Sanlorenzo has revealed first-look photos of its most recent SX76 series model named Gandalf. BOAT takes a look inside the 23.8 metre model and its "pop art" inspired interior.
The centre piece of the full 6.6 metre beam main saloon is the contemporary mural by artist Tvboy. The result, according to Centrostiledesign, is a design influenced by pop art, which "represents the ultimate expression of the owner's personality."
Key features of the main deck saloon include a yellow white Privè sofa designed by Philippe Starck and the "Gender armchair" by Patricia Urquiola, which features blue and yellow fabric with brown leather.
A second Tvboy mural appears in the master cabin, which combines "graphic design, iconic objects and bright colours", according to the design firm led by Davide Cipriani.
The rest of the accommodation for an additional six guests sits on the lower deck.
The SX76 comes with a number of layout options, allowing owners to shift around accommodation and living areas. Gandalf's dining_ _area is split with the separated galley on the left.
A closer look at the galley on board the SX76 Sanlorenzo yacht Gandalf.
The reverse raked windscreens on the flybridge and main deck create forceful, forward leaning superstructures.
A lounging area, complete with multiple sunpads, sits at the bow.