ceiling provides a chic fresh Mediterranean atmosphere which is found throughout the yacht’s interior and exterior.
“The Great Escape” master cabin is located on the main deck forward, a dedicated walk-in closet to starboard opposite the bathroom which benefits from underfloor heating, a steam room in the marble shower, and a separate water closet. In the full width cabin there is a large opening window to port above the vanity/ work desk, a king size bed amidship and a door to starboard giving direct access on to the owner’s private foredeck terrace which boasts a U shape seating/ dining area along with a large sun pad over the bow. The entire fore deck area can be sheltered from the sun by awnings which are supported on stainless steel poles.
Stairs down to the four very well appointed and generous guest cabins are located in the foyer forward of the main saloon which also has a guest powder room. There are two VIP’s aft each with ample wardrobe/ storage space, a vanity desk, and luxurious en-suite bathrooms with separate water closets. The starboard forward cabin has been appointed to accommodate up to four bunk beds also referred to as the children’s cabin. The port forward cabin is convertible from a twin (with extra pullman) into a further VIP (sliding bed system). These two forward cabin’s bathrooms have been installed with a toilet and a bidet. All guest bathrooms have underfloor heating.
The owners and all guest cabins along with the main salon are equipped with independent home cinema/ linked to the entertainment system (Sat TV, internet, Apple TV etc). The domotics throughout the boat (TV, music, lighting, curtains, blinds etc.) are all touch controlled from individual Ipads found in each zone.
The galley is on main deck to starboard and is fully equipped with top of the range appliances, there is a dedicated crew access to the deck, a staircase down to the crew quarters which accommodates up to five in three cabins all with their own bathrooms. The crew mess with U shape seating has storage, a fridge, TV and the professional laundry machines..
The sun deck is home to an expansive custom-made teak cushioned sun pad, a sofa with loose chairs arrangement and a large round dining table comfortably seating 10 people all sheltered by a hard top which has the opening blade system. There is a large buffet to port with fridge, ice maker and a sink. Forward of the sundeck to starboard there is the helm station with mirrored seating to port. There are opening doors on both sides of the sun deck giving direct access and walk through to yet another large sunbathing area forward of the wheelhouse and walkway down to the foredeck on the port side.
“The Great Escape” carries a 520 Williams Sportjet tender on the aft bathing platform, and a three-seater Seadoo GTX 200 Jetski in the aft garage which is also home to the numerous water sports equipment and toys.
Powered by twin MTU 16V2000 M96 engines of 2423HP each, “The Great Escape” reaches top speeds in the region of 27 knots.
She is also equipped with at-anchor and under way stabilisers and bow and stern thrusters.
- Name:THE GREAT ESCAPE
- Yacht Type:Motor Yacht
- Series, Model, Class:SL102
- Length Overall:39.08 metres
- Beam:7.1 metres
- Max Draught:1.9 metres
- Gross Tonnage:180
- Displacement Tonnage:105
- Year of Build:2020
- Hull Number:722
- Hull Type:Deep V / Planing
- Number of Decks:2
Performance & Capacities
- Max Speed:28 kn
- Cruising Speed:25 kn
- Engine Make:MTU
- Passenger Rooms:5